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Volcanoes Informational Text Unit

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Do you need a little help teaching your middle school science class about volcanoes?

This informational text unit on volcanoes will teach your students about volcanos and have them practice reading informational text. Students will learn about The Ring of Fire, Plate Tectonic Activity, and hot spot volcanoes. 

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This resource includes four pages of informational text on volcanoes!

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My students love learning about volcanoes and this informational text unit was great for both my 4th and 5th graders. I love having them practice informational text skills.

Morgan O.

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This is a great informational text passage and activities on volcanoes. Really very interesting. Students asked lots of questions!

Alisha M.

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This resource includes four pages of informational text, comprehension questions, map work, a crossword puzzle, a “labeling the parts of a volcano” activity, CER, and answer keys for everything!

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My students loved learning about volcanoes. This was great for practicing informational text skills which are really stressed in our testing.

Aileen H.

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