Eels may look like a snake but they are actually fish. There are over 400 different species of eel, including an electric eel, and they are known to travel as far as 4,000 miles to breed.. This 14-page bundle that helps to engage students and build understanding on the topic.
Fun activities like fill-in-the-blanks and Which countries eat Eels are perfect for students to explore at a deeper level and for you to assess their understanding.
An Eel’s lifecycle activity can be used to focus student learning and to work in groups or as a class to fully understand the life of Eeel’s.
The electricity exercise allows children to combine their knowledge of electricity with the study of Eel’s. Students can use the internet to research the voltage of these common power supplies and apply this to what they have learnt about Eels. Is the eel more or less powerful than each of them?
This is fantastic study plan that can be used in line with Common Core standards and is perfect to make cross-curricular connections between biology (science) and reading.
Included in this plan
1: Eels Study Guide
2: Fill in the Blanks
3: Fill in the Blanks Answers
6: An Eel’s Life-Cycle
7: Which Countries Eat Eels?
8: Anagram Answers
Use With Any Curriculum
These worksheets have been specifically designed for use with any international curriculum. You can use these worksheets as-is, or edit them using Google Slides to make them more specific to your own student ability levels and curriculum standards.