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Ch 11: Short Fiction and Nonfiction Science Stories for Kids

About This Chapter

Take a look at this self-paced help and review chapter to study short fiction and nonfiction science stories for kids. The chapter's bite-sized lessons and self-assessments can be used to improve grades, study for exams and catch up on missed class information.

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Anyone who needs help learning or mastering fiction and nonfiction science short stories will benefit from the lessons in this chapter. There is no faster or easier way to learn about fiction and nonfiction science short stories for kids. Among those who would benefit are:

  • Students who have fallen behind in understanding fiction and nonfiction science short stories
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Students Will Review:

This chapter helps students review the concepts in a fiction and nonfiction science short story unit of a standard short stories for kids course. The chapter examines short stories about the following topics:

  • Science
  • Jungles
  • Plants
  • Space
  • Animals
  • Wolves

6 Lessons in Chapter 11: Short Fiction and Nonfiction Science Stories for Kids
Science Short Stories for Kids

1. Science Short Stories for Kids

Getting kids to read stories about science is a great way to expand their content area knowledge while keeping them engaged with literacy. This lesson provides some short stories you can incorporate into science exploration and instruction.

Short Jungle Stories for Kids

2. Short Jungle Stories for Kids

So many children are interested in animals as well as ecology and faraway places. Reading about the jungle can be a wonderful way to bring these interests together while keeping kids engaged in and excited about literacy.

Short Story about Plants for Kids

3. Short Story about Plants for Kids

If you are teaching your students about plants, having good literature for them to work with can make all the difference. This lesson summarizes children's stories about plants.

Short Stories About Space for Kids

4. Short Stories About Space for Kids

Space is inconceivably huge to children, making it a topic of great interest to them. Use these books to add to your lessons on space; topics range from astronauts to the moon and even the constellations.

Short Animal Stories for Kids

5. Short Animal Stories for Kids

Animals are always a crowd-pleaser for kids. Use this collection of animal short stories to get started on which books to include in your library or unit.

Wolf Stories for Kids

6. Wolf Stories for Kids

Wolf stories are a staple for young readers. They range widely from the silly to the scary, making them popular choices for a variety of students. This resource provides a list of appropriate wolf stories for elementary students with a fun activity.

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