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Weird, Wacky and Wild
Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine, February 2009

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Suggested Topics: adapting to an environment, habitats, diversity, human impacts, understanding, tolerance and communication.

Related 4th Grade TEKS: Language Arts: 4.13 A,B,C,E,G: Reading, Inquiry, Research : Inquires and Conducts Research Using a Variety of Sources 4.1 A,B,C: Listening, Speaking, Purposes : Listens Actively and Purposefully in a Variety of Settings 4.15 A,C: Writing, Purposes : Writes for Variety of Audiences and Purposes in Various Forms 4.18 A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H: Writing, Grammar, Usage : Applies Grammar and Usage to Communicate Clearly and Effectively in Writing 4.1 A,B,C: Listening, Speaking, Purposes : Listens Actively and Purposefully in a Variety of Settings 4.21 A,B,C,D: Writing, Inquiry, Research : Uses Writing as a Tool for Learning and Research 4.5 A,B,D,F: Listening, Speaking, Audiences : Speaks Clearly and Appropriately to Different Audiences for Different Purposes and Occasions 4.9 B,C,E: Reading, Vocabulary Development : Aquires Extensive Vocabulary through Reading and Systematic Word Study Science: 4.1 A,B: Scientific Processes : Conducts Field and Laboratory Investigations 4.2 A,B,C,D: Scientific Processes : Develops Abilities to do Scientific Inquiry in Field and Laboratory

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