The Ice Birds Part 1
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by Diane Dykes
| 4 Questions
Directions: Use the “The Ice Birds” section (pp. 8-21) from the Investigate Survival set to answer the questions below.

Before Reading: Preview pp. 8-13. Look at the headings, pictures, captions, bold words and other text features.
Directions: Use the “The Ice Birds” section (pp. 8-21) from the Investigate Survival set to answer the questions below.

Before Reading: Preview pp. 8-13. Look at the headings, pictures, captions, bold words and other text features.
1
1 pt
The title of this book is Harsh Homes. The heading is “The Ice Birds.” It tells the reader the passage is probably about —

how some birds adapt to living in a rainforest.
how penguins adapt to living in cold places.
how penguins take care of their babies.
2
1 pt
Read the caption on the bottom of page 12. What fact do you learn about Antarctica?
Temperatures in Antartica can drop to -89°F or lower in the winter.
The wind is strong in Antarctica.
Penguins are good at living in a cold habitat.
3
1 pt
What do you predict you will learn from reading "The Ice Birds"? I predict I will learn...

4
1 pt
The “More Than a Cute Suit” section is mostly about —

how penguin bodies are made for swimming.
how penguins hunt fish in the sea.
the training of guide dogs.
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