PM Ruby: How Animals Communicate (PM Guided Reading Non-fiction) Level 27
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Animals communicate with each other for many different reasons. They use their senses to share information about food, to scare away predators and even to try to attract a mate. Lots of animals use scent to communicate but many animals also use sound, light and touch. Communication is vital to the survival of many animals.
Ruby level titles give readers the variety they need to become confident and successful readers, using a range of characters, topics and text styles keep children engaged and encourage discussion.
PM Guided Reading Non-fiction books are fascinating texts that increase in word count and pages in line with progression of children’s reading age, for appropriate literacy skills development. The books represent all the standard text types and contain literal, inferential and applied knowledge questions to test comprehension and promote discussion.
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