Some birds have eyes on the front of their heads, others have eyes on the sides of their heads. This nonfiction text gives readers exposure to an abundance of facts about the diversity of birds all around.
This is 1 of 60 Spanish adapted informational texts from Fábulas y el Mundo Real–a series of stimulating Spanish nonfiction titles that connect to real-life elements of fables, which are ideal for text-type paring. These informational texts are great tools to enrich content area curriculum. Their nonfiction text features are also great ways to help students access tables of contents, glossaries, and indexes.
To learn more about this series, view our Fábulas y el Mundo Real Series Snapshot, or view an entire Fábulas y el Mundo Real informational text sample book.