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Bats are not birds Oral Fluency *Read the words as fast as you can *Chunk words together to read faster *Remember what you are reading
Bats are not birds What has wings
Bats are not birds and can fly?
Bats are not birds If you said a bird,
Bats are not birds you are correct,
Bats are not birds but another correct
Bats are not birds answer is a bat.
Bats are not birds Bats and birds
Bats are not birds are both animals that
Bats are not birds have wings and can fly.
Bats are not birds While they have some
Bats are not birds things in common,
Bats are not birds they are also different
Bats are not birds in many ways.
Bats are not birds Birds have feathers and
Bats are not birds lay eggs in a nest.
Bats are not birds The baby birds hatch
Bats are not birds from the eggs.
Bats are not birds Bats do not have feathers and do not lay eggs.
Bats are not birds They are mammals.
Bats are not birds Like other mammals, bats have fur on their bodies.
Bats are not birds The baby bats drink milk from their mothers.
Bats are not birds They do not live in a nest, but in caves and trees.
Bats are not birds If you were to look at the bones of a bat and a bird, you would notice differences.
Bats are not birds A bat’s bones look like bones in your own arm and hand.
Bats are not birds The bones look like long fingers. Instead of feathers, a thin skin covers the bones.
Bats are not birds A bird’s bones are shorter. They are covered and supported by feathers.
Bats are not birds You can see another difference between bats and birds when you look at their mouths.
Bats are not birds Most bats have teeth to chew insects of fruit. Birds have bills There bills have different shapes depending on what they eat.
Bats are not birds A final difference is when you see the animal flying. Do you see something flying at night?
Bats are not birds It may be a bat. They fly at night using echoes instead of sight. Birds usually fly during the day
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