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Dig in to selective breeding with this high-interest reading passage over every student’s favorite topic…dogs! Your students will learn about the history of selective breeding, how wild corn developed into modern day maize, the domestication of wolves, and the selective breeding of the dog breeds they know and recognize today. Included comprehension questions and dog breed matching worksheet reinforce the concepts in a meaningful way.


❤️Why You’ll Love It:

  • High-interest reading that covers the most popular examples for selective breeding
  • Multiple choice comprehension questions ensure that students have read and understand the content
  • Dog breed matching worksheet reinforces the human element to selective breeding
  • Print-and-go! A great follow-up to notes, sub plans, homework, or extension


✍Students Will:

  • Read a three page reading passage over selective breeding (plant and animal)
  • Answer 6 multiple choice reading comprehension questions
  • Match 9 dog breeds to characteristics described in the passage


✅Included in this Resource:

– Three page reading passage

– One page of comprehension questions (6 questions total)

– Dog breed matching worksheet

– Answer keys


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You May:

  • Use free and purchased items for your own classroom students, or your own personal use.
  • Reference this product in blog posts, at seminars, professional development, workshops, or other such venues, ONLY if both credit is given to myself as the author, and a link back to my TpT store is included in the presentation.
  • Purchase licenses at a great discount for other teachers to use this resource.

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  • Claim this work as your own, alter the files in any way, or remove copyright / watermarks.
  • Sell the files or combine them into another unit for sale / free.
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