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Want to study the life cycle of a spider? Here is a resource for you!
– 2 labeled posters (color and b/w)
– life cycle coloring page
– colorful center activity
– 2 cut-n-paste worksheets
Use as a standalone resource or combine with:
This Science resource will teach students the Life Cycle of a Butterfly and includes:
- * 2 color posters of the life cycle (1 with added details)
- * 1 b/w poster (for students to color),
- * 4 picture/information cards for each stage of the life cycle
- * 3 life cycle worksheets
This Science – Language Arts resource with have students creating their very own mini-book of the life cycle of a butterfly!
Knowledge students will learn: The book will begin with the butterfly laying an egg on a leaf and continue as a caterpillar begins to grow in the egg, hatches and begins to eat. Students will learn what the caterpillar eats and that it is a type of larva. As the book progresses, students will write about the caterpillar building a cocoon and it’s life as a pupa (and a chrysalis) before emerging as a beautiful butterfly!
On each page, students will … read the text, draw a picture and then write (copy) the written text.
Butterfly Life Cycle Unit is a 49 page cross-curricular unit offering Language Arts, Science, Math and Art activities! By the end of your study, students will know all about the life cycle of the butterfly.
What is included? Puzzles, posters, worksheets (for tracing, matching, coloring, and completing the life cycle), coloring pages, songs, life cycle mini-book (for students to complete) and even a craft project.
Help students learn the parts of a spider with this fun arachnid resource! Students will learn the following parts: eyes, fangs, cephalothorax, abdomen, spinnerets, legs.
- – Color poster
- – 2 Worksheets – One for students to write and label, the other to cut and paste.
- – 1 Science Center activity
- – Nomenclature flashcards – Labeled
- – Blank Cards for students to complete
This (Science / Literacy – Writing ) product will have students creating their very own mini-books detailing the !
Knowledge students will learn: The book will begin by identifying a ladybug as a beetle. The students will then learn that the mother ladybug lays tiny yellow eggs in clusters under a leaf and continues as the larva hatches and begins to eat. What do ladybugs eat? Students will find out! They will also learn what the ladybug pupa looks like before attaching itself to a leaf for changes to begin. Finally, an adult ladybug will emerge!
Students will:— read the text — draw a picture — write (copy) the written text