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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:
Spiders vs Insects – Science Investigator Mini-Unit has been designed to teach 2nd & 3rd grade students about the differences between these creepy crawlies!
This resource includes 2 levels of informational text (for differentiation) – reading comprehension questions for both, a couple drawing and labeling activities, a Venn diagram (compare and contrast), a crossword puzzle, a cooperative group (or partnership) activity and a short opinion essay question. Answer Keys are provided.
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