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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
Students love studying insects and the ‘common’ ant may not be seem so common after this unit! Ants have some unique capabilities and there are more than 10,000 known ant species around the world. This resource is an , Science project that will engage your classroom in .
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.
! This is a perfect tool to use as a study aid as it includes important facts about insects such as…. This little book will also give examples of creepy crawlies that are not insects, how some insects have 1 or 2 pair of wings, how some are helpful and some are harmful. At the very end of the book, students are asked to draw their favorite insect.
Students love entomology! What is that bug? Some may use the term MINI-BEAST. Is it an insect, a spider, a slug? “I found this bug in the woods, but what is it called?” To help answer student questions like these, here is an easy to use PICTORIAL IDENTIFICATION KEY!
on this picture guide: snail, worm, larvae (pupae), slug, beetle, earwig, aphid, weevil, harvestman, spider, woodlouse, centipede and millipede (all common creepy crawlies found in the woods)
? This K-W-L resource includes so that students (individually or in cooperative groups) can use as they study different bugs and creepy crawlies. Perhaps they want (or you want) the focus to be on insects that hop or ground dwelling insects. What if their study should focus on beetles only or butterflies and moths? Not only will you get worksheets for a variety of specified ‘types’ of insects but I’ve also included some that can be tailor designed to what you or your students choose to study!
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.
This resource, Parts of a Spider – Poster, Labeling Worksheets & Nomenclature Cards, will be perfect for your study on these arachnids! Parts of the Spider include: eyes, fangs, cephalothorax, abdomen, spinnerets, legs.
Use in a Science center, as part of your daily lesson plan or as homework.