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.
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Studying the state of Delaware? Perhaps doing a unit on Ornithology? This project-based unit is designed to help students study and record information about Delaware’s state bird – the Blue Hen Chicken! To learn more, see details below or you can preview a similar product here.
High School Biology Notebook resource!
Students will learn all about the cell membrane. Terms include: passive transport, active transport, diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, molecular active transport, bulk transport, primary active transport, secondary active transport, exocytosis, endocytosis, phagocytosis, pinocytosis, receptor mediated endocytosis
Studying the state of New York? Perhaps doing a unit on Ornithology? Check out this Notebooking set designed around the New York State Bird!
What type of pages are contained in this set:
– A map page (for the state)
– Scientific classification page
– A page for students to give details about the bird’s physical description, habitat, diet, life span and reproduction
– A page where students will do additional map work to show where in the U.S. the bird lives in addition to migration information
– Coloring page
– Several pages on which students can use for expository and/or creative writing as well as sections in which students may draw.
14 pages in all and is designed for different levels / abilities.
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.