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Bugs, Bugs, Bugs SET

Grades 1 to 2 - eBook - Lesson Plan

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Order #: RHPSET113 ISBN13: 978-1-77167-578-9 Grades: 1, 2 Reading Level: 1-2 Total Page: 128 Author: Natalie Regier and Vera Trembach
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Bugs, Bugs, Bugs SET combines 2 titles in one bundle:

RHPJ11 - Bugs of Summer
RHPZ29 - Arachnids

About Bugs of Summer:
Don't be afraid of the West Nile Virus... Our science and language arts unit is so good it will drive you "buggy". Major topics include: Ants, Butterflies, Bees, Ladybugs, Beetles, Dragonflies, Grasshoppers, Mosquitoes, and Spiders (even though they are not really insects, they do fall under the description "bugs"). Each lesson includes a spelling activity, a brainstorming activity, a study of new words, work in the student booklet, a writing activity, work at the learning center, playing the bugs of summer trivia game, and a parent page. Includes reproducible pages ready for student use. Every page includes four or five questions about one of the insect fact cards that the children read in class.

About Arachnids:
Spin a web that kids will love with our resource package on spiders. Arachnids objectives include: What is a Spider?, Different Kinds, Reproduction, Homes, Food, Enemies, Mythology and Misconceptions. Included: Informational Cards, Spider Task Cards, and Other Resources. Centre-based resource with task cards for independent learning are included. Objectives of this resource includes: Identify body parts and special features of a spider's body; How a spider is different from an insect; Identify several different kinds of spiders; Different homes and their locations; What spiders eat, how they eat, and how they catch their prey; among others.

This Animal Science set provides a teacher and student section with a variety of reading passages, lessons, activities, crossword and word search to create a well-rounded lesson plan.

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