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What a science experiment this would be!

Very Cool! This could be a fun science fair project someday :) Ants stomachs are transparent. a woman noticed it when ants drank/ate spilled milk one day so she gave them some colorful candy and then photographed them! Wierd and cool.

Insect Compositions

Explore Insect Compositions with tangible materials, reference books and Reggio-inspired setting. (via Imagine Learning Center)

Creepy Crawly Towers My other dream house

How to make a mini wildlife stack for your garden

Practice matching uppercase and lowercase letters with this Ladybug Alphabet Match Activity. Free printable included. iheartcraftythings.com

Ladybug Alphabet Match Activity (with free printable

Egg Carton Ladybug Craft for Kids: Easy ladybug art project for preschool and kindergarten. Makes a great addition to a unit on insects or bugs or an extension activity to The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle! Fun activity for spring, summer, or Earth Day! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Egg Carton Ladybug Craft for Kids

Egg Carton Ladybug Craft for Kids: Easy ladybug art project for preschool and kindergarten. Makes a great addition to a unit on insects or bugs or an extension activity to The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric (Bottle Garden)

Ladybug Roll and Cover Math Game. Teaches preschoolers counting and addition.

Ladybug Roll and Cover Math Game

Snail Craft

Snail craft for kids with crayon and then watercolor resist on a paper plate shell.

Jack and the Bean Stalk

I love this for a Science/Language Arts connection. Jack and The Beanstalk. soak the beans overnight so they swell and sprout more quickly. Plant in soil, insert wooden skewer with castle and clouds (cotton balls) attached at top!

It's all about stories!: Understanding the world | a growing story

In April, we sent for a pack of seed potatoes to grow with the children. We had visions of enough potatoes appearing in the soil to have ou.

Digging for Spaghetti Worms Sensory Play - Kids will have so much fun catching all the slippery and slimy spaghetti worms with tweezers and putting them into a jar. OR JUST LET THEM DIG IN REAL DIRT FOR REAL WORMS.