Insects - are, can, and have chart. I have seen several of these type of anchor charts and wonder what do you call them?

This anchor chart would be a great way to integrate science into reading. This chart would be an easy way for students to look at insects and see what they are, can, and have. They could then use these things to write about an insect.

Numbered legless spiders from Rachel (",)

Snakes, Worms & Bugs

Numbered Legless Spiders Adding legs to match the numbers. A couple of bright children had the opportunity to talk about how many legs the spider would need to make it up to

Let's Label, Write, and Draw About...Insects

Let's Label, Write, and Draw About...Insects

Exploring the great outdoors during the Camping Buddies theme leaves lots of time to create nature crafts! These are some great ideas on what you can build with the things you find around you. #preschool #ecoart

Make an owl mask and make bugs from items found on a nature hike. craft for Apologia Flying Creatures. bugs crafts, easy crafts, easy crafts for kids, nature crafts, crafts from nature

This simple craft will assess your students knowledge of insect body parts. The students will assemble and label the body parts of an insect in an fun craft that can be displayed in your classroom or hall bulletin board. You can change the color combos to create a variety of insects.

Insect Labeling Craftivity

This simple craft will assess your students knowledge of insect body parts.

Insects Writing Research Unit w/Literacy/Math. Freebie in the download preview!

Insects Insects Unit

Insects Writing Research Unit w/Literacy/Math. Freebie in the download preview!

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