These activities are great for spring AND insect science units!
Everybody knows what April showers bring, right? Nope, it’s not pilgrims… it’s June Bugs! It’s a new twist on an old saying that will have your kids reading, learning new insect facts, crafting, and laughing! Integrate language arts, science, and hands-on manipulatives for terrific learning.
Most pages should be printed in black and white. Only the nonfiction reading selection works best printed in color. Cardstock is recommended. Each student will need a metal brad and a little adult help with punching it through.
This set has seventeen pages, which include:
-directions for a teacher prop and pieces to assemble
-directions for a poem craft and pieces for students to assemble
-pocket chart copy of the poem to use as shared reading
-June bug nonfiction reading selection
-two reading response sheets
-copy of the poem with fill-in-the-blank copy for centers/journals
-bookmark in color and black & white
This resource was revised with addition of reading response sheets on 3/28/15
Thanks so much for checking it out!
All images used in this resource are original work of Kathleen and Jonathan Wright.
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