Beneficial Insects and cultivating a respect for nature in Early Childhood

Beneficial Insects and cultivating a respect for nature in Early Childhood
Beneficial Insects and cultivating a respect for nature in Early Childhood
Beneficial Insects and cultivating a respect for nature in Early Childhood
Beneficial Insects and cultivating a respect for nature in Early Childhood
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FL DOE Common Core Standard(s) LAFS.K12. R.3.7 Integrating content in diverse media content
SC.1.N The Practice of Science
LAFS.K12.SL.2 The Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas

Learning Objective(s)
Essential Question How to spot bugs that help humans and food crops and not to kill all bugs by instinct or due to misinformation that all insects are “bad” or “bite/sting.” Example, “all bees sting, therefore a bumblebee will sting you” …etc...
“Are all insects dangerous to humans?”

3-5 Children’s Books to be used in this lesson Williams, Garth Charlotte’s Web
Johnson, Jinny Simon’s and Schuster’s Guide to Insects and Spiders
Rabe, Tish Oh my! A Butterfly! Dr. Seuss
This lesson plan is a great way to start the week(s) that you plan on reading Charlotte's Web to the class on a daily basis.




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2 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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