Insect and Spider Differences PowerPoint - Compare and Contrast
Kids love live animals and this unit includes photographs of real insects and spiders. Students often think spiders are insects. This PowerPoint presentation introduces children to the similarities and differences between insects and spiders. The photographs in this unit are from an award-winning photographer.
This PowerPoint presentation compares and contrasts insects and spiders. We've also included additional information and cool facts about insects and spiders. 27 pages.
From the Developer:
As teachers, we know how much children are fascinated with real animals. We used photographs of live critters rather than drawings or clipart for this comprehensive unit.
Available Comprehensive Unit:
You may also like our other related comprehensive unit which includes this same PowerPoint presentation along with additional worksheets and bulletin board/student center printables: Insect and Spider Differences (Comprehensive Unit)
Satisfies Standards for Science:
• Life cycles and adaptations of living things to their environment.
• Ask questions about organisms, objects, and events during observations and investigations.
• Living things are both similar to and different from each other and nonliving things.
• Help students develop informational literacy skills.
• Present key science content and vocabulary found on most state tests.
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