Pages 4-11: Interactive book: “My Bugs In The Garden”. Use this book for teaching concepts, longer utterances/grammatically correct sentences and vocabulary.
Page 12: Prepositions mat.
Pages 13-17: A larger swatter, bug jar and green grass (Print one copy for an individual session or 2+ for groups). You can velcro page 14 (grass) to your page 15 (green sheet) to create your fake 3D grass or just print page 16 and laminate it. (e.g. hide/put the bugs in the grass).
You can also use a Boon-Grass-Bottle Drying Rack from
Amazon for this activity. Amazon URL: https://www.amazon.com
Pages 18-20: Small, medium and large bugs. Laminate, cut and use with the fly swatter, bug jar, and/or grass to teach receptive and expressive language concepts (small-big, superlative-comparative adjectives, spatial concepts, verbs, following directions, etc.)
Page 21: Dot-a-Bug: Use dot markers to look for bugs.
Pages 22-28: Bugs flash cards. Use these cards for receptive
identification, expressive labeling, and games such as “Go Fish”.
You can also use these cards to: put the bugs in the grass, respond to
yes/no questions, etc.
Page 29: Yes/No mat for responding to yes/no questions (e.g. “Is this a
Pages 30-37: “My Bugs” Interactive Vocabulary book.