Tuesday, May 7

insects

I can't even believe it is May! Summer is just around the corner. We wrapped up our insect study a few weeks ago. Check out what we've been learning about.
 
 
We illustrated and labeled the butterfly life cycle in our science journals.
 
We read The Very Hungry Caterpillar and retold the story using the story props and retelling rope.
 
They got their own story props to use to retell and sequence the story. As requested the story props colored and black and white have been included in my insect unit available very soon on TPT.
 

We learned that insects have compound eyes. These activities are from Julie Lee and Deanna Jump.

 
 We illustrated our big science word in our science journals.
 
 
Here are some of the anchor charts we made after learning about each insect.



 
 
Check back soon for this unit!

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6 comments:

Julie Marciniak said...

Jessica,
Your unit on Bugs and Insects looks awesome!
I want to squeeze something like this in before school ends, and after seeing your fab anchor charts, I am inspired to make the time! I am loving ALL of them!! Thanks so much for sharing!
Julie

Jennifer White said...

Your charts are adorbs!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue Skies

Sarah Paul said...

I love your anchor charts! Everything looks amazing. :)
Sarah
Sarah's First Grade Snippets

Cathy said...

I love your anchor charts. I'm jealous. We don't get to teach an insect unit...just the life cycle of a butterfly. UGH! Keep posting and I'll live through you!

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