Arts and Crafts; Life Cycles; Insects; Spring Themes
This springtime craft project uses dried pasta pieces to help children learn the stages of a butterfly’s life.
Literacy; Compare and Contrast; Story Elements; Listening and Speaking; Literature Appreciation
Students identify and practice writing in different genres as they compare traditional fairy tales and fractured fairy tales.
Curriculum Development; Arts and Crafts; Composers and Musicians; Creative Writing; Journal Writing
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With a hands-on approach, grow your students' knowledge of plants, from plant structure to life cycle to oxygen production.
Nothing says spring like the return of butterflies! Use egg carton cups instead of paintbrushes to create these colorful critters.
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With this unit on the life cycles and fascinating characteristics of insects, kids create their own butterfly figures, engage in dramatic play, and more.
In this lesson unit on ancient Greece, students compare three myths and create their own original myth.
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