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Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
Big idea insects
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Big idea insects

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Just for fun - all about bugs! We did a week unit about bugs and I used this during an introductory lesson

Just for fun - all about bugs! We did a week unit about bugs and I used this during an introductory lesson

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  • 1. Insects
  • 2. Insects Share with a friend
    • What you already know about insects?
    • Where do they live?
    • Can you name 1 insect?
  • 3.
    • Insect- any bug that has a head, thorax, and abdomen and 6 legs. They usually have wings
    • Thorax- the middle part of the body on an insect between the head and the abdomen. This part usually has the wings and legs.
    • Abdomen- the third part of an insect.
    Insects have 3 body parts Head thorax abdomen
  • 4. Bugs
    • A feature is part of something. All humans share features such as, eyes, nose, mouth, and ears.
    • Some features a bug could have are: antennas, wings, legs, and eyes.
  • 5. Examples of Insects ladybug dragonfly grasshopper ant mosquito butterfly beetle moth bee
  • 6. Fun “BUG” Facts
  • 7. What is the LARGEST insect?
  • 8. African Goliath Beetle
  • 9. How do insects GROW?
  • 10.
    • Insects have their skeletons on the outside, with their soft parts inside. Every time they want to become bigger, they have to break out of their skin and swell up to their new size before their new skin hardens.
    What is this called? Molting
  • 11. What do Insects eat?
  • 12.
    • They eat just about ANYTHING!!!
    • Lots of them eat plants
    • Some eat other insects
    • Some of them eat blood (mosquitoes)
    • Some eat nectar from plants
    • Cookies and crumbs (ants/cockroaches)
  • 13. Tell a Friend
    • One thing you learned about insects.
    • How many body parts?
    • Can you name the body parts?
  • 14. The World of Insects
    • TURN to page 190 in your reading book.
    • Preview the text
    • Genre: Encyclopedia Entry-gives information about many topics.
    • Read to find out how insect
    • senses are different than
    • people’s senses
  • 15. Circle Share
    • Discuss the question with the partner standing in the circle across from you
    • Remember:
    • inside person shares first and outside partner listens
    • outside person shares and inside person listens
    • discuss using quiet voices
    • when the finished sharing/listening look at your teacher
  • 16.
    • What did you learn from the text?
  • 17.
    • What connections can you make to The World of Insects ?
  • 18.
    • What do you still want to know about insects?

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