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Science & Nature
Bugging Out- Invent An Insect Workshop
We investigate animals with three body parts,six legs and some wings. Next learners design and construct an insect and present their insect to the class. Learner will state what habitat they were given and why their insect adapted.
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Young naturalists will have bug jokes,stories and facts to share in the opening of this quick session (3-7 mins) Learners will familiarize themselves with the choices of habitat and adaptation for the challenge(5-7 mins). Students will create a unique bug (20-mins) .There are thousands of species of insects in our world, and each are adapted to survive in their habitat. In this activity, students will learn what an insect is and what some of their adaptations are. Then they will put their...
Learners will recognize what makes an insect an insect by identifying the common structures and characteristics of insects. Learners will explore examples of insect adaptations and infer how they fit the insect’s habitat or lifestyle. Learner will appreciate the diversity of insects. Crosscutting Concepts: Structure and Function: The shape and stability of structures of natural and designed objects are related to their function(s). (K-2) Cause and Effect: Cause and effect relationships are regularly used to explain change. (Grade 3) Related Performance Expectations: Learner develops simple sketch, or model to illustrate how shape can function as needed to solve a given problem. Learner constructs an argument supporting that structure can function to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction. Learner will compare and evaluate multiple possible solutions to a problem facing criteria and constraints.
Reflect and try to answer the essential question: “How can there be so many similarities among living things, yet so many different species of plants and animals?”
Basic craft and recycled household items to make bug with three body parts and six legs. cardboard straws scissors tape, glue, glue stick skewers or dowels, twist ties, cotton balls fabric scraps colored paper scraps rubber bands
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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30 total reviews
56 completed classes
Hello Everyone, I look forward to meeting you and your student in class. I live and work in the Sacramento Valley Region of California. I’m in the heart of Gold Country. You will see that frogs, bugs,birds,fish and all manner of mammals figure...