Lessons for Ants

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  • Agriculture - … called ?honeydew? as they feed on plant sap. Ants like eating this honeydew. Ants will protect aphids as if they were tiny … for Agriculture in the Classroom ? 2001 Red Imported Fire Ants Reading #3 Ants can be found almost anywhere?sidewalks, gardens, fields, school … , and six legs. Red Imported Fire Ants are one of many kinds of ants. The ants got their name because they are: reddish … an adult if you see a lot of ant mounds or a large ant mound in a grassy area, like a park …
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  • Civil Liberties and War Powers - Korematsu v. United States (1944) - … [s] the private interest ... against the Government's asserted interest," ante, at 22 (internal quotation marks omitted), and--just as though … between using standard criminal processes and suspending the writ. See ante, at 26 (dissenting opinion). Justice Scalia relies heavily upon Ex … on the central functions of warmaking that the Government forecasts." Ante, at 27. Apparently by limiting hearings "to the alleged combatant …
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  • Buoyant Behavior - … Cathi Hepworth, an alphabetical anthology loaded with illustrations of more “ANT” words. Part 2: Science Activity: Floating Egg Students make observations … to the air trapped inside the egg. Other Science Activities (ANT Related) Ant Farms To teach students how to become “observANT” scientists … are the ants doing this? What jobs do different ants have in their colony? Ant Communication To teach students about how ants communicate using …
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  • All About Ants - … antennae (2) of an insect, in particular, an ant. Explain verbally why ants' legs and antennae are important (they are able to … , Math Materials: Book, Those Amazing Ants , clay, pipe cleaners, jar of ants, plastic insects, poster of an ant Vocabulary: Insect, feelers Instructional Procedures … outside with the students and find an ant farm. Dig up some ants and make an ant farm to observe and take into …
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  • Exploring Insects & Spiders - … bee's perspective. Give information on one species of ant. Describe an ant colony. Describe how a butterfly grows. Differentiate between a … background facts about ants from "Orkin Bug Guide: Ants" at http://www.orkin.com/ants/antsindex.html. Choose one type of ant. Take notes … draw its picture. To find out more about ant colonies, go to "Antcyclopedia: Ant Colonies" at http://www.softclin.com/antcam/AntColony … To see images of the development of ant tunnels in an ant farm, go to "Ant Archives" at http://www.softclin.com/antcam …
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  • Exploring Insects & Spiders - … information on one species of ant and construct one. - Describe an ant colony. - Make a picture of an ant farm. IBM Corporation Page 1 - Imagine he/she is an ant and describe household items to other ants. - Describe how a butterfly grows. - Differentiate between … wings, legs and antennae. * * * * Activity #5: All about ants Did you know that ants communicate by touch and smell? Or that small … ? To see images of the development of ant tunnels in an ant farm, go to "Ant Archives" at http://www.softclin.com/antcam …
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  • Ants in Your Pants - … addition (subtraction, etc.) combinations for a specific number. Extensions The ants can also be used for subtraction problems. Start out again … with. Let the students discuss their problem solving strategies. The ants can also be used for estimation problems. Give the students … . ESOL strategies used include: using manipulatives such as the books, ants, and pants; encouraging the children to think aloud while trying …
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  • Interesting Insects - … through distinct stages of egg, larva, pupa, adult (examples: butterflies, ants). Social Insects d. i. Most insects live solitary lives, but some are social (such as ants, honeybees, termites, wasps). ii. Ants: Colonies iii. Honeybees: workers, drones, queen 2. 2nd … live solitary lives, but some are social (such as ants, honeybees, termites, wasps). Ants: Colonies ii. iii. Honeybees: workers, drones, queen 3 …
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  • Wanted Dead or Alive - … may weaken the house. Another type of ant, the pavement ant, leaves mounds of sand, dead ants, and debris on sidewalks and sometimes … sawdust, wood pieces, dead ants, and ant parts. The mounds for pavement ants usually contain sand, dead ants, and ant parts. In the Midwest, these are the ants that commonly cause mounds …
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  • Get Them All - … division. Materials: One Hundred Hungry Ants Magic School Bus Gets Ants In Its Pants 100 plastic ants What Makes 10? What Makes 10 … with addition, subtraction, or multiplication. Extensions: Use One Hundred Hungry Ants as a connection between repeated addition and multiplication. It is … ants and ant behaviors (e.g., There were 235 ants in the ant farm. We added 47 new ants. How many ants are now in the ant farm?). Create a detailed closeup drawing of an ant as it would …
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