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  21.   All About Ants
#3253. All About Ants Science, level: Elementary Posted Mon Oct 11 11:32:32 PDT 2004 by Tara Ulery (taramulery@yahoo.com). University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Johnstown, USA Materials Required: Book, "Those Amazing Ants," clay, pipe cleaners, jar of ants, plastic insects, poster of an ant Activity Time: 30-40 min Concepts...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  22.   The Ant Attack
The Ant Attack Summary: By learning about and observing ants students will make predictions about the effects of changes in the ants' environment. Main Curriculum Tie: Science - 3rd Grade Standard 2 Objective 2 Describe the interactions between living and nonliving things in a small environment. Materials: Ant F...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  23.   Ants
Ants Summary: Students will read and observer ants to discover how ants are the same and different than people. Main Curriculum Tie: Kindergarten - Content Standard 3 Objective 2 Observe and describe animals in the local environment. Materials: One per class: 3' x 5' butcher paper mural with ant hill, tunnel...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  24.   What is an Ant?
Ants - Thematic Unit on Science First and Second Grades Diana Spratt What is an Ant? Purpose: The students will use fiction and nonfiction literature to learn about Ants. Objective Students will be able to identify the body parts of an ant with 100% accuracy. Students will be able to verbally express three w...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  25.   The Life Cycle of an Ant
The Life Cycle of an Ant 2nd - 3rd Grade Sharon Trevino Introduction: This lesson begins by reading a Mexican Fable, "The Little Red Ant and the Great Big Crumb." The teacher reads this story either the day of lesson or the day before lesson. This story is about an ant, who found a crumb of cake and wants to bring it back to his...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  26.   F "ant" astic Notes
Jennifer Koch BME 530 June 28, 2002 F "ant" astic Notes (Grade Level: 2nd) Introduction This is a writing lesson for 2nd grade students. The purpose of this lesson is to introduce note taking skills for later writing of a summary about "ant meals". This is one writing lesson in a thematic unit about bugs and one lesson in a subunit on ants. Beha...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  27.   Ants: Thematic Unit Written for Bilingual Exceptional Students
Ants: Thematic Unit Written for Bilingual Exceptional Students Kindergarten - 3rd Grade Julie Ledezma & Elizabeth Garza Description of Students: These students are classified as special needs students. Their grade level is from kindergarten to third grade, but their cognitive level is below by 2 standard dev...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  28.   Ant Multiplication
Ant Multiplication 2nd - 3rd Grade Gustavo Trujillo Introduction: This thematic unit on ants incorporates literature to help teach the concept of multiplication. Behavioral Objectives: The main objective in this lesson will be to teach the concept of multiplication through the use of plastic ants. Also, the...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  29.   Ant Families
Ant Families 2nd-3rd Grade Jeannette Vidrio Introduction: This lesson is incorporated into a unit on Ants. This lesson may be done in the beginning of the unit as a Social Studies lesson. The lesson incorporates literature and language through vocabulary. The four learning modalities included in this lesson...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  30.   Families and the Role of Ants
Ant Colonies Unit 2nd & 3rd Grades Maria C. Cunningham Families and the Role of Ants Introduction: Students will learn about ant cities and the roles of ants as well as discussing what obstacles were overcome in the story. Students will also write a letter to the queen ant discussing their adventures and obs...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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