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  31.   When Ants Fly
When Ants Fly (Grades 2-3) MASTER TEACHER Rhonda Hollingsworth OVERVIEW This lesson is designed to create an awareness in students of the common characteristics of ants and birds. Building on information in the Backyard Science series, continuing with habitat observations, and exploring through hands-on activitie...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  32.   Lord of the Ants
Lord of the Ants Classroom Activity | | | | | Activity Summary Students compare ant characteristics and conduct their own local species inventory. Learning Objectives Students will be able to: compare ant characteristics, noting similarities and differences. understand the concept of biodiversity. cite reasons why biodi...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  33.   Ant Architecture
Objectives Students will understand the following: 1. How ants create different kinds of colonies, depending on their environment. 2. How ants have different behaviors that allow them to survive in different environments. Materials For this lesson, you will need: * journals * glue * pens or pencils * books on ants * scissors * encyclopedias * paper (large sheets 18...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  34.   Ants Have Feelings, Too!
Purpose: Through listening and responding to literature, children gain an understanding of the concept of respect. They learn to see things from another's point of view. Duration: Three Fifteen-Minute Class Periods Objectives: The learner will: illustrate an event from an ant's point of view. predict and reflect on the outcome of the story. express ways to show respect for others. role-play story actions and cooperative behaviors in the classroom. Materials: Teacher copy of Hey, Little Ant by Phillip and Hannah Hoose (see Bibliographical References) A large paper or plastic m...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  35.   Ant-Like Antics
...ious animals and people move. express feelings and favorite ways to move. verbalize ways to show respect for self and others while appreciating music. Materials: Record or CD of Hap Palmer's Getting to Know Myself: "This is a Song about Sammy." Record player or CD player Instructional Procedure(s): Anticipatory Set: Remind the students how the ant reacted to the child in the book Hey, Little Ant from Lesson One: Ants Have Feelings, Too! Tell them that you want to give them a chance to act like that ant and see the world from his point of view, but you wonder how we can do that in the space we have. Lis...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  36.   Five Little Ants
#3505. Five Little Ants other, level: Kindergarten Posted Wed Jun 29 09:59:53 PDT 2005 by Tina Moore (n/a). University of Tennessee, Memphis, USA Materials Required: none What to do: During circle time the children sing the following song with accompanying motions to the tune of "Five Little Ducks Went Out To Play." Five littl...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  37.   Teaching Point of View With Two Bad Ants
Student Objectives Session 1 Session 2 Extensions Student Assessment/Reflections STUDENT OBJECTIVES Students will Identify point of view in a story by examining the text and illustrations, thinking about how an ant "sees" the world Demonstrate that they understand point of view by finding specific examples or evidence from of the ant's point of view in the text Apply their knowledge and understanding of point of view by writing and illustrating a story from the perspective of the main character (in this case, an an...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  38.   All About Ants
Title - All About Ants By - Tara Ulery Primary Subject - Science Grade Level - 1-2 Academic Standards: Environment and Ecology/Ecosystems and their interactions- 4.6.4- Identify plants and animals with their habitat and food sources, Identify animals that live underground. Objectives: The student will be able to:List the numb...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  39.   Ants eye view of rocks
Title - Ants eye view of rocks By - Scott Dan Subject - Science Grade Level - 1st - 2nd Concept: Observing rocks, skills needed for pre-classification of rocks Materials: 1. Zip Lock bags or small cardboard boxes 2. 12 large bowls or containers 3. Variety of rocks 4. Handout provided by teacher 5. Crayons 6. Large c...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  40.   Take an Ant to Lunch
Take an Ant to Lunch (Grade 2) Master Teacher Cam T. Szakovits Overview This lesson will allow students to expand their knowledge of ants. By creating a model, students will recognize that all insects have physical similarities and classify ants as insects. The concept that animals have basic needs will be related t...
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    Grade Level: K-5


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