Lessons for Cricket

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  • crickets in the classroom - … of crickets and their habitats Field crickets live and sing in the fields Tree crickets live and sing in trees Mole crickets tunnel under … Cricket behavior play Have students write a short play about the cricket/fly relationship Cast: male cricket (student with a tape recorder) female cricket, satellite male cricket, a female fly (student …
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  • Crickets in the Classroom - … of crickets and their habitats Field crickets live and sing in the fields Tree crickets live and sing in trees Mole crickets tunnel under … Cricket behavior play Have students write a short play about the cricket/fly relationship Cast: male cricket (student with a tape recorder) female cricket, satellite male cricket, a female fly (student …
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  • Cricket Songs - … cricket chirping rates (examples: sex of the cricket, the life stage of the cricket, if the cricket has a food / water source, if the cricket … population of crickets or crickets of different species should be tested. Dolbear's Law - the relationship between air temperature and cricket chirping rates … cricket-chirping rates (examples: sex of the cricket, the life stage of the cricket, if the cricket has a food / water source, if the cricket
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  • Do you Live in a Nest? Readers Theatre - … (any grade) Do You Live in a Nest? FROG: Hi, Cricket! CRICKET: Frog! Frog! Bird is coming to visit. FROG: I am … . She needs some place warmer than that. TURTLE: Hi, Cricket! Hi, Frog! CRICKET: Turtle! Turtle! Bird is coming to visit! TURTLE: I … needs some place rounder than that. DOG: Hi, Cricket! Hi, Frog! Hi, Turtle! CRICKET: Dog! Dog! Bird is coming to visit! DOG … Bird's nest on the highest branch. BIRD: Cricket! Cricket! I've come to visit! CRICKET: We have a nest for you! Do …
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  • Cricket Times - … Staff New Students _ Cricket Times Introduction: You are getting ready to study a fascinating insect.......the cricket. How on earth are … fictional cricket stories. 2. Artwork: After learning about the cricket body parts, illustrate them using KidPix. Illustrate the four life needs of crickets … to construct the cricket. Scan your plan and write recipes for Edible Crickets. 4. Movie Reviews: View the movie "The Cricket in Times …
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  • Is Baseball Really Cricket? - … two sports are often compared. But is that "cricket?" Is baseball "just like cricket?" The popularity of this sport in England is … following topics for research: History of cricket and the cricket clubs Rules of the game of cricket including roles of players Rules of … the game and the growth of cricket clubs. Sources & Resources: Websites: History of Cricket More History of Cricket History of Baseball History of …
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  • India's National Anthem World Record Bid - … most interesting and which are most boring. rivals / India / Pakistan / cricket / competition / world record / national anthem / singers / official / record holder / event … event organiser worried about? a) the Olympics b) an important cricket match c) a singing competition d) the latest Bollywood movie … . Perhaps their biggest rivalry is over / under the game of cricket. Over 300 million Indians and Pakistanis can watch an important …
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  • Insects: Observing a Cricket - … insects involves observing a cricket Subjects: Language Arts, Science Grades: K, 1, 2, 3 Title - Insects: Observing a Cricket By - Dawn Zimmermann … insects: flies, moths, beetles, bees, wasps, ants, ladybugs, grasshoppers, butterflies, crickets, and dragonflies. Spiders are not insects because they have 8 … tell me what a cricket looks like? Today you are going to be scientists and observe a cricket. You may use your …
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  • Insects: Observing a Cricket - … animals including wings, feet, heads, and tails. Materials: - Magnifying glasses - Crickets (cooled down-when cooled down they do not move, but … insects: flies, moths, beetles, bees, wasps, ants, ladybugs, grasshoppers, butterflies, crickets, and dragonflies. Spiders are not insects because they have 8 … tell me what a cricket looks like? Today you are going to be scientists and observe a cricket. You may use your …
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  • England win the Ashes - … words or expressions they know about cricket (or other sport, if they're not familiar with cricket) Write their suggestions on the … from students (and mark the correct answers on the board). Cricket vocabulary mentioned includes: games, grounds, test, result, spectators, fans, innings … improvement English cricket has shown over the past few years.' Worksheet C equipment you use Cricket (d) a bat (g) a cricket ball …
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