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Crickets, Unit Study and Activity Book

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Not all the tiny creatures you see creeping and crawling and flying are truly bugs. When somebody says, "Ooh, look at the bug!" he might be pointing at a beetle with six legs, or a spider with eight legs, or a centipede with many legs. Or he might be pointing at a stink bug, which belongs to the only family scientists call bugs. But in this book we call them all bugs to make it easier.


This book is on the singing bug called the cricket, and also talks about the cricket's cousins, the grasshopper, cicada and katydid.

This activity unit is suitable for early and more advanced learners, and for a theme within your homeschool classroom. Use the activities to enhance inter alia alphabet and number skills, motor skills, reading, writing and word recognition.

Included in this unit are:

 

Insect parts
All About Bugs
Resources
Crickets and their cousins
Quick as a cricket Lesson Plan
Cricket words wordsearch
Cricket Words
What's the definition?
Student Activity
"ick" word family
Crickets & their cousins wordsearch
Chirpy cricket maze
Cricket crafts
How to take care of a cricket
Cricket theme craft
Cricket rhyming activity
Uncle cricket maze
Songs and rhymes, parent/educator guide and activities
Wordsearch
Coloring
Unscramble the words
Double number puzzle
Cricket unscramble
Word tiles
Fallen phrases
Criss cross
Hidden messages
Crypto-cricket
Answers
Acrostic poems
How many?
Cricket words
Wordsearch
What's the Definition?
C is for cricket....

 

 

 


 
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File Last Updated:
July 13, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on July 13, 2011.