Insects & Early Dismissal

Hey guys, how’s it going?
There is a threat of some really severe storms today, so you know what that means…..
Early Dismissal!!!!!
The plus side is that we don’t have to make it up!
We have been learning about insects this week, and here is a peek at what we’ve been doing.

My kiddos thought that I drew this lovely ant……y’all know I traced it!!
The ant tree map and labeling came from Erica Bohrer, I believe that they were freebies on her blog. 

This lovely labeling came from Vickie Plant’s Spring Sequencing pack
We’re also reading plenty of books on insects, such as….

Next week, we’ll continue our unit on insects by beginning our study of…..
Talk to you later!

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