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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Insect Invasion! Bugs Math and Literacy Unit!

**** I have just added 10 more math practice worksheets to this unit****

 Read the room with recording sheets and several ideas for different variations.

All five bugs are included to use for measurement each in a different size. Use them to measure the tree, complete the classroom common items worksheet and encourag parents to let their child measure objects at home with them. Compare and contrast the results, which items are longer/shorter, taller etc.


I have/Who has 1-100 and ABC to play with your students. This game is great for number and ABC order. Staple in my classroom!

Print out these jars and use the bugs below to match the correct number to its word, record the proper word on the included recording sheet. This activity can be printed and laminated for years of use or copied in black and white, stapled and completed as a booklet. Number words and numbers 1-50 are included. This is also included as a sight ord center as well!

I just finished my new Insect Invasion Math and Literacy Unit last night. I am so excited to share this unit with you, it is definatly one of my favorites! I can't wait for my students to see these fun graphics this week. We had so much fun doing our Insect booklet that I just know they are going to love this as well. I am posting a freebie from this on the freebie page tonight.
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Comments and Ideas are always welcome, I am always looking for new units to create for TpT!