The Very Busy Spider Lesson Plans

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Make a happy face for those who like spiders and a sad face for those who don’t like spiders or are afraid of them.Attach the faces to a graph titled, “How Do You Feel About Spiders? (crawl fingers up back) A cool breeze (blow softly on back of neck) A soft squeeze (softly squeeze arms) Now you’ve got the chillies. Fall, Preschool-Kindergarten (TEC3512) Spider Puzzle Game This is a small group game. Cut the pictures vertically to make a spider puzzle.

Make a happy face for those who like spiders and a sad face for those who don’t like spiders or are afraid of them.Attach the faces to a graph titled, “How Do You Feel About Spiders? (crawl fingers up back) A cool breeze (blow softly on back of neck) A soft squeeze (softly squeeze arms) Now you’ve got the chillies. Fall, Preschool-Kindergarten (TEC3512) Spider Puzzle Game This is a small group game. Cut the pictures vertically to make a spider puzzle.

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I start my unit by finding out what the kids already know about spiders.

I think spiders are so interesting and the kids love learning about them.

As we learned about spiders we wrote Our New Learning on a green post it note and added it to the Chart.

Sometimes our new learning gets tagged onto our schema (see the green and pink notes that are attached to each other by clicking on the picture to blow it up) and sometimes we find out what we thought we knew is actually a misconception and we move it to the misconceptions box.

We turned our Spider glyph into a headband so that we could wear it when we did our cool Spider Bite experiment.

This experiment helped us find out the answer to the question, How do spiders eat their prey?

The spider gets a fly, The spider gets a fly, Spin, spin, oh watch it spin, The spider gets a fly.

Who could ask for any more, than a spider on the floor. The Spider in the Web (tune of Farmer in the Dell) The spider in the web, The spider in the web, Spin, spin, oh watch it spin, The spider in the web.

Along came a ____________ Who __________________________. Then turn it the other way to show “out came the sun and dried up all the rain”.

Spiders By Janet Bruno Spiderlings hatch from eggs. Adaptation of Little Miss Muffet _____________ sat on a ____________ Eating her (his) ______________ and whey. Spider on the Floor (Raffi) There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor. There’s a spider on the floor, Who could ask for anything more? Turn the circle halfway to show “down came the rain and washed the spider out”.

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