Lisa O'Leary
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My Spiders and spiderweb for the theme #Minibeasts!   The spiders are made with pegs and pipe cleaners and then we stuck on eyes and pom poms!   The web is made from a Hula hoop and string!  The kids love it!!

My Spiders and spiderweb for the theme The spiders are made with pegs and pipe cleaners and then we stuck on eyes and pom poms! The web is made from a Hula hoop and string!

Ask children to devise the questions they need to answer in their observations and put them on display

The journey of a snail - this is a lovely way of learning about life cycles - Snail Trail

This simple craft will assess your students knowledge of insect body parts.  The students will assemble and label the body parts of an insect in an fun craft that can be displayed in your classroom or hall bulletin board. You can change the color combos to create a variety of insects.

This simple craft will assess your students knowledge of insect body parts. The students will assemble and label the body parts of an insect in an fun craft

This hat is not only cute, but also includes the phases of a frogs life cycle. This would be a positive and motivating assessment tool for students, as the end product produces a hat they get to wear too!

Observe and describe major stages in the life cycles of plants and animals, including beans and butterflies. Children can understand the life cycle of a frog by making this cool frog hat.

frog craft....I typed the poem on a small sheet of paper to go in his mouth, then i had the kids sequence the life cycle of a frog on the tongue.  Very cute.  I used the poem to talk about the life cycle, but it would be cute to use a book, like "From Tadpole to Frog" by Wendy Pfeffer

I typed the poem on a small sheet of paper to go in his mouth, then i had the kids sequence the life cycle of a frog on the tongue. I used the poem to talk about the life cycle, but it would be