Bees Flippy Flaps!  This is a great way to get your students learning about Bees in a fun hands-on interactive way! Your students will be engaged and learn about Bees in many different ways!  Activities included:  - Bees can/have/are - Bees KWL - Label a Bee - Bee Facts - All About Bees - Life Cycle of a Bee - Bee Adjectives - Bee Vocabulary - Why are bees so important... writing prompt - Would you want a pet bee...writing prompt - Favorite Bee Book - Compare Bee/Butterfly - Compare Bee/Wasp

Bees Flippy Flaps Interactive Notebook Lapbook

Bees Flippy Flaps! This is a great way to get your students learning about Bees in a fun hands-on interactive way! Your students will be engaged and learn about Bees in many different ways! Activities included: - Bees can/have/are - Bees KWL - Label a Bee - Bee Facts - All About Bees - Life Cycle of a Bee - Bee Adjectives - Bee Vocabulary - Why are bees so important... writing prompt - Would you want a pet bee...writing prompt - Favorite Bee Book - Compare Bee/Butterfly - Compare Bee/Wasp

each spot says something the kids learned about bugs during the unit More fun than a KWL chart?  :)

each spot says something the kids learned about bugs during the unit More fun than a KWL chart? :)

This 34-page insect themed packet is filled with 7 hands-on, engaging, literacy activities to use with Kindergartners or First Graders! Your studen...

Interesting Insects: Insect Themed Literacy Activities

This 34-page insect themed packet is filled with 7 hands-on, engaging, literacy activities to use with Kindergartners or First Graders! Your studen...

Insect Wrapping    Children wrap the plastic insects with pieces of white yarn (“spider webs”). When they are finished wrapping all of the insects, they unwrap them and place the yarn back in the bowl. We do this activity during a study of bugs and spiders.

Fine Motor Skills Activities

Insect Wrapping Children wrap the plastic insects with pieces of white yarn (“spider webs”). When they are finished wrapping all of the insects, they unwrap them and place the yarn back in the bowl. We do this activity during a study of bugs and spiders.

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