• Rene' Nuss

    Two Bad Ants by: Chris Van Allsburg A great book to look at a small insect perspective. Really good for teaching inferences, predictions, and drawing conclusions

  • Jenny Dalsted

    Two Bad Ants. Great children's book with the great Chris Van Allsburg illustrations. Love it.

  • Pamela Fuenzalida

    Amazon.com: Two Bad Ants (0046442486682): Chris Van Allsburg: Books Story about two ants that go on an adventure in a kitchen. This story is a great mentor text for point of view.

  • Katie DePorter

    Two Bad Ants lesson ideas, including predicting

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