Hey, y'all! It's finally starting to feel like spring around here and we jumping head first into our Earth and Life Science units. Thank goodness, cause I am so over this cold, snowy weather thing!

This week, we'll be studying insects and various other bugs. We'll start off Monday by building schema with an insect book and a graffiti wall, then doing a little bug hunt around the school.

Tuesday through Thursday, the students will visit a series of stations learning all about bugs in general.

They'll explore the parts of an insect, insect life cycles, dig for bugs in a sensory bin, and sort "insects" versus "not insects."

They'll also read a book about insects and build their own bugs out things found in nature. This activity is a favorite!

On Friday, the kids will make their own insect hats. So stinking cute! This unit is just right for kindergarten and 1st grade, but your second graders may enjoy it as well.

For more information on this unit and the other science units that go with it, click here and here. Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned for more amazing resources coming soon. Have a wonderful week!

Stay sweet,