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Life Cycles: Chicken, Frog, Horse, Butterfly, Bat, Ladybug, Fish, & Snake

This unit is jam-packed with engaging activities for literacy and science to teach little learners about the chicken, frog, butterfly, horse, bat, ladybug, fish, and snake life cycles! It is easy to implement and has all you need to get started!

 

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This unit is jam-packed with engaging activities for literacy and science to teach little learners about the chicken, frog, butterfly, horse, bat, ladybug, fish, and snake life cycles! It is easy to implement and has all you need to get started!

 

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Inside this unit you will find:

Science Unit Resources

  • Unit Teaching Plan
  • Life Cycle Teaching Tips
  • Chicken Life Cycle
  • Frog Life Cycle
  • Horse Life Cycle
  • Bat Life Cycle
  • Butterfly Life Cycle
  • Ladybug Life Cycle
  • Snake Life Cycle
  • Fish Life Cycle
  • Life Cycles Exploration Activities
    • Life Cycle Videos to Watch
    • Growing a Butterfly
    • Life Cycle Pen Pals
  • Life Cycle Unit Anchor Charts
    • The Amazing Cycle Anchor Chart
    • Comparing Life Cycles Anchor Chart
    • Unit Assessment

Literacy Resources

  • Life Cycle Unit Read Aloud Suggestions
  • Life Cycle Unit Shared Reading
    •  Shared Reading Teacher Notes
    • Shared Reading Weekly Plan
    • Shared Reading Poem-Student Copies
    • Shared Reading Phonics Activity
    • Shared Reading Phonics Student Activity Sheets
  • Life Cycle Unit Writing Craftivity

Each life cycle section includes:

  • Life Cycle KWL Chart and Can, Have, Are Chart
  • Life Cycle Poster
  • Pocket Chart Cards
  • Flip Book
  • Mini-Book
  • Cut-and-Paste

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