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Introducing … Aquatic Animals
Observing Freshwater Snails Observe, draw, and describe
Adding the snail to the same home as the water plants. Notice they are coexisting.
Observe a male guppy
Observe a female guppy
Observing guppies … Observe, draw, and describe a male and a female guppy.
Comparing the snail and the guppy… What do they both do? How are they different?
Introducing … Woodland Animals
A woodland environment … A mushroom has appeared from nowhere!
Woodland Animals Pill bugs arrive in a container with paper toweling.
Observing pill bugs … on a thin layer of moist soil,with one green leaf or piece of lettuce in a cup. Cover cup.
Observing a pill bug …
Observing pill bug … with a hand lens and a partner
Gently touch the pill bug. See what happens when the children touch the pill bug.
Observe pill bug on paper plate with hand lens.
Add a piece of lettuce to the soil in order to draw the pill bug out.
Draw and write about pill bugs.
Observe, draw, and describe land animals: the pill bug
Add pill bug to … woodland environment
Woodland Animals: millipedes
Millipedes arrive … in a large container with moist, moss-like filling
Remove millipede … wearing plastic gloves (provided).
Put millipede on paper plate while wearing plastic gloves.
Put fresh mushroom in front of millipede. Observe
Touch millipede while wearing plastic gloves. Observe, discuss with partner.
Observe millipede with mushroom.
Observe millipede on lettuce
Handle millipede gently while wearing plastic glove.
Record length of millipede … compare it to the width of your hand.
Generate descriptive words for the millipede
Observe, draw, and describe … land animal: millipede
Add millipede to woodland environment… also add - a piece of lettuce and a mushroom
Observe millipede in woodland environment … Discuss how it coexists with pill bug and plants.
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