Bugs And Minibeasts Unit: Reading, Writing & Numeracy Pack

Today I wanted to go through my ‘Bugs Galore’ unit for those of you who wish to see it in greater detail! My Bugs and Minibeasts Unit is *filled* with fun and exciting resources and activities for your little learners. It is the perfect accompaniment to your Bugs Thematic Unit this term!

This pack has been created to assist you in integrating the topic of bugs and insects into the daily curriculum. There is a focus on Language Arts, as well as English and Maths.

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It includes 86 pages of activities and covers:

Data and Graphing,

Positional Language,

Information Texts (Reading and Writing),

Emergent Readers,

Graphic Organizers,

Sight Word Work,

Creative Writing,

Labelled Diagrams,

Flashcards,

Word Wall Cards and

Bug Detective Student Name Tags.

Suitable for students in Kindergarten to Grade 2, this unit is prefect for differentiation in your classroom!

Available HERE from my store – my Bugs and Minibeasts Unit.

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Here’s exactly what’s included:

– Bugs Flash Cards
– ‘This’ Emergent Reader
– ‘I Can See’ Emergent Reader
– ‘I Can See’ Sentence Sequencing Activity
– ‘This’ Bug Flipbook
– 5 Bugs A4 Colour and Black and White Information Text Posters
– Bugs Information Text student copies
– Colour by Sight Word
– Information Text Writing Templates
– Labelled Diagrams
– Can, Have Are Graphic Organisers
– Information Text Topic Web Plans
– Venn Diagrams
– KWL Chart
– Persuasive Writing Piece
– Graphing Sheet
– Numeracy Location Book
– Bug Hunt Tally Sheet
– Bug Detective Editable Badges

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Here are a couple of reviews from teachers who enjoyed my Bugs and Minibeasts Unit:

“With distance learning, I am trying to teach thematically. The children are loving this unit from afar.” – Jennifer W

“Love the passages and books. Great resource for labeling insect parts. Cute for second graders.” – Jennifer S

Thanks for having a look at you Bugs and Minibeasts Unit. My little learners have loved it each year, and I’m sure yours will too! Feel free to comment below if you have any questions or comments!

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