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Hi! I'm Sarah from Mrs. Hankinson's Class! I teach a 1st/2nd combo class and love to find ways to challenge my students.

Spiders and Bats!

Students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade will absolutely eat up a thematic study of spiders! Check out this fantastic post for cross-curricular activities for teaching about spiders to elementary students - the perfect way to tie in reading, math, science, and art!

ICYMI: Pumpkins, Bats, and Spider Activities

Students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade will absolutely eat up a thematic study of spiders! Check out this fantastic post for cross-curricular activities for teaching about spiders to elementary students - the perfect way to tie in reading

Mrs. Petite's Teaching Passion: Eeek ... Spiders!!

Spider unit graphic organizer-- Would be great if they could actually spell the word "poisonous". These people are teaching first grade? No wonder.

I like this!  Deeper than a KWL

This is such a cute lesson that taps into background knowledge and helps students organize the information they learn. SCIENCE: ACTIVATING SCHEMA AND FACT CHECKS (I wish I had this idea when I was introducing schema!

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Using Spirals and The Beginning of our Spider Week!

Anchor Chart: Spiders Verbs & Adjectives but change for whatever topic.maybe wild things

Mrs. Lowes' Kindergarten Korner: Pumpkin Palooza plus a FREEBIE!

Lowes' Kindergarten Korner: Pumpkins Bubble Map-I need to start doing this to help them build schema about all the words we're trying to learn. It can be a weekly word, then add to it throughout the week.

Find out all about the many kinds of webs spiders spin in this level 2 Let's Read and Find Out. How do spiders spin such large webs? Spiders produce a unique silk that can stretch from wall to wall, o

2004 - Spinning Spiders by Melvin Berger - Describes the characteristics of spiders and the methods they use to trap their prey in webs.

Seasons chart. Make something like this for Emma. She's been talking about seasons at preschool already. Maybe even do a nature walk and collect things that signify each season (though what would we do for winter)? Leaves/flowers for fall/spring, sand for summer...

Grade 1 - Earth and Space Science- Daily and seasonal changes. Have them brainstorm words and ideas that go with each season. If the classroom is having daily weather updates have the students predict the next season

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