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Lee Horton

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Maker Space- Bug Catchers and Counting Bugs

Bug hunting can be a fun way to spend an afternoon. Observing bugs close up helps us learn more about them, but not everyone has a butterfly net. πŸ€” What can you use if you don't have a butterfly net? Hint: Look at the picture.πŸ‘€ ⬅️ 1.πŸ‘†πŸΌ add 2. Find something to use to catch bugs. 3. Ask your caregiver to go outside with you and start looking for bugs! ** 4.πŸ‘†πŸΌ photo Take a picture of your bug catching device and any bugs you catch. 5.πŸ‘†πŸΌ mic or label Tell about your bug catcher and if you were able to catch any bugs. 6.πŸ‘†πŸΌ move to put the butterflies in the jars. 7.πŸ‘†πŸΌ check to turn in your work. ** If you don't live where you can easily go outside you can draw and cut out some paper bugs to put in your bug catcher.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Pre-K, Science, Math, STEAM
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PK Guideline VI.B.1 Characteristics of organisms. I got this idea from Shawna Curran's Firefly Count.