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Rewrite the Paragraph
Rewrite the paragraph on the life cycle of the butterfly, correcting the capitalization and adding punctuation marks. Or go to the answers.
Finish the Sentence 'A'
Finish the sentence and illustrate it - A. The sentence starts, "Ants are always angry when..."
Finish the Sentence 'B'
Finish the sentence and illustrate it - B. The sentence starts, "Baby bugs bite because they..."
Picture Prompt with Ants
Write a story about the picture - A. The picture is of four ants, each carrying an acorn.
Picture Prompt with Ladybugs
Write a story about the picture - L. The picture shows ladybugs in a line climbing a ladder.
Insect: Describe It! Worksheet
Write the name of a type of insect, then answer questions about how you would describe it.
Insects: Write a Question for Each Answer
In this worksheet, the student is given a series of short answers using insect-related words. For each answer, the student writes a short question.
Write Ten Things About Insects
A one-page printable worksheet. Write ten things about insects (plus one thing you would like to change).
Butterfly Poem - Poetry Prompt
Write a poem about a butterfly. The lines of the poem begin with: It sees, It hears, It feels, It understands, It moves, It needs, It likes, It flies, It eats (nothing!), and It dreams.
Caterpillar Poem - Poetry Prompt
Write a poem about a caterpillar. The lines of the poem begin with: It sees, It hears, It feels, It understands, It moves, It needs, It likes, It wants, It eats, and It dreams.
Bee Poem - Poetry Prompt
Write a poem about a bee. The lines of the poem begin with: It sees, It hears, It feels, It understands, It moves, It needs, It likes, It flies, It eats (nothing!), and It dreams.
Ladybug Acrostic Poem
Write a poem about ladybugs. Start each line with a letter from the word "LADYBUG."
Ladybug: Illustrated Acrostic Poem
Draw a picture of a ladybug, then write an acrostic poem about it. Start each line of your poem with the letter on that line. Or go to a pdf of the poem.
Ladybug Poem - Poetry Prompt
Write a poem about a ladybug. The lines of the poem begin with: It sees, It hears, It feels, It understands, It moves, It needs, It likes, It flies, It eats, and It dreams.
Write Ten Things About Butterflies
A one-page printable worksheet. Write ten things about butterflies (plus one thing you would like to change).
|Ladybug: Shape Poem
Write a poem inside the ladybug. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet.
|Ladybug: Perimeter Poem
Write a poem around the perimeter (outer edges) of the ladybug. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet.
|Butterfly: Shape Poem
Write a poem about a butterfly inside the picture. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet.
|Butterfly: Perimeter Poem
Write a poem around the perimeter (outer edges) of the butterfly. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet.
| Adjectives Describing A Butterfly
Write adjectives describing a butterfly in and around the butterfly. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Butterfly Acrostic Poem
Write a poem about a butterfly. Start each line with a letter from the word "butterfly."
Draw and Write 3 Bugs: Printable Worksheet
Draw three of the most interesting bugs and write about each of them. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Butterfly: Fact or Opinion?
Color the picture of the butterfly, then write 5 facts and 5 opinions about butterflies. A fact is supported by evidence and can be proven; an opinion is how you feel about something and is open to debate. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet (subscribers only).
Write an Animal Report:
Simple Animal Report Worksheet
Draw the animal, then write about the animal's anatomy, diet, where it lives, and interesting facts.
Animal Report Graphic Organizers Printouts
Graphic Organizers can help students think about and list the major topics that will be researched and covered in an animal report.
Animal Report Wheel
Make an animal report wheel using this 2-page print-out; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. Use the wheel to write facts about the animal, including: Scientific Name, Type of Animal, Color, Size, Diet, Enemies, Habitat, Range, Life Cycle, Life Span, Endangered?, Something Interesting. Also, draw the animal on the top of the wheel. The student then writes a paragraph on interesting features about the animal.
Write an Animal Report
Tips and guidelines for writing a great animal report (plus a rubric to evaluate your work).
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