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Artolazzi: The Very Busy Spider

graders in were inspired by Eric Carle’s book, “The Very Busy Spider.” Students learned how Eric Carle created his illustrations in .

Spiders Non-Fiction unit. Comes with close reading passages, leveled guided reading books, writing, crafts, and graphing activites! I love all the real pictures!!

Spiders {Spider Unit Non-Fiction}

You students will be fascinated to learn all about these creepy crawlies.This non- fiction unit addresses a wide variety.

Education to the Core: Spiders: A FREE Mini-Book and Writing Reflection

Spiders FREE Mini-Book and Writing Reflection

Use these Spiders FREE Mini-Book and Writing Reflection. I made this reader so my kids could be as excited about learning about spiders as I get excited teaching about spiders.

Spider mini-research book--Free! This looks like a great way to incorporate nonfiction writing this month.

It includes pages to record predators, draw pictures of webs, describe hunting style, describe in adjectives, draw the spider and more. A fun intro to research projects for the primary grades. Complete with a page to cite sources!

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