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Put your students’ knowledge of arthropods on display! Using materials easily found in your classroom, students will create vibrant depictions of arthropods in their natural habitats.
Provide each student with a piece of white paper and Crayola® Classic Crayons.
Instruct students to select an arthropod to be drawn in its natural habitat.
Encourage the students to apply as many details in their drawings as possible based on evidence found in their classroom learning.
Once the students’ work is complete, ask them to find a partner. Can they identify each other’s arthropods? Ask them to discuss the attributes and habitat of their selected arthropods. Encourage the inclusion of comments about what needs to be present in habitats to allow for their arthropods to thrive.
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