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Bill Nye the Science Guy talks reptiles
Compare and Contrast different reptiles using a venn diagram
Use the senses sheet to describe characteristics of reptiles
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Leave it to Eric Carle to provide us with a great selection of reptile books! Try these:
The Greedy Python
The Mixed-Up Chameleon
The Foolish Tortoise
The Rabbit and the Turtle
Reptile Story: make a list of reptile-related words, such as eggs, cold-blooded, scales, slither, tortoise, snake, dinosaur, etc. Write these words on separate slips of paper and hide them around the room. Create a story together by finding the words. As each child finds a word have them add a sentence to the story.
Rep-TILES: cut out small "tiles" from various colors of paper. Use tiles for tactile graphing. For instance, get a bag of skittles and have the kids graph how many there are if each color. Tgese tiles coykd also be used to create mosaic artwork!
Then make Alligator Pie
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This us one of my kids' favorite games! Match the snake parts. Tge person who captures the mist snakes wins!
Then make these yarn wrapped snakes...
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