How come spiders don’t stick to their webs? Did you know that spiders have 48 knees? What demonstrates true friendship?
Make a cast of an orb web, and draw a diagram of a spider’s body parts. Understand how they capture and drink their food. Learn how God gives spiders survival instincts. Write and read a persuasive speech, and design a poster to advertise an event. Create a simple pendulum, and discover the forces that affect its swing. Compare the value of two sets of money using an inequality symbol, and understand how people make economic choices. Apply skills of measuring fractions, and make mini-donuts. Plot coordinates and locate objects on a graph. Build musical instruments, and play rhythms with the instruments. Apply Bible verses to daily life events as you learn about friendship and humbleness.
This unit includes written information about spiders as well as a literary focus on Charlotte’s Web.
Sample Lesson 1
Sample Lesson 2
Sample Worksheet 1
Sample Worksheet 2
Grade level: 3-4
This is an 85 page unit.
Student workbook pages are designed to reinforce the daily concepts and are included within the unit.