Reflection: Joy Scientists Observe: Wiggly Worms Day 2 - Section 3: Warm-up


Taking notes is not the world's most exciting task, so to up the "fun" factor, I let students wear goggles!  This helps them feel much more like scientists.

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Scientists Observe: Wiggly Worms Day 2

Unit 1: Wiggly Scientists and Wiggly Worms
Lesson 11 of 13

Objective: SWBAT describe the connection between stages of the mealworm life cycle.

Big Idea: Did you survive Day 1 of wiggly mealworms in your classroom? Now that your students have observed them, let's fill in the details with texts.

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