Essential Question Anchor Chart: What does a scientist do? - Section 3: Warm-up

  Essential Question Anchor Chart: What does a scientist do?
  Essential Question Anchor Chart: What does a scientist do?
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Scientists Observe: Wiggly Worms Day 1

Unit 1: Wiggly Scientists and Wiggly Worms
Lesson 9 of 13

Objective: SWBAT make observations in order to understand the patterns of a life cycle.

Big Idea: Give 'em what they want-- students make observations... of real, live animals! Mealworms are an awesome wiggly way to explore natural phenomena of life cycles!

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