Ants Videos at National Geographic Kids
Sirah: Story of Ants & Nabi Sulaiman
We have talked about ladybugs and bees. What kind of invertebrates are they? Insects. An ant is also an insect. Ants are found all over the world, in fact there are over 10,000 species of ants. Ants are social insects and live in colonies. There are three different kinds of ants in a colony. The queen, the female workers, and the males. The queens job is to lay eggs. The queen and the male ants have wings. The worker ants build the mound that the ants live in and supply the colony with food. A colony has soldier ants that protect the queen and defend the colony.
Most ants build some type of mound to live in. They build a system of tunnels under their mound which connect rooms, or chambers used for a specific purpose. Some of the chambers are used to store food and some are for nurseries, and other chambers are used for resting places. Ants eat different foods. Some eat other insects, seeds, or fungus.
Ants have six legs and three body parts. Ants eyes able them to see extremely well. The ants antennas help the ant to hear, taste, and smell. Ants have complete metamorphosis. The baby ant that hatches from the egg is a larva. It has no legs. It has a soft white body and small head. Each larva grows and molts and eventually spins a small cocoon of silk.Inside they are changing into a pupa, then they change to become the adult ant.
Life on the Farm Unit Study at Gift of Curiosity
Farm & Farm Families Montessori 3-Part Cards at The Helpful Garden
Farm Theme Printables at 1+1+1=1
Lots of Printables at Activity Village UK
Coloring Pages by Numbers
Farm Animal Crafts at Learn Create Love (I love this website!)
Farm Theme Ideas at Joyfully Weary
All About Cows at KiddyHouse
Haris tiba-tiba tanya mengenai cacing semalam 26/11/2015. So, I just let him watch an episode of Wild Kratts on worms for a quick info. 😀
Worms at Montessori Works Blog
Disebut sekali di dalam al-Quran, di dalam surah al-A’raff ayat 133.
“Kami pun menghantarkan kepada mereka taufan, dan belalang, dan kutu, dan katak, dan darah, sebagai tanda-tanda dan bukti yang jelas nyata, maka mereka juga tetap berlaku sombong takbur dan menjadi kaum yang menderhaka.”
Vertebrates & Invertebrates
Introduce Invertebrates and Vertebrates to Kids
Montessori Cards: Vertebrates-Invertebrates
Animal Kingdom Notebooks by OurWorldWideClassroom
Animal Classification Wall Chart & Lapbook (link on the page)
The Study of Animals Series at Enchanted Homeschooling Mom
Vertebrates and Invertebrates – Montessori style at Nurturing Learning
Free Printable Vertebrates Dominoes at Deceptively Educational
A unit on Vertebrates and Invertebrates
Zoology by All in One Homeschool
Invertebrate vs Vertebrate
Shell Activities for Kids by Gift of Curiosity
Seashell Identification Lesson
Snails by Montessori Mom
Montessori Coral Reef Field Guide Index
Seashells Lesson Plan
Seashells – Links for a Montessori Unit Study by montessori21stcentury
Haris paling suka ni. Identify animal tracks.
Curious George on Animal Tracks
Animal Track Final at Animal Network