Counting Creepy Crawlers

# Counting Creepy Crawlers

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## Counting Creepy Crawlers

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1. Counting Creepy Crawlers By: Shelbie Koonsman

2. 1 Chrysalis This chrysalis has something growing inside of it. Do you know what will become of this one chrysalis?

3. A Butterfly that has 2 wings! Every butterfly has two wings that are exactly the same. What other insects or animals can you name that have 2 wings?

4. Ants have 3 main body parts. An ant has a head, a thorax, and an abdomen. Those are his three main body parts.

5. Dragonflieshave 4 wings. A dragonfly is like a butterfly because its wings are also the same, but the dragonfly has four wings. A butterfly only has two, which means the dragonfly has more wings than the butterfly.

6. Bees also have wings, and here are 5 bees looking for flowers. The bees are looking for flowers because they eat pollen and nectar. The flowers have this as food and the bees travel from flower to flower as they eat.

7. Can you count how many legs this ladybug has? If you counted 6, you are correct! Even though every ladybug has a different number of spots, they all have six legs.

8. Where are these 7 snails going? Sometimes you can find snail shells because snails live inside their shells. These seven happy snails are traveling together carrying their homes along with them!

9. Spiders have 8 legs. Just like ladybugs have six legs, all spiders have eight legs.

10. How many grasshoppers can you count? There are 9 grasshoppers hopping across this page. What number comes after nine?

11. 10! Ten ants marching! Now we can count to 10! Numbers are everywhere, you can even find them in your backyard. All of these creepy crawlers can be found near you. Look at them, and count them!

12. TEKS Objectives • Grade level kindergarten • 1C- use numbers for objects • 6B- count to 100 by ones