Insect Curriculum Plan
This EYLF Insect Curriculum Plan will help you get started when your children show an interest in anything to do with Insects! This science focused Curriculum Plan is designed to get children exploring, investigating and inquiring all about the wonderful around them!
Included in this pack –
INSECT TEACHER BINDERS
Start your file with Binder Dividers that will keep everything to do with the Insect theme in one file!
INSECT EYLF PROGRAMMING DOCUMENTATION
Enjoy my EYLF Insect Curriculum Plan that you can edit and add to. Great activity ideas that you can use. Add your own ideas and edit away. Included is an overview sheet that you can tailor to your class. Add your assessment for the duration of this program, specific teaching and spontaneous learning that is occurring with your class! Very flexible!
INSECT LEARNING PACK – PRINTABLES
Print off some Insect games, fingerplays, songs and poems, book suggestions and more!
Introduce your 0-5 year olds to the world of insects. There are pictures of insects as well as information on where they may live, what insects eat and other fun Insect facts. Use the powerpoint during a mat session or set up a learning display for the children to navigate through the Insect Powerpoint.
INSECT CLASS HELPERS
Set up some Inquiry based learning centers very easily with these fun printables!
INSECT READING CARDS
Hand these out to children or use them on an Insect Learning Display. There is a Vocabulary Card that is colour coded and I just love the children collecting these Theme words every interest area we do in our class! Children LOVE collecting the cards!
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FURTHER IDEAS THAT CAN TIE INTO YOUR INSECT PLAY…
Apart from setting up an Entomologist’s Office you could get the children involved in selling Honey. It is a super simple dramatic play center to set up. All as you need is plastic cups, yellow cellophane for the honey, cash register, baskets and money – I used buttons for the money.