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Mrs. Brown 6th Grade Science


Click the purple image at the bottom to watch a 17 minute web-instruction on insects. You will need to select next at the end of each slide.


Now that you have experienced “Let’s Talk About Insects,” work together in your group to answer questions 1-6 on the Insect Adaptations worksheet.Each question is on the following slides.


1. What structures do all insects have in common?

Click the grasshopper if you need help answering question #1.


2. What additional structures do most insects have?

Click the Horse fly if you need help answering question #2.


3. Give several advantages of having wings.

Click the link above to view a dragonfly in flight.


4. Describe how the leg adaptations help these insects survive.


5. What is the advantage of having diverse adaptations for getting food?

Click the images above to watch a beetle eating a mealworm and a butterfly drinking nectar.


6. What can you infer about the habits of the moth, katydid, and stick bug?

moth

katydid

Stick bug


Discuss the second worksheet together in your group based on observations you made in the past few class periods.


Continue to discuss this worksheet together in your group based on observations you made in the past few class periods.


Continue to discuss this worksheet together in your group based on observations you made in the past few class periods.


Continue to discuss this worksheet together in your group based on observations you made in the past few class periods.


Continue to discuss this worksheet together in your group based on observations you made in the past few class periods.


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