We found 173 resources with the concept spiders
20 Million Year Old Spider! Unweaving Spider SilkLesson Planet
8 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Talk about a sticky situation! What is spider silk, anyway? Scholars scope out the science behind one of the world's strongest substances through a video from an intriguing science series. A leading spider scientist discusses the types...
Two Bats and a SpiderLesson Planet
5 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What creatures lurk in the rainforest at night? Meet three of them in one short video. Part of a playlist exploring mammals, the video presents a look at night research in the Amazon. Scientists locate and photograph two bat species and...
Insect Adventure, Part 3Lesson Planet
12 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
After scientists collect insects, what do they do with them? The final Brain Scoop video wraps up an adventure to a field to collect insects. It details how they sort, study, and pin insects for future study. An Insect playlist allows...
Insect Adventure, Part 2Lesson Planet
8 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Scholars look forward to using the pooter, otherwise known as an aspirator, to collect insects. The video demonstrates how to collect bugs in mesh nets, canvas nets, and in pooters to better study them. The second installment of a...
Insect Adventure, Part 1Lesson Planet
10 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Have you ever wondered why scientists use rotten chicken liver? The video explains this and more on a Field Museum trip to a prairie. Brain Scoop presents the first part of their insect adventure as part of the playlist on Insects.
Spiders: The First Web DevelopersLesson Planet
6 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
"You can always out run a spider." - Petra Sierwald, associate curator of insects at the Field Museum. Scientists identified more than 45,000 species of spiders, and an enchanting video explains how they identify each species as unique....
For These Tiny Spiders, It's Sing or Get ServedLesson Planet
4 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Rejection is hard, especially if you're a male jumping spider! Life science scholars watch as the little spiders bust a move in an interesting video. Thanks to some amazing research, viewers can even hear the male's built-in beat box as...
The Most Venomous Animals in the WorldLesson Planet
10 mins 9th - 12th
The king cobra has enough venom to bring down an adult elephant. Video begins with a brief explanation of what venom is before exploring the most venomous animal in the world. It continues with examples of many venomous animals, how they...
Your Mom is LITERALLY Part of You!Lesson Planet
3 mins 6th - 12th
You will always be on your mother's mind — literally, as it turns out. The video explains how cells pass between mother and child during pregnancy and how long these cells lasts. For up to 50 years after being born, you have cells from...
Anansi the Spider Paper Collage: Folktale of the Ashanti People of AfricaLesson Planet
1st - 3rd
Young artists explore elements of an African folktale called Anansi the Spider. By studying the geometric patterns in the story, children note the colors and shapes that are used. From here, class members create a patterned spider web...
Anansi Goes To Lunch - First GradeLesson Planet
1st CCSS: Adaptable
Greed is the theme of this collection of multidisciplinary activities. As a class, read The West African folktale, Anansi Goes to Lunch by Bobby Norfolk, and take part in a grand discussion about it's plot and theme. Reinforce the theme...
Anansi Goes to Lunch - KindergartenLesson Planet
K CCSS: Adaptable
Greed is the theme of the West African folktale, Anansi Goes to Lunch and this multidisciplinary collection of lessons. First, scholars listen to a read aloud and participate in a grand conversation about the book's key details and...
Anansi And Turtle Go To DinnerLesson Planet
Pre-K - K CCSS: Adaptable
That tricky Anansi! Join him and Turtle in the story Anansi and Turtle Go to Dinner by Bobby and Sherry Norfolk, based on the African folktale. Kids answer comprehension questions and sing songs about spiders before creating spider webs...