These resources, sorted by students’ ages, may help you in teaching about ants in your classroom or homeschool.
Ant unit: pre-writing, graphing, counting, craft, the letter A, patterns, and the ant life cycle
Explore ants in the salt tray, Hey Little AntÂ story, ant snack, and the ant life cycle
Ant egg carton craft
Ant life cycle model Elementary
Ants: pests or pals poll
Ant anatomy coloring page
Ant life cycle model
Ant zoom gallery: see an ant up close
Ant farm Middle school +
Behavior of Ants 4-week lesson series
AntWeb: database of ant images and specimen records
Build a simple ant farm Hands-on
Of course, one of the best ways to teach about ants is to allow students to experience ants hands-on inÂ anÂ
ant farmÂ orÂ ant hill. Fascinating videos
Sticky feet: how ants walk
Fire ants making a living raft in water
Ants herding other bugs
Excavating a colony
Underwater ant nest
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