So do you say Crayfish, crawfish, or crawdaddy?
We read one of the Johnette Downing books I referred to earlier, “Why the Crawfish Lives in the Mud?” You like how Aunt Tara got suckered into reading to them when visiting?
Afterwards we took some time to read through it again more slowly and we talked about what was true in the book (where crawdads live, what the eat) and what wasn’t true (the animals talking, crawfish being a trickster).
Sigh, and sigh again, I have no pictures of them doing this. None, my computer ate them, bad computer.
My follow on was going to be to study one from the grocery store, like we did shrimp, but timing never worked out right. Maybe we’ll check it out again someday and do that.
Have you ever looked for truth in fiction books?
A couple of weeks ago Mama to 4 Blessings linked drawing out a primeval reptile’s head. I love the visual of that, and we forgot to do that when we covered that chapter.
I loved these snakes over at Learning Hypothisis to demonstrate gravity.
Over at All Things Beautiful she found these great worksheets on whales and a few other fun things on the course website for Apologia Swimming Creatures. I keep forgetting to check these out.
Books 4 Learning reviewed a cute picture book about insects this week. I’ve pinned it for next time we get to Flying Creatures.