Students will hoot and howl with ideas after listening to “Spiders, Bats and Wolves…Oh My!” 

Why not add to their excitement with animal poetry. 

Explore various kinds of poetry: haiku, prose, and rhyme…

Have students choose an animal of which to write their poem about. 

Encourage them to create masks or props to use as they present their animal poems to the class.

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Touché Songs:

Grey Wolf

Mr. Arachnid

The Little Brown Bat

A Hibernating Kind of Bear

Should I Stay or Should I Go

Owl Talk

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Mammal, Arachnid, Arthropod, Hibernation

Migration, Nocturnal, Omnivore, Prey

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