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    manipulatives and the tablet at the same time. After a while, he gave up on both of them and turned his attention to something else. For the rest center time, he played on the carpet by himself with a musical caterpillar that lit up with the press of a button. He seemed to enjoy himself so much with that caterpillar. Every once in awhile, he would jump up and move around, but he would go right back to that…

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    but he didn’t have that anymore. He did anything to try to fit into his new world. Francisco admired his class caterpillar and wanted to be just like it. In the story, Francisco said, "Sometimes it was hard to spot him because he blended in with the green leaves and twigs." I think that in that moment Francisco wished that he could blend in with the American culture like the caterpillar did with the leaves and twigs. Also, in the story every time Francisco tried to speak Spanish his teacher said…

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    (1996). From caterpillar to butterfly. New York, NY: HarperCollins. AGE JUSTIFICATION: This factual book is suitable for preschool children ages 4 to 8. The colorful illustrations throw a twist in the so-called “norm” of children’s nonfiction being that the genre of books…

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    Some people will reject the idea of eating bugs immediately. They have a predetermined mindset that bugs are dirty and gross. What they do not know though, is that they have been eating bugs all of their lives. In the United States of America the Food and Drug Administration, also known as the FDA, runs the show when it comes to protecting the health of its citizens. One of the many topics that they govern over is the safety of food consumed. This is important because the FDA is forgiving when…

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    Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade. The Lexile level to this book is 250L. Which is targeted for 1st grade readers. This is a great short book children can read after a lesson on how a caterpillar becomes a butterfly. As a teacher you can also incorporate a fiction book to go along with this book called “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”. It’s really important that we also incorporate non fiction literature into our classrooms for reading. In conclusion, it’s important that we look at Lexile levels when…

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    Dawkins now starts to switch to natural selection. He begins with the discussion of plants have a part in insects and birds evolving. The plants bride the insects and birds with food. They are drawn in by the rich good taste of the flowers nectar. For bees, the flower leaves a sort of trace to guide them. This trace is in fact ultraviolet pigments that draw in the bees. Not only bees, but other creatures are able to see these pigments as well. Their systems are suited to view certain shapes,…

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    an example. A butterfly isn 't a butterfly at first, but is rather a caterpillar that hatches from an egg. As the caterpillar grows, it then makes a protective casing called a chrysalis. During its time in the chrysalis, the caterpillar changes and eventually comes out as a beautiful butterfly. Now how can one explain this without saying God created this amazing phenomenon? It is because of Gods grace that turns this caterpillar into an amazing butterfly. So it God cares about this little bug,…

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    Innovations, technologies, patents, and investments into research and development are an initiative where John Deere and Co. excels. John Deere is a leader in technological advancements. The company has “spent hundreds of millions of dollars on technologies that use detailed data on soil type, seed variety, and weather to help farmers cut costs and increase yields,” write Faulkner & Cebul (2014). These technologies are the future of agriculture. John Deere has focused on innovations,…

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    The butterfly is a perfect way to describe a transition for something. This insect starts life as a caterpillar, then twists itself into a cocoon. During the time the caterpillar lies dormant, insulated off from the rest of the world, there is a period of great transformation and change. Finally, after this time of self-imposed hiding and transition, the caterpillar awakens and transforms into this beautiful butterfly. A change is a like a restart at something, it can change you for the better,…

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    rabbit-hole. Alice did drink out of the bottle that says “drink me” and she gets really small she also eats out of the cake that was under the table that says “eat me” and she get small a gain she also forget the key on the table. She meets the caterpillar and he tells her that if she eats one half out of the mushroom she can grew taller and the other half could make her go small. When she eats one half of the mushroom she grew…

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