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    can hear me, hands on you nose” and so on mimicking the actions with the children. 2. I will then either gather them on the carpet or line them up to go to the activity room, depending on the designated day. 3. Once we are in our designated destination, I will sing the song make a circle to get everyone to sit on their own rug. I will then ask the children if they know the song itsy bitsy spider and if they can help me sing and act out the song. This is when I will start to sing the song “itsy bitsy spider” while doing the actions. 4. Once the song is over I will talk about how important it is to never give up just like the spider. I will then introduce them to the spider web game. I will give a brief explanation on how to play and then talk about trying over and over again and using different coping skills to help relax when something is difficult. 5.…

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    shouldn’t expect students to sit quietly and stay focused on them as they go through a lesson. That’s why young students require long recesses and P.E. time. Teachers can incorporate some movement activities into their daily classroom routines. Taking breaks throughout the day can be beneficial to the students and teacher. These breaks can contain musical activities with movement, such as; fingerplays, dancing, action songs, dramatizations, imitation, moving to musical elements, and singing…

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    Lavinia let out a screech that would have put goosebumps on any person that would have heard it. She flipped on the lights, turned toward the man that had cleared his throat, and began to back away from him towards the back door. “It’s no use trying to run through the back door. I barred it shut from the outside. You really do need to learn to lock the windows of your home, you made it much too easy for me to get inside.” Lavinia immediately recognized the man standing in her home, even though…

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    going through your body. Chapter 9 creates tension by going up and down in emotions. The tension rises in chapter 9 when Arthur goes outside. He and spider stood on the grass, ‘We saw no one. No shadow fell across the grass.’ (quote book). ‘’We saw no one’ is a short sentence that makes you feel like something’s going to happen; Foreshadowing. Foreshadowing is when you give hints that something is going to happen before it actually happens. For example, it was a gloomy night, suggests that…

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    Stepping into the dark gloomy hallway, I examined the situation. The walls had blood splattered on them. The floor now home to several young corpses. Luckily none moved when I poked them with my umbrella, giving me the signal it was clear. After I gave my friends a thumbs up, they hurried into the hallway. Lights flickered on and off quickly. "What's with the lights?" Samie pondered, trying to stay quiet. But before I could answer Samie, I heard a loud thud as if something or someone fell.…

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    Arachnid Research Paper

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    Over the course of history, spiders have been the subject of stories and legends pertaining to various civilizations. These tales were prevalent in the societies of Ancient Greece, Medieval Europe, and Native American tribes. Ancient stories associated with spiders continue to endure among the people of West Africa and the Caribbean, for they are often recounted and acknowledged today. The term arachnid is derived from the Greek myth of Arachne and Athena. Confident in her capacity to weave…

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    But in Charlotte’s Web, White creates a spider character that’s hard not to like. By the end of the book, most readers have fallen in love with this Charlotte character. Charlotte becomes friends with Wilbur forming a loving bond. When the characters learn that Wilbur is destined to die once winter rolls around. Charlotte comes up with a clever plan to makes everyone view Wilbur as an extraordinary pig. Charlotte creates webs with words in them: “Some pig, terrific, radiant, and humble.” With…

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    Presence Of Arachnophobia

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    Northern Kentucky Although Spiders provide a plethora of benefits to our community, they continue to be one of the most feared insects not only in the Northern Kentuckian area, but also throughout the world. In this project, I will hopefully come to a conclusion on why people generally fear spiders, which is an actual diagnosis called Arachnophobia. Spiders are in the arachnid class, which is the reason the condition is called Arachnophobia. Arachnophobia is usually defined as an abnormal or…

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    Twenty-five samples of insect communities from each area were collected and comparisons were made amongst the diversity levels of the differing populations. Although, the species and subspecies of the arthropods found in both environments were quite similar, some insects were present in greater quantities in one environment as a result of the varying factors favoring the survival of the insect populations. The arthropods were divided into the following ten morphospecies; Spiders, Coleoptera,…

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    She turns her head to the door. “Oh my G-nkahfvusbfkbidnkfov.” she tries to say but wasn’t able to for the attack of the creepy-crawlies and they were crawling over her. We were cheering loudly like we were at a football game. Soon, the spiders and worms cleared up so we could see the woman, looking more horrible than ever. “You came back!” we shouted. We see Arachni crawling up to us. He crawls up and unlocks the cage. “Get our parents too!” I say happily. Arachni and friends go to make a web…

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