Crab Education Sites
introduction to the hermit crab. "The hermit crab is a
type of crab that doesn't have a very hard shell. Not
a true crab, it uses other animals' old shells for protection;
they especially like old whelk shells. As the hermit crab
grows in size, it must find a larger shell..."
the literature book, A House for Hermit Crab, by Eric
Carle, the students will research Hermit Crabs, the environment
they live in, and develop a shadow puppet play, finding
and decorating a home for Hermit.Grade Level: 3-6 K-3,
Curriculum Areas: Literacy , Science, Visual & Performing
Crabs - Laura Carlson, Pat Dobson, Yvonne,
Kenyon Ann Abbuhl
unit introduces students to a unique creature of the tidepools-the
hermit crab! Students compile information and then create
a multi-media project. Grade Level: K-3 3-6 Curriculum
Areas: Literacy , Science, Applied Learning
ready for some fishy fun. You will learn about tide pool
animals, visit aquariums and ocean habitats on the Web,
write to a sea life expert, go on a sea hunt and write
an aquarium book. Grade Level: K-3, Curriculum
Literacy, Science, Applied Learning, Visual & Performing
Book Author, Illustrator
& Marine Educator.
Michael is the Author of 'Does Anybody Know Where A Hermit
Crab Goes?', the wonderful book about hermit crabs with
bright and cheerful illustrations.
will examine spending and saving decisions related to
the book, Kermit the Hermit, a crab who wished to repay
a poor boy's kindness but couldn't figure out how.
for first graders and their parents