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The Bug WalkAdd to list Details
In this fun group activity involving music and movement, learners are introduced to the idea that many insects walk by using their legs to create "alternating triangles." Learners sing the "Ants Go Ma
I Spy, Describing InsectsAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners observe and describe the physical and behavioral characteristics of insects, including crickets.
Going Buggy: Three Body PartsAdd to list Details
In this fun snack and craft activity, young learners make "Ants on a Log" and their own model of an insect. The purpose is to learn the three main insect body parts—head, thorax and abdomen.
Hungry as a CaterpillarAdd to list Details
In this indoor and outdoor activity, learners discover that insects grow and develop as do all living things, going through a process known as complete metamorphosis.
A Slice of Apple Fly
In this activity, learners build an instrument for catching and observing flies. Learners act as entomologists, attract flies into a jar using a slice of apple, and then observe the flies' behavior.
Lupine and ButterfliesAdd to list Details
In this two-part activity about the connection between the lupine plant and butterflies, learners first read "Miss Rumphius," a storybook about lupine by Barbara Cooney.