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(I) Insects are Interesting

(I) Insects are Interesting
(I) Insects are Interesting
(I) Insects are Interesting
(I) Insects are Interesting
(I) Insects are Interesting
(I) Insects are Interesting
(I) Insects are Interesting
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“I” Insects are Interesting:
Children should be educated to find insects interesting rather than terrifying. All creatures on earth have a purpose and so do “bugs”. Lifecycles can be discussed and observed. Body parts, number of legs, the ability to camophlage are many areas to explore. As a young girl I love to catch bugs in a jar. Be sure to educate students to be respect to other living creatures. Be gentle, provide a quality habitat, and release as soon as possible. Insects have a short life span. Once again remember to access to our free “Learn about Glyph” to be sure to use them to the full potential. There are limitless books about bugs. Butterfly, ladybug, ant, beetles and their habitats are all interesting to read. Here are some general books on bugs (rather than being specific):
- HAVE YOU SEEN BUGS? – By: Joanne Oppenheim
- How to Hide Butterfly and other Insects: By: Ruth Heller’s
- Colours of Insects: By Laura Purdie Salas
- Bugs for Lunch By: Margery Facklam
- When the fly flew in… By: Lisa Weterberg Peters
- Lift the Flat Creepy Crawlies By: Peter Scott
- The Big Bug Book By: Margery Flacklam
- The Icky Bug Alphaphet Book By: Jerry Pallotta
- Creepy Crawly Calypso By: Tony Langham

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12 pages
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