32 lessons to help students investigate online. Students discover the food a bug eats (live plants, dead and decaying matter, other insects), how it stays alive (avoiding predation), where it lives (air, on or in trees, grass, underground, in or on water), how it moves (flying, running, digging, wiggling, swimming), how it changes (partial or complete metamorphosis), and how it contributes to life on the planet (pest or friendly to humans).
Students have a lot of bugs to choose from: the ant, aphid, black widow spider, caterpillar, centipede, click beetle, cockroach, cricket, darkling beetle, dragonfly, earthworm, firefly, green stink bug, honeybee, house fly, jumping spider, June bug, ladybug, monarch butterfly, mosquito, moth, pincher bug, praying mantis, roly-poly, scorpion, slug, snail, tarantula, walking stick, water strider, wolf spider, or yellow jacket.
Take a look at the Preview to see samples of the pages three formats available to you in this packet.
If you would like more, here are the others in this series:
Internet Research: Pets
Internet Research: Insects, Bugs and Spiders
Internet Research: Money