Cumulating activity after a study of insects. Students use what they have learned about insects and their characteristics, adaptations, and habitats to create their own new insects. They may invent an insect that lives in water, a dark cave, in soil, in dry sand, in snow, in the woods, in any habitat that would support insect life. Students design then build or draw a picture of their insect and write a description about it. Their insect should not exist in real life. It is imaginary. But it must designed it in such a way that it could survive in its habitat.