Creepy Crawly Activities for Kids Who Love Bugs
Use simple materials to build a "worm hotel" with your kindergarten soil scientist...and see what worms really do all day.
Here's an easy experiment that lets your first grader practice the scientific method, while watching a caterpillar eat.
Help your child hunt and capture bugs to observe to practice important science skills and satisfy her curiosity simultaneously!
Beetles come in many shapes and colors. Here's how your second grade child can create his own beetles to paint and play with!
Young nature lovers will find plenty of insects, spiders, and other crawlers in this engaging coloring worksheet.
In this art project, budding entomologists will create a larger than life, moveable puppet version of a praying mantis.
Create a habitat for a butterfly right in your own backyard, and build your first grader's science knowledge while you're at it.
Boys might wrinkle their noses at the thought of gardening, but we guarantee they'll like this activity! Make a recycled terrarium full of bug-eating plants.
Recycling may be a confusing concept for your little one, so take the time to teach them the magic of compost - right in your own backyard!