This category lists pages and sites about insects. All pages are suitable for children to use for school projects and/or personal enjoyment.
Club for young insect enthusiasts. Runs field events and trips during the year providing meeting with experts, publishes a colorful magazine, and has a forum, fun and games.
A large collection of photos of ants in the their natural habit in Arizona. Photos are divided by species.
The fascinating stories of insects and the roles they play in our lives. Includes photos, lesson ideas, and links to other sites.
A dichotomous key for identifying unknown bugs.
Article reveals the tremendous damage insects can do.
Lists where they can be found, what they eat, and what they look like.
See pictures and view brief information about many types of bugs found in a garden.
It's a natural reaction to be frightened of some insects, but some large bugs are not harmful at all. This site teaches kids to distinguish between harmless bugs and their not-so-harmless relatives.
Name that bug, bug identification, printable insect pictures, and teacher lessons.
An encyclopedia of Internet insect resources.
Celebrate the unique qualities of the insect world through the artwork and written expressions of children. Insect humor, facts, and related sites are also featured.
Recipes with bug themes, guess the bug, and what bugs do in each month of the year.
University of Kentucky website providing photos and information about the state's insects, spiders, and other arthropods.
Photos of leafcutter ants in action.
Explains what is and isn't an insect. Includes the parts of the body, how they eat, see, and breathe, why insects are helpful and when they are pests.
Close-up images of many insects including many species of ants, bees, beetles, and butterflies.
Has live webcams looking at ants and beetles.
Video clips and Flash animations give a first-hand look into the weird world of insects. From PBS.
Explores the kinds of bugs that live in your home and even on your body. From PBS.
Java games and flashcards help students learn terms related to insects.
Traveling "live" insect exhibit. Offers school visits, bug listings, videos, and links.
Numerous pictures, facts, and videos of bumblebees, mining bees, wasps, and ants. Includes a page of unidentified wasps and a call for viewers to help identify them.
A kid-friendly site with an abundance of information about insects and related organisms.
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