Bugs resources for Preschool-Grade 3
Posted on May 20, 2021
Busy bugs buzz all around. Buzzing in the bushes and trees, buzzing in the morning, and buzzing at night. Learn about some of these busy bugs that are found in nature.
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Waiting for Wings
By Lois Ehlert
Log in to BookFlix and type INSECT in the search box. Beautiful collage and simple text combine to answer some common questions. Where do butterflies come from? How are they born? What do they eat – and how? Explore the puzzlers and word match to learn more.
By Martha E.H. Rustad
Log in to BookFlix and type INSECT in the search box. Full-color photographs provide readers with an up-close look at butterflies. Explore the puzzlers and word match to learn more.
What Kind of Bug Am I?
By Taylor Farley
Close-up images and intriguing clues encourage the reader to guess what bug will be featured on the next page. Additional facts about each bug included. Explore more titles on hoopla by typing BUG in the Advanced Keyword Search box.
Insects, A Science Opposites Book
By Pamela McDowell
Caterpillars crawl very slowly, then turn into insects that use wings to fly very fast. Discover the differences between these insect opposites and more. Explore more titles on hoopla by typing INSECT in the Advanced Keyword Search box.
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
By Bob Barner
Fun nonsense rhymes paired with bold illustrations introduce children to a variety of familiar bugs. Explore more titles on hoopla by typing BUG in the Advanced Keyword Search box.
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