BUGS. It’s the one thing that most kids are completely fascinated with. There are so many different types of bugs that you could spend an entire afternoon searching for these creepy crawlers with your family. That’s one of the reasons why our family loves the new National Geographic Ultimate Bugopedia. It’s a book filled with fascinating facts, lively text and more than 400 amazing images of the weirdest and wackiest insects from all over the globe.
The natural world experts at National Geographic have compiled the ultimate resource for kids ages 7-10. This fully photographic book features familiar insects such as bugs, beetles, wasps, bees, ants caterpillars, butterflies, dragonflies, spiders, flies, crickets and grasshoppers, and centipedes and millipedes. Each insect profile is accompanied by Did You Know? facts and fact boxes that provide the scientific name, size, diet, and habitat of each insect. So as your kids are having fun looking at insects from all over the world they will also be learning at the same time!
The Bugopedia was selected as a 2014 Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students K-12 by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and the Children’s Book Council, this fresh, exciting and accurate title allows bug lovers to get up close and personal with these amazing creatures. Along with the book National Geographic Kids sent me a Ultimate Ant Eater Bug Vac to help those of us who would like to look at bugs up close and personal without really having to touch them.
The amazing folks at National Geographic Kids is offering a insect-obsessed Mom Luck reader the chance to win a copy of National Geographic Kids Ultimate Bugopedia AND a bug vac shaped like an anteater (ARV $51)! This prize pack will help young naturalists collect and identify insects,then safely release the insects back into nature. It’s so much fun!
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