Happy spring everyone! I love this time of year.
The warmer weather, the longer days, the brighter skies – it’s all great stuff! It’s just the BUGS that bother me.
When I was a child, I was deathly afraid of almost everything that had more than four legs. (Except potato bugs. They’re adorable.)
But I’ve been learning to love bugs along with my kids, who think they’re awesome. So I thought I’d share a free Bug Printables Pack with all of you!
This would make a great science resource to cover before heading out on a nature walk.
You could also pair it with a unit about insects, spring, summer, or ecosystems!
Read on to get your copy! And don’t miss our fun list of kids’ activities about insects!
Free Bug Printables Pack
This free Bug Printables Pack has over 25 pages of insect-themed fun!
To use this set of insect identification printables, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Laminator (if you want to reuse the flashcards in the future)
- A set of bug flashcards (labeled and blank)
- Bug identification pages with color pictures and traceable names
- And insect coloring pages
Students can practice reading the correct names for each insect and then tracing the names themselves.
Use the insect identification flashcards to help kids learn how to quickly spot common insects in the neighborhood.
And don’t forget to use the coloring pages for a quick art activity!
If you want to reuse this activity later, laminate the pages and let students write on them with dry erase markers. Perfect for science centers!
Scroll down to get your free Bug Printables Pack!
Don’t miss these other spring activities for kids!
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