Some Bugs features butterflies and moths, crickets and cicadas, and bumblebees and beetles. This zippy rhyming exploration of backyard-bug behavior is sure to have young insect enthusiasts bugging out with excitement!
Do It Yourself: Bugged Out Listening Activity
Have you ever listened to the sound of bugs? In this activity, close your eyes and listen carefully to the wonderful sounds. Try to figure out what you hear and sketch the wonderful world of bugs. Listening activities can be a great step to developing reading skills. For example, when teaching animal sounds, your child is learning to associate the picture of a bee (symbol) with “buzz” (the sound that it makes).This is exactly what they are practicing with they are learning the alphabet and learning to read!