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Bugs are flyers and crawlers, diggers and wigglers! Discover the biology of arthropods and then show insects at their beautiful best in their natural habitats.
Did you know that there are more species of insects than any other animal class in the world? There is so much to learn about these fascinating arthropods, both inside and outside of their bodies. You’ll find that arthropods have hard exteriors called exoskeletons that cover them and that they are the largest group of invertebrates.
Bring out the magnifying glasses and specimens for this science adventure! After an intense investigation of insect and arachnid habitats, anatomy, and nature’s intense coloring, you are ready to demonstrate your knowledge about these tiny flying and crawling creatures.
For the background, use the Crayola® Color Switchers™ Markers to draw realistic insect habitats such as tree branches and leaves, flowers, logs, or rocks.
Flip the Marker and apply the special color switcher to draw insects directly on top of your background. Notice how the colors seem to leap off the page. Enlarge your arthropods as if you were seeing them through a magnifying glass. Remember to keep them anatomically accurate.
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