If you give a homeschool mom a bug (especially an eyed click beetle) . . .
. . . then, she’ll call her kids to come see it.
First, she’ll want her camera so she can take a picture of it.
When the kids see the bug, they’ll want to know what kind it is, and if it can fly, and they’ll show the mom its mouth and eyes.
When the bug flies away, the mom will tell the kids to get the field guide and try to find one like it. Then the kids will draw a picture of it in their nature journals.
The mom will look for information on the internet and in her books and figure out a way to make a lesson out of it . . .
And then she’ll ask the kids to find another bug.Share this: