There’s no feeling like holding a tarantula for the first time.
Asian Forest Scorpions are regular visitors to Lady Buggy programs.
Giant millipedes never cease to charm.
These day campers patiently wait for their turn to hold an isopod (pillbug).
Which one is the real tarantula exoskeleton? (OK I’ll tell you it’s the one on the right.)
Giant centipedes capture interest like nothing else!
This adorable little caterpillar is called a waxworm.
LCD microscopes are easy to use and everyone can see at the same time.
It’s mantis man!
A Calgary teacher is amazed at her own courage as she holds a fuzzy little tarantula.
A girl holds a big beautiful hornworm caterpillar.
Tailless whipscorpions are great for overcoming fears. They look scary but are completely harmless.
This one-of-a-kind game will teach your students about pollination and insect senses.
Zebra isopods: cute, handleable, hardy, and ideal class pets.
This preschooler carefully examines some insect life cycle models.
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