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Insects are awesome! | TED Playlists | TED ::: Insects are awesome! 11 Insects are awesome! (11 talks) Bugs! Some say they're a nuisance, but we think they're a wonder. These insect-obsessed speakers share how ants form societies, how bees pollinate flowers, and how termites can be quite ... tasty.

Insects are awesome! | TED Playlists | TED ::: Insects are awesome! 11 Insects are awesome! (11 talks) Bugs! Some say they're a nuisance, but we think they're a wonder. These insect-obsessed speakers share how ants form societies, how bees pollinate flowers, and how termites can be quite ... tasty.

Why Do Leaves Change Color?  Find out with this simple, fun, and informative Science Experiment for kids in preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade and older too.  Perfect fall activities for kids. (homeschool, science) AWESOME EXPERIMENT! MUST TRY!!!

Why Do Leaves Change Color? Find out with this simple, fun, and informative Science Experiment for kids in preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade and older too. Perfect fall activities for kids. (homeschool, science) AWESOME EXPERIMENT! MUST TRY!!!

This visual example of erosion would help students understand how human activities can affect the landscape. One bottle could represent an untouched forest, another could represent an area with houses built, and another bottle could show land cleared for farming. The students would be able to see how humans can negatively impact Earth's natural processes.

This visual example of erosion would help students understand how human activities can affect the landscape. One bottle could represent an untouched forest, another could represent an area with houses built, and another bottle could show land cleared for farming. The students would be able to see how humans can negatively impact Earth's natural processes.

This project shows students that plants will always grow towards the light.  Students will enjoy seeing which direction the plant grows. Ask them to make predictions on which way they think the plants will grow then compare them with what actually happens.

This project shows students that plants will always grow towards the light. Students will enjoy seeing which direction the plant grows. Ask them to make predictions on which way they think the plants will grow then compare them with what actually happens.

Spiral rock sculpture...(no Diy) drill through stones, thread wire, twist to desired shape. Attach to a post.

Spiral rock sculpture...(no Diy) drill through stones, thread wire, twist to desired shape. Attach to a post.