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Icky Bug Colors

by Jerry Pallotta

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Summary: This book uses real life bugs to identify different colors.

Personal Effect: My son and I had a blast reading this book. I loved the way the author even went as far to incorporate patterns on the bugs. This is something I would have overlooked but instead we got to learn about them as well.

Extension: Have an outdoor class and see how many bugs we can see and identify colors. Learn about the contrast of light and dark
  rachel.bynum | Sep 26, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439389178, Paperback)

Kids will love this adorable book that teaches all about colors -- with help from the ickiest bugs around!

All the bright colors kids love are featured in this young picture book. The stars are icky bugs, which are at times icky but can also have gorgeous, intricate designs sure to amaze readers.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:28:25 -0400)

Uses insects to teach colors.

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