1. Explore your green area and look in the grass and bushes for grasshoppers, crickets, katydids, etc.
2. After capturing one, see if you can identify it using the bug book.
3. Then draw your bug and label it if you can.
For extra help drawing your insects, do to our Drawing Insects section.
Drawing Animals Book
For learning to draw common forest animals, ask your librarian for Drawing Adirondack Wildlife (Exploring Nature Educational Resource Press).
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