When learning about "homes," children may initially think about their own homes or where they live. As children learn about bug homes, they realize that bugs are similar to us and need shelter, too. They begin to understand that bugs sometimes build homes together as a group or colony while others do it on their own. Children learn that these homes are all unique because they are built to help protect from predators, make, or catch food and give shelter from weather. As they learn about bug homes, they reflect on their own households and how their families work together to help one another.
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