These sites are about grasshoppers. Here you will find information about these insects and their environment, how to observe them, or how to take care of them in captivity. There are audio files, quizzes, pictures, and more. Included is an eThemes resource on insects.
Think Safe! Be Safe!
Students can learn about self protection by observing grasshoppers and other insects in this lesson activity.
Grasshoppers, Locusts, and Relatives
This site has lots of pictures of grasshoppers and their relatives. Click on the "Sounds" tab to hear audio files of the sounds these insects make.
Grand Look at Grasshoppers
Learn all about grasshoppers on this site. There are facts, a quiz, a short video, and more. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Students can learn about grasshoppers and their environment by reading information from this site. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Animal Corner: All About Grasshoppers
This site has lots of pictures and information about grasshoppers. Learn about their anatomy, life cycle, and behavior. Includes trivia and a quiz. NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
Click on the links to read grasshopper facts or play an online game.
Enchanted Learning: Grasshopper
Color in the picture of a grasshopper online, or click the link to view a label-me printout.
G is for Grasshopper
Here is a page that you can print out and color.
Here is a picture of a grasshopper that you can print out and color.
Coloring Page II
Here is another picture of a grasshopper that you can print out and color.
This page has audio files of the sounds that different grasshopper species make.
This fact sheet has information on how to care for grasshoppers in captivity.
eThemes Resource: Animals: Insects
Explore these websites about insects and their relatives. Included are picture galleries of different types of insects, insect themed activities and games, and insect recipes. There are also online videos, audio clips, and quizzes. Included are eThemes resources on ants, bees, ladybugs, butterflies, silkworms, and grasshoppers.
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