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Pest World for Kids: Worms in Dirt
Pest World for Kids

By crushing up Oreo® cookies and adding some gummy worms, you can make a pile of dirt that you can play in (and eat) without getting dirty!

Pest World for Kids: Beetles
Pest World for Kids

There are 12,000 different kinds of beetles in the United States and over 300,000 species in the world.

Pest World for Kids: Termites
Pest World for Kids

Termites are known as “silent destroyers” because of their ability to chew through wood, flooring and even wallpaper undetected.

Pest World for Kids: The Amazing World of Ants
Pest World for Kids

Dr. Mike Bentley, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, is here to teach children about insects such as ants, and show them how to do an easy and safe experiment to explore the world of insects in their own backyard.

Pest World for Kids: Pest Quest - Honey, What's for Dinner, G'dday Cuz, and There's Always Room f...
Pest World for Kids

Honey, what’s for dinner, g’dday cuz and there’s always room for dessert!

Pest World for Kids: Pest Quest - Mites of a Feather, Ant-ertainment, and Rodents' Poop Clues!
Pest World for Kids

Mites of a feather, ant-ertainment and rodents’ poop clues!

Pest World for Kids: Pest Quest - Sneaky Bed Bugs, Stowaway Cockroaches, and Hairy Hagmoths!
Pest World for Kids

Sneaky bed bugs, stowaway cockroaches and hairy hagmoths!

Pest World for Kids: What Makes Lightning Bugs Glow?
Pest World for Kids

One of the most magical things about summer is seeing fireflies light up the backyard at night underneath the emerging stars.

Pest World for Kids: Celery and Pretzel Butterflies
Pest World for Kids

You can make a beautiful butterfly that will not fly away with celery, pretzels and a few other delicious treats!

Pest World for Kids: Birds
Pest World for Kids

Birds are feathered, winged, egg-laying vertebrates.

Pest World for Kids: Ticks
Pest World for Kids

There are about 200 species in the United States.

Pest World for Kids: Why Do Termites Eat Wood?
Pest World for Kids

In this edition of the Pest Professor, Dr. Jim Fredericks, entomologist for the National Pest Management Association, is here to teach children why termites eat wood and show off some eye-catching examples of termite damage.