Explore the world of termites with the Totally Termites lesson plan, which includes a close-up look at termite specimens, special termite adaptations and insect anatomy.
The Termitology lesson plan will engage students in an inquiry-based study of the ecology of termites.
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.
Power in numbers, pill bugs on a roll and ticked off!
Honey, what’s for dinner, g’dday cuz and there’s always room for dessert!
Bombs away, vampire mommies and warring termites!
A fish that’s not a fish, skipping for ham and cheese, and undercover termites!
Will termites have the same craving for fast food as humans do? Watch as we introduce 100,000 termites into the tank!
Will termites be able to chew through the alphabet A to Z? Watch as 100,000 termites swarm a dictionary.
Termites can take a big bite out of your wallet in more ways than one. Watch as 100,000 termites feast on cellulose-rich paper bills.
Watch as 100,000 termites devour a canvas shoe, racing through the sneaker. If you suspect or spot a termite infestation in your home, run for help!