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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: Termitology
Pest World for Kids

The Termitology lesson plan will engage students in an inquiry-based study of the ecology of termites.

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.

Pest World for Kids: Pest Quest - Power in Numbers, Pill Bugs On A Roll and Ticked Off!
Pest World for Kids

Power in numbers, pill bugs on a roll and ticked off!

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 - Bombs Away, Vampire Mommies, and Warring Termites!
Pest World for Kids

Bombs away, vampire mommies and warring termites!

Pest World for Kids: Will They Eat It? Fast Food
Pest World for Kids

Will termites have the same craving for fast food as humans do? Watch as we introduce 100,000 termites into the tank!

Pest World for Kids: Will They Eat It? Headphones
Pest World for Kids

Termites can cause damage out-of-sight and out-of-earshot. Watch as they chew through a pair of headphones with speed and ease.

Pest World for Kids: Will They Eat It? Towels
Pest World for Kids

The phrase “you are what you eat” really rings true for termites. After chewing through dyed cotton towels, they absorbed the dye color, turning blue and red!

Crash Course Kids: Big Changes in the Big Forest - Episode 38.2
Crash Course Kids

What do beavers, termites, and prairie dogs have in common?