Bug Games & Videos

Arachnid Games & Videos

Play Word-O-Rama
Arachnid Word-O-Rama
educational games
Arachnid Letterfall
educational spelling game
Arachnid Hangmouse
educational game
Arachnid Unscramble
educational games
Arachnid Spelling Game
educational game
Arachnid Wordsearch
educational games and videos
Scorpion Video
educational videos and games
Giant Tarantula Video
jigsaw puzzle game
Tarantula Jigsaw
jigsaw puzzle game
Scorpion Jigsaw

Insect Games & Videos

Play Word-O-Rama
Honeybee Word-O-Rama
Play Word-O-Rama
Butterfly Word-O-Rama
educational spelling game
Honeybee Wordsearch
educational games
Honeybee Letterfall
educational spelling game
Honeybee Hangmouse
educational game
Honeybee Unscramble
educational games
Honeybee Spelling Game
educational spelling game
Butterfly Wordsearch
educational games
Butterfly Letterfall
educational spelling game
Butterfly Hangmouse
educational game
Butterfly Unscramble
educational games
Butterfly Spelling Game
educational games and videos
Creepy Crawlies Video
educational games and videos
Match Three – Bugs
educational videos and games
Giant Centipede Video
educational videos and games
Big Bugs Video
jigsaw puzzle game
Centipede Jigsaw
jigsaw puzzle game
Bugs Jigsaw
Bubble Bug
Bubble Bug

Bug Games & Videos

Kids are either fascinated by or scared to death of bugs! Arachnids of all kinds can be scary at first, but they’re not so frightening when children learn more about them. Goliath tarantulas and emperor scorpions seem deadly and dangerous, but these educational science videos can help students realize that they’re not as deadly as they seem. Children of all ages can learn about the giant African millipede, arachnids of all sorts, honeybees, butterflies, and other bugs of all kinds. This site uses videos, music, puzzles, games, word searches, and jigsaw puzzles to help students learn more about nature and the adaptation of bugs to their environments. Elementary school, middle school, and even high school students can learn more about bugs and practice science skills quickly and easily.

After students finish learning about bugs, they can learn about animals like amphibians, crustaceans, and even marsupials. Both American students and students learning ESL (English as a Second Language) can improve their science vocabulary skills and learn more about nature with online flash games and online lessons. Teachers can use these games and activities to help their students learn more about bugs. And the kids will have fun while learning!