Insects: Methods Of Controlling Harmful Insects II



Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we’re going to become “Bug Busters” and learn all about “Methods of Controlling Harmful Insects!” It’s going to be a buzz-worthy adventure!

Insects: Methods Of Controlling Harmful Insects II

Insects: Methods Of Controlling Harmful Insects II

Okay, imagine you’re in your garden, and you see those pesky insects eating your favorite plants again. What do you do? Don’t worry; we’re going to learn some amazing ways to stop them!

These methods are like superhero moves that help protect our plants from harmful insects.

Imagine you have a magical bug net. When you put it around your garden, it keeps the naughty insects away, just like a shield! 🦟✨

Ways to Controlling Harmful Insects

Ways to Controlling Harmful Insects

Have you ever seen a scarecrow in a field? 🌾 It wears funny clothes and scares away birds. We can make scarecrows for our garden too, and they can help keep the bad insects away.

But wait, there’s more! We can also use something called “companion planting.” It’s like inviting good insect friends to our garden party!

Ways to Controlling Harmful Insects

Think of it like this – imagine you love having pizza, but you don’t like spicy sauce. So, you invite your friend who loves spicy sauce to your party. Now, you both have a great time! 🍕🌶️

Some plants, like marigolds, have a special smell that naughty insects don’t like. When we plant marigolds near our other plants, it’s like inviting a friend who keeps away the bad insects.

Today, we learned some super cool ways to control harmful insects: using bug nets, scarecrows, and inviting good insect friends to our garden.


Here’s a fun task for you! Imagine you’re a superhero gardener. Draw a picture of yourself using one of these methods to protect your plants. Show it to your family and share your superhero story!


Can you tell me one way we can control harmful insects in our garden? 🌻 Raise your hand and share your superhero gardening idea!

Reading Assignment: 

Ask your grown-ups to find a book or look online for stories about gardeners and how they protect their plants from insects. You might discover more exciting tricks!

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