Insect Passport Winners Anncounced
As part of National Insect Week Buglife hosted 'Make an Insect Passport competition'. Over 80 children took part and the winners are ready to be announced.
National Insect Week (21st to the 27th June, 2010) is organised by the Royal Entomological Society and is supported by Buglife any many other organisations. It is a great way to get interested in insects and to find out how diverse they can be – even in your own garden. To find out more about National Insect Week click here.
The Insect Passport competition encouraged children to create their very own insect, decorate it and write a bit about it.
Winner of the Under 5 years, Alfie by Natasha, aged 4.
|Winner of 5 to 8 years, Star Eyed Apid Eater by Louis, aged 6|
|Winner of the 9 to 12 years, Tootabaz by Eloise, aged 9|
Some more of our Favorite designs....
|Under 5 years, Red ant by Krishna, aged 4|
|5 to 8 years, Lizard beetle by Aimee aged 5|
|9 to 12 years, Bright Spy Butterfly by Thea, aged 9|