Our collection of educational resources relating to insects and entomology from the Royal Entomological Society, Insect Week partners and other sources.

Have you created a fantastic insect-related learning resource that we can include here?  Contact Fran Sconce Senior Outreach & Learning Officer.

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  • Association of Animal Behaviour learning resources

    Free resources about animal behaviour…

  • British Dragonfly Society

    Activities, posters, creative ideas and identification guides for Key Stage 1, 2 and 3 about dragonflies & damselflies. Find the resources on the British Dragonfly Society website.

  • Insect morphology infographics

    The BioLinks team at the Field Studies Council has created some informative and accessible infographics highlighting different insect group’s key features. Find all the infographics on the ‘Bee, beetle, or bug? An introduction to insect morphology‘ blogpost on the Field Studies Council website. This project was supported National…

  • Insects in green spaces

    This guide from the Royal Entomological Society gives you an overview of the different types of insects, with advice on how you might create a place for them to live in a green space near you. RES_A5 Insects_web artworkDownload…

  • INSTAR – Magazine for Young Entomologists

    Magazine for Young Entomologists from the Royal Entomological Society.

  • LNHS London Wildlife Guides

    Guides to insects in the London area…

  • Mini Documentary – Large Red Damselfly

    A brilliant short documentary on the Large Red Damselfly by Jamie (Eagle Eyed Girl), age 7 at the time of recording. Fantastic learning resource for those who want to know more about damselflies.

  • OPAL identification guides

    Free identification resources from OPAL.

  • RES British Insects poster

    A poster covering all the groups or taxonomic orders of insects in the Britain.

  • Riverfly Partnership resources

    The Riverfly Partnership supports projects that are designed to assess the health of Britain’s rivers. Volunteers are trained to become citizen scientists and join a team to monitor their local river. They detect and report serious pollution incidents and create long-term data sets. Find resources for children and…