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Grade 4 Taxonomy
Insects are
  1. arthropods.
  2. worms.
  3. echinoderms.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Insects are
  1. invertebrates.
  2. vertebrates.
  3. reptiles.
Grade 1 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 1 Taxonomy
Grade 11 Problem and Solution

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The author's references to spiders, crawfish, and earthworms in the last line of the passage serves to:
  1. introduce a new class of insects.
  2. explain the problem with calling insects bugs.
  3. highlight insects that have multiple legs.
  4. describe insects and bugs that help the environment.
Grade 11 Main Idea

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This passage is primarily concerned with:
  1. educating readers about the definition of an insect.
  2. introducing readers to a specific type of insect.
  3. collecting data for further research on insects.
  4. investigating the habits and manners of insects.
Grade 3 Anatomical Organization
What are antennae?
  1. a tongue
  2. feelers on an insect's head
  3. a way to blend in
  4. insect jaws
Grade 4 Zoology
The two antennae are the insect's
  1. feet.
  2. fishers.
  3. feelers.
  4. mouth.
Grade 3 Fact and Opinion
Grade 1 Zoology
Grade 3 Zoology
Grade 11 Context Clues

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As it is used in line 6, the word "bugs" most nearly means:
  1. another word for insect
  2. a word for a specific class of insects
  3. another term for ladybug
  4. a word representing the insect class as a whole
Grade 5 Zoology
What is an abdomen?
  1. pair of feelers on an insect's head
  2. insect jaw
  3. insect body part that contains the heart and stomach
  4. stage of complete metamorphosis
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