Family Activities DIY Bug Catcher Crafts Summer season means so many bugs! If your kids are curious about insects, why not have them make their own bug catcher? Get the details on four ideas here. « Previous Next » Lish Dorset • July 2, 2015 Add Comment Total: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 We’re well underway with summer 2015 and with another summer season comes another season of … BUGS. Lots and lots of bugs! Spending time outside playing or enjoying a starry night by the campfire, you’re guaranteed to see your fair share. If your children are curious about all the critters and insects outside, have them try making their very own bug catcher. This week’s roundup has a few ideas for your kids to try just in time for the next outdoor gathering. Make Your Own Bug Catcher Get ready for a trip to the hardware store to make this bug catcher! Somewhat Simple shows you how to create your very own catcher with some basic hardware finds. DIY Lightning Bug Jar July is a great month to look for lightning bugs! Take a cue from The Girl Creative and have your kids personalize their own lightning bug jars. Pest Control Survival Kit Going Crazy! Wanna Go? has the right idea: When you’re about to spend time outside, be ready for any buggy situation! She shows you how to transform an empty plastic bottle into an on-the-go bug catcher. Lightning Bug Jar with Printable Speaking of lightning bugs, Positively Splendid offers a fun twist on a classic summer activity. Her printable offers your child a challenge – just HOW MANY bugs can they actually catch?!