Bug Bites and Stings
Hey! A Bedbug Bit Me!
A bedbug is a small (about the size of a pencil eraser), flat, reddish-brown bug that can be found in homes all over the world. Learn more about bedbugs.
Hey! A Black Widow Spider Bit Me!
The black widow spider is one of six poisonous kinds of spiders in the United States. Learn more about them!
Hey! A Brown Recluse Spider Bit Me!
The brown recluse spider is one of six poisonous kinds of spiders in the United States. Learn more about the brown recluse spider.
Hey! A Chigger Bit Me!
Chiggers are a tiny red type of mite. Learn more about itchy chiggers in this article.
Hey! A Fire Ant Stung Me!
Fire ants think they're hot stuff. Learn how to handle them in this article for kids.
Hey! A Flea Bit Me!
A flea is a small (no bigger than the head of a pin) brown bug with a hard shell. Learn more about fleas and how they affect you in this fun article just for kids.
Hey! A Gnat Bit Me!
A gnat is a very tiny insect, no bigger than the head of a pin. Learn more about gnats.
Hey! A Louse Bit Me!
Lice need to suck blood to survive, and they sometimes live on people's heads and lay eggs in their hair. Get the lowdown on lice in this article.
Hey! A Mosquito Bit Me!
There are thousands of different kinds of mosquitoes in many different sizes and colors. Learn all about mosquitoes and how they bite you in this article.
Hey! A Scorpion Stung Me!
Scorpions are about three inches long (about the length of a crayon), with eight legs and a small pair of claws that look like crabs' claws. Read all about them.
Hey! A Tarantula Bit Me!
A tarantula is a black, hairy spider that is about two to three inches long. Learn all about spiders and tarantulas in this fun article for kids.
Hey! A Bee Stung Me!
Bee, or honeybee, is the word many people use to describe any flying insect that has wings and a stinger. Learn more about bees.
Hey! A Tick Bit Me!
A tick attaches itself to the skin of a person or animal and sucks blood. If you have a dog, it may have picked up a tick before! Learn more about ticks in this article for kids.