Using Critters to Get Kids Fitter! 

Check out the series!

Check out the series!

Lady Bug debuts in When a Lady Bug Can’t Hug. Her hugging days get abruptly stopped when a virus is hopping from bug to bug very quick, and all the bugs have to stay home so they don’t get sick. Though first sad, Lady Bug finds a way to connect through the heart, while still staying six feet apart.

Lady Bug’s love for other bugs and desire to help continue in Wearing a Mask Says I Love You. Lady Bug connects with all her bug friends on the phone so they can help from home. Together, they come up with a plan to help the ANT Army fight the invisible enemy. While social distancing and practicing all the CDC guidelines, these bugs work through the night by firefly light to make masks for the ANT Army and deliver them with touchless delivery.

In The Resili-ANTs, for the love of other bugs, some bugs go to the Self Quar-ANT-ine Tree. Brilli-ANT discovers that testing defeats the virus’s invisibility, and that they can develop ANT-ibodies. Lead by L-ANT-ern and armed with a plan including masks, tests, track and trace, the ANTs become the Resili-ANTS. Illuminated by firefly light, this trans-PARENT leadership story will have kids finding their voices and their roles as combat-ANTs in defeating the invisible enemy.
Cooped up doesn’t fly with this Bizzy Bee! Bizzy debuts with An Adventure in Movement. Join her and her positive energy as she darts through her everyday and happens upon kids stuck inside. “If you can’t come to the critters, I’ll bring them to you!” Bizzy positively problem solves. She takes us all on a journey through a fun adventure in movement with animal-inspired physical activities that will help you move your antennas, wings, and all critter things. Work through ruffled feathers as we inchworm together, with laughs to help move us all emotionally and physically through difficult topics and on to raising hands, feet, and spirits!