A guide to learning via splattered bug guts

I don’t like pumping gas. I always get impatient. I’m not really sure why as it doesn’t take all that long to fill up my gas tank but nonetheless it’s a task I don’t like.

That’s why, when filling up on a road trip recently, I was delighted to find a reason to chuckle as I pumped the gas yet again.


The gas station had a poster that taught kids about bugs based on the splattered remains on the car windshield.



What a creative idea.

What a conversation starter.

What an entry into dialogue.

What an invitation to learning.

What a way to make bug guts interesting.

And what a way to relieve the monotony of a long drive.


What’s your equivalent of learning via splattered bug guts?



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