For ages 4-6, I gave a brief lesson about bugs and how their shape, colors, and behavior is highly adapted to their environment, predators, and food choice. I showed them examples of environments/predators/food and had them discuss which kind of bug they expected, and why, then revealed one potential bug choice. Then, I had each participant draw their own bugs based on certain environmental conditions. The parameters started off simpler like "Draw a bug that would live on a dark brown tree, eat leaves, doesn’t fly, and moves by walking around," but grew more complex to "draw a bug that only comes out at night." Each time, I would ask for volunteers to share their images and why their bugs were fit for their environment. Eventually, the students started to volunteer their own parameters, even questioning what attributes bugs would need to survive in outer space. I was surprised by the variation in their responses and the creative but mostly realistic responses they created.