YouTube video, Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly. Narrated from the perspective of the butterfly.

YouTube video, Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly. Narrated from the perspective of the butterfly.

Kids would love this activite. Im doing this in the spring when we learn about butterflies.

The Butterfly Life Cycle - What is a Chrysalis Like?

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This teacher did some really cool science experiments while learning about butterflies. They did activities that explored the butterfly compound eye, pollination, and the stages of life cycle. They even integrated math and literacy centers. This is a must read if you’re raising butterflies in your classroom! Plus you can download a free life cycle bulletin board set and butterfly math pages in the post.

Butterfly Life Cycle Resources & Free Printables

This teacher did some really cool science experiments while learning about butterflies. They did activities that explored the butterfly compound eye, pollination, and the stages of life cycle. They even integrated math and literacy centers. This is a must read if you’re raising butterflies in your classroom! Plus you can download a free life cycle bulletin board set and butterfly math pages in the post.

THere is a map on my Lap Reading from the book "There's a Map on My Lap!: All about Maps" by Tish Rabe, Aristides Ruiz (Illustrator)  From the Cat in the Hat's Learning Library  Voice: Tanya Wetzel Music: Micah Wetzel  Note: Some parts of the book were skipped in the reading/video. I'm not affiliated with Dr. Seuss or the Learning Library.   If you want to buy the book, you can find it here:

THere is a map on my Lap Reading from the book "There's a Map on My Lap!: All about Maps" by Tish Rabe, Aristides Ruiz (Illustrator) From the Cat in the Hat's Learning Library Voice: Tanya Wetzel Music: Micah Wetzel Note: Some parts of the book were skipped in the reading/video. I'm not affiliated with Dr. Seuss or the Learning Library. If you want to buy the book, you can find it here:

I think this is the most fun way to wrap up a kindergarten butterfly unit ever... “The students used their butterfly proboscis (straw) to sip nectar (apple juice) from a flower” This would be perfect to do when you return from releasing butterflies!

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