To celebrate spring, I'm knocking a dollar of this packet, and pricing it at $4.95.
It includes a variety of quick, easy & fun, “Print & Go” activities that will help your students learn the life cycle of a butterfly.
Choose which one is appropriate for your kiddos, or give them a choice.
They are different enough so that you can do several: one to introduce your lesson, another to reinforce it.
You could also do one in class and tuck another in their backpacks for homework.
The packet includes:
* A Life Cycle of the Butterfly Wheel, which comes in full color so you can explain the science, then use as an independent center. There’s also one in black and white, so that students can make their own.
There are several options to choose from depending on the age and ability of your students.
* For a center, there’s a Life Cycle of the Butterfly, “puzzle pie”; as well as…
* A Life Cycle of the Butterfly worksheet -poster, with 4 options, plus 2 completed teacher samples you can use to explain what you want your students to do, or leave in your center, so students can self-check their work.
Completed projects make a sweet bulletin board. I’ve included a poster for the center of your display.
* I’ve also included two life cycle “Itty Bitty” booklets, which students trace, write, color, cut & collate; plus …
* A butterfly shaped life cycle worksheet, with 3 options.
* 8 photograph-posters of real butterflies in the various stages of their life cycle, make a nice bulletin board as well. Use them to explain the butterfly’s life cycle.
* There are 3 different sets of sequencing cards for the butterfly’s life cycle.
They come in color as well as black & white.
Use them for sequencing, centers and a variety of games, which are explained in the packet. There's a . . .
* Set of ten, 2-on-a-page, life cycle posters. Use them for a bulletin board, center, or flashcards. Make an extra set, cut them in half and make puzzles, plus a
* Set of 9, pocket chart vocabulary cards; and ...
* A life cycle of the butterfly bookmark, which students can keep in their writing journal, or they can use to help explain what they learned; and finally...
* A mini certificate of praise.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping you and yours enjoy these activities. Wishing you a super-duper spring.