100 printable lessons. 100 photos that I took while out on trails, at lakes, in the mountains, and at local botanical gardens. 100 opportunities to help your students analyze and describe nature photos that I cropped and magnified so that you can see the details of the bird’s feathers, the hairs on a bee's legs, and the scales on the butterfly’s wings.
Butterflies: 38 pages of monarchs, a buckeye, a gulf fritillary, a gray hairstreak, a duskywing, an admiral, skippers, a painted lady, a mourning cloak, and a variety of caterpillars
Bees: 30 pages of honey bees, a paper wasp, bumble bees, black bees, a silver-eyed bee, a yellow jacket wasp and a metallic green bee
Birds: 32 pages of hummingbirds, wrens, a hawk, mallards, a black coot, a mother duck and her ducklings, a crow, a sparrow, a mourning dove and a red-winged blackbird
Take a look at the Preview to view a few samples from this packet.
If you would like more on insects and other bugs, here are several others you may like:
Comparing Bugs and Me
Internet Research: Insects, Bugs & Spiders
Describing Butterflies, Bees & Birds
Descriptive Writing: Butterflies, Birds, Bees and more
Emergency Lesson Plans: Butterflies and other Insects
Insects and Spiders
Writing about Wildlife