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
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
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
* 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.
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