Monarch Butterfly Migration in Spanish - Mariposa Monarca

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I love doing the Monarch butterfly with my 2nd graders. This was a perfect story that complement the unit. Thanks
What a wonderful lesson! Thank you for taking the time to explain every activity. My students really enjoyed it!
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Introduce mariposa Monarca as a way to explain the migration Monarch butterfly phenomenon to your Spanish novice classes. This resource focus on the high-frequency verbs: hay, se llama, hace calor, hace frío, vive, va, llega.

Click HERE to save 20% by buying the bundle, which includes other cultural stories and activities in Spanish.

1. Monarch Migration: This Spanish story tells the migration phenomenon with an easy and comprehensible story with beautiful images and simple language. This is also a great way to review months, seasons, and high-frequency words.

This resource includes:

  • 16 Flash Cards (México, Estados Unidos, Canadá, migración, pesticidas, llega, va, hay, hace calor, hace frío, vive, mariposa Monarca, primavera, verano, otoño, invierno).
  • Game Cards
  • Monarch Puzzle (blackline and color)
  • 3 different memory games on Google Slides
  • Coloring page
  • Reading comprehension activities (different levels)
  • Hands-on Sequences
  • Mini-book perfect to use as a read and draw activity
  • Story with beautiful and real pictures
  • Reading comprehension activity on Google Slides and Seesaw


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