New! Butterflies fly through every school in the world. It would be a shame to not notice. Here is a way for your students to connect with butterflies from distant lands, to revel in their colors, learn about their habitats, and carry out important actions that can help butterflies near and far. Now, here's a chance for students from 1st Grade to 6th Grade to enter the butterfly world like never before. It's time to get "Wild About Butterflies!" Butterflies are an incredible teaching tool. This is a fun, all-inclusive, science and geography unit centered around “butterflies.” Travel the butterfly world right in your classroom. Fulfill science standards (NGSS) through hands-on interactive games and activities. Encourages community involvement and developing a conservation ethic. A wealth of information. In an era when the trend is for kids to be less involved in the wider world, "Wild About Butterflies" motivates kids to have a global perspective and realize there are many exciting ways to get involved with the community near and far. This is why our product is about more than just butterflies. It's an entrance-way to global conservation.
o “Travel the Butterfly World…right in your classroom” activity. Two versions: 1st-2nd Grade and 3rd-6th Grade. Color enlarged butterflies and search for their ecosystems. Find hidden caterpillars. 28 original butterfly illustrations. 28 huge black-and-white butterfly drawings. 28 original ecosystem cards. Maps.
o There??? THE GAME. How could a butterfly make it into the city?
o Butterfly Concentration Game.
o Citizen Science. Plant a butterfly garden. Create "butterfly forests."
o Butterfly Life Cycle, The Difference between a Butterfly and a Moth, Anatomy of a Butterfly, Common U.S. Butterflies, Actual size of the Butterflies, Common names/Scientific names. School/Community Sign.
o A 21-page Guide to using our activities to fulfill 12 different NGSS standards for grades 1-6. It includes many more activities and resources. We’ll put you on the frontlines of science, butterflies, and activism.
o Conservation biology. Animal/plant relatedness. Activities for "designing," making models, diagrams, flow charts, surveying. Practical ways to search for scientific evidence.
We want to inspire a new generation of butterfly enthusiasts! We’ve worked for 11 years involving communities in saving endangered species of butterflies.
Thank you for checking out this, our first effort! Let us know what you think.