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  31.   Take Flight With Butterflies!
Internet Lesson Plan Stephanie Quimby-Greene, Nash Elementary School 1999-2000 K-2 Take Flight With Butterflies! Pre-readers and early readers will be able to navigate this visual site with ease. Students with reading ability will be able to complete more in-depth navigation. Objectives + Academic: Students will learn the lifecycle of the butterfly. Students will watch a video of a live caterpillar spinning a chrysalis...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  32.   Releasing Commercially Raised Butterflies and Its Effect on the Ecosystem
EXEMPLARY PROJECT PLAN FROM 2003 CLICK ABOVE TO EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC! PROJECT TITLE Releasing Commercially Raised Butterflies and Its Effect on the Ecosystem TOPIC OR THEME Native Butterflies vs Commercially Raised Butterflies PROJECT BASED NUMBER PB100006 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Releasing commercially raised butterflies into the environment causes detrimental effects on the ecosystem. It is important for students to understand the nega...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  33.   Bountiful Butterflies
Bountiful Butterflies Description After creating a symmetrical design resembling a butterfly, the students describe symmetry. Using their pictures students then write a story about the butterfly while focusing on creative ideas. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.B.1.1.1.2.3 The student focuses on a central idea and gro...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  34.   Bodaciously Beautiful Butterflies Take Flight
Bodaciously Beautiful Butterflies Take Flight Description This lesson is for K-1 students. The students complete a study on butterflies using real caterpillars. Each student keeps a personal daily journal of observations and completes a timeline for their caterpillar/butterfly. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.B.1.1.2.1.1 The stu...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  35.   Butterfly Bonanza
Butterfly Bonanza Description How do butterflies change and grow over time? After looking at butterflies, reading about butterflies and singing about butterflies, students will be able to describe the life cycle of the butterfly. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.F.1.1.3.0.1 The student knows ways living things change and grow over time (for exa...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  36.   Butterflies and Frogs
Butterflies and Frogs Description This is the fifth lesson in the unit plan, Patterns, Patterns Everywhere. Included in this lesson are activities for days 6 and 7. Students identify patterns found in nature. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.H.2.1.1.0.1 The student understands that continuous patterns occur...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  37.   How Does a Butterfly Grow?
...uter, how to read a map to find out where monarchs migrate, what symmetry is, as well as participate in other types of representation of a butterfly and its life cycle through art projects, dramatic play and much more. 1 Faith Integration: The teacher will facilitate a discussion with: "Where do butterflies come from?" Students will share their ideas. Then she will read the verse found in John 1:3, "All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made." Discussion on: "Does that mean then that God made the butterflies? Does anyone know when He made them?" Again, students will share th...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  38.   Catch Those Butterfly Facts!
...y written these on the board so that I can refer to them as we read them. You will also have this bookmark as a reference. 3. Now I am going to hold up a copy of the book. Class, here I am passing out the book The Butterfly Alphabet Book. Before you think it's childish, this book goes from A-Z with butterflies and tells us information about each one. It also covers the Life-Cycle of the butterfly. I want you to read about each butterfly silently. How do we read silently? I will wait for their answers. That is correct when we read silently we are reading to ourselves. We don't bother our neighbor we just read to our...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K-2

  39.   The Life Cycle of the Butterfly

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    Grade Level: K-2

  40.   Life Cycle of a Butterfly
...-2 By: Mandy Wallace Students will learn to identify the four stages of a butterfly's life cycle. Materials: Butterfly patterns spiral pasta-caterpilllar shell pasta-chrysalis bow tie pasta-butterfly small pasta representing an egg crayons or markers glue Plan: Ask the students what they know about butterflies. Have they ever seen one? Have they ever touched one? What did it look like? Was it colorful? Ask the students if they know what the butterfly was before it was a butterfly? What do caterpillars look like? How do you think they got to be caterpillars? What do they feel like? Are they furry? Slimy? How does a...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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