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Additional Lessons 31 - 40 of 1000 for Butterflies
  31.   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

  32.   Butterfly Snack Shack
Butterfly Snack Shack Explore the life cycle of butterflies with a fluttery mobile. How can you attract these beautiful, fragile creatures to your garden? 1. Did you know that there are about 28,000 species of butterflies? Learn more about these beautiful and unique creatures. Find out how to attract them to a backyard habitat. Research what a butterfly house looks li...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  33.   Life Cycle and Migration of Monarch Butterfly
...EXPERIENCES In chronological order including acquisition experiences and extending/refining experiences for all stated declarative and procedural knowledge. Experience #1: By observing their own caterpillar, (in a proper habitat) children can witness first-hand how caterpillars "metamorphosis" into butterflies. In order to provide a total learning environment, the teacher should prepare a bulletin board display to set a mood in the classroom. This display can work into your daily calendar activities. The teacher should also gather all fiction and non-fiction books, and pictures in a special place in the classroom....
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    Grade Level: K-2

  34.   What do you do with a Butterfly Garden
...n specific questions to answer from the list below: + In addition to answering the following questions, students are encouraged to find out all they can about butterfly gardens before the next meeting of the caretakers. o What is a butterfly garden? o Where are butterfly gardens best located? o Are butterflies the only animals attracted to a butterfly garden? o What types of plants should be in a butterfly garden? o What is a host plant? o What is a feeder plant? o What is an annual? o What is a perennial? o How do you take care of a butterfly garden? o How can we as caretakers maintain a butterfly garden? Lesson A...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  35.   Caterpillar, Caterpillar, Butterfly, Butterfly, What do you eat?
...u Eat? TOPIC OR THEME The Life Cycle of a Butterfly PROJECT BASED NUMBER PB100063 PROJECT DESCRIPTION In this project students will participate in a hands-on discovery of the life cycle of a monarch and a painted lady butterfly. They will observe the egg, caterpillar, pupa and adult stages fo these butterflies. They will learn about the larval host and nectar source plants of butterflies. They will work cooperativey to create a class slide show of 5 Florida butterflies and their host plants. LOCATION NAME Cooper City Elementary DEVELOPERS Meredeth Legg SUBJECT AREA Interdisciplinary GRADE LEVEL PreK-2 TARGET AUDIEN...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  36.   Buddy Learners Discover Butterflies
PROJECT TITLE Buddy Learners Discover Butterflies TOPIC OR THEME Life Cycle of a Butterfly PROJECT BASED NUMBER PB100034 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 1. Students will be able to identify, the four stages of a caterpillar developing into a butterfly. 2. Students will be able to sequence the life stages of a butterfly. 3. Students will be able to identify the body part...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  37.   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

  38.   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

  39.   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

  40.   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


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