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  1.   Being Safe While Growing Up - Moths that Spin Cocoons
Being Safe While Growing Up Moths that Spin Cocoons Grade Level: Second Health Topic: Self-protection, Self-worth, and Emotional Health Subjects: Health, Science, Physical Education Time of year: Spring if collecting fresh food. Anytime if purchasing artificial diet. Overall Objective: Through observation, discussion and recording, the s...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   Butterfly and Moth Glyph
Title - Butterfly and Moth Glyph By - Deborah Troehler Primary Subject - Science Secondary Subjects - Art, Language Arts, Math Grade Level - K-3 Time Necessary - 1 hour Note:The following lesson activity accompanies the author's book Chipo's Gift, a story about an inquisitive mopane worm from South Africa that takes a chance and fo...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  3.   Butterflies & Moths
WEAVING TECHNOLOGY INTO THEMATIC UNITS Theme: Butterflies & Moths Teachers: Linda Blizzard and Kim Palmer School: Wright Elementary Grade Level: First Grade Broad Goals: 1. Understand difference in butterflies and moths. 2. Support writing process with technology. 3. Understand vocabulary related to moths and butterflies. 4. Hatch, raise, observe stages and release but...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   llinois County Butterfly/Moth Poster Activity
Illinois County Butterfly/Moth Poster Activity Objective: students will learn how to identify which species of dragonflies or butterflies are found in their Illinois County by learning to read the Odonata or Lepidoptera checklist to find the scientific names; they will also search field guides and the Internet for (1) the common name (...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  5.   County Butterfly/Moth Poster
masthead graphic Illinois ISM Home :Museum Sections :Zoology :Butterflys & Moths : Butterflys & Butterfly Poster Lesson Moths Introduction Photo Gallery Database Glossary Activities Resources County Butterfly/Moth Poster Credits Objective: students will learn how to identify the butterflies or moths found in their Illinois County by using the Lepidoptera database list to find the sci...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Butterfly or Moth?
Butterfly or Moth? Scientific Background Butterflies and moths are both members of the Order Lepidoptera. They each have two pairs of scaly wings, undergo complete metamorphosis, and usually have a coiled, tube-like mouthpart, called a proboscis. The differences between butterflies and moths are subtle, but there are a fe...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   A Moth is Not a Butterfly!
A Moth Is Not a Butterfly Subjects Language Arts Science Grades K-2 3-5 Brief Description Students complete a Venn diagram comparing and contrasting moths and butterflies. Objectives Students learn to create a graphic representation showing the similarities and differences among living things. Keywords compare,...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  8.   EEK! Teacher Pages - Activity: The Life of a Gypsy Moth Activity for Teachers
Welcome to the Teacher Pages . The Life of a Gypsy Moth This activity corresponds with the EEK story on the Alien invader: GypsyMoth. moths Grades: 6-12 Subjects: science, vocational agriculture Wisconsin Model Academic Standards: o Science: A.4.1, A.4.2, A.4.5, B.4.1, C.4.2, C.4.3, F.4.1, F.4.3, B.8.6, C.8.1, F.8.2, F.8.7, F.8.9 o Agriculture Education: A.4.3...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  9.   Of Mice and Moths
Of Mice and Moths Description Students show how genetic variation of offspring contributes to population control in an environment and that natural selection ensures that those who are best adapted to their surroundings survive to reproduce. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.C.3.4.4 The student applies oral co...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Fly with Me: Discovering Butterflies and Moths
Internet Lesson on Butterflies "Fly With Me" Academic Objectives: With a parent partner, each student will discover and write the differences between butterflies and moths. With a parent partner, each student will discover and write the stages of the Butterfly/Moth Life Cycle. Technological Objectives: Each parent/student partnership will gain an awareness of what the Internet is and how it can be used educationally. Each parent/student partnership will perform procedures...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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