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As a long-term project, you can rear monarch butterflies at home or in a classroom.
In this activity, young learners use different-sized paper 'caterpillars' and various household items to predict and measure their height.
Butterfly Life Cycle Optical Illusion
This activity is a fun way to show two stages in a Monarch butterfly's life cycle. Learners will create an optical illusion that can be flipped from caterpillar to butterfly.
Hungry as a CaterpillarAdd to list Details
In this indoor and outdoor activity, learners discover that insects grow and develop as do all living things, going through a process known as complete metamorphosis.
Lupine and ButterfliesAdd to list Details
In this two-part activity about the connection between the lupine plant and butterflies, learners first read "Miss Rumphius," a storybook about lupine by Barbara Cooney.
Butterflies in Space
The Butterflies in Space Teacher's Guide uses "life in space" to encourage learners to conduct their own open-ended scientific investigations.