The butterfly making activity publication teaches them the parts of an insect, the butterfly life cycle, and how insects are part of our environment. Educators working with young children can use this activity with reading stories about butterflies, accompany creating a butterfly garden, and other agriculture in the classroom activities. Most of the materials used are recycled and easy to obtain.
Published by the University of Hawaii College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources (March 2003).
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