Butterfly Life Cycle

Have you ever looked at a butterfly and wondered how it got here?

Image result for kid looking at butterfly

Butterflies are beautiful to look at but did they always look like this?  

 

In this webquest, you will:

  • complete a KWL chart on butterflies.
  • put the life cycle of the butterfly on the correct order
  • draw and color a picture of the butterfly,(including as many of the parts as you can remember from this lesson)

1. Get a KWL chart. Fill out the K column with the things you know about butterflies. Fill out the W column with things you want to know about butterflies and leave the L column blank.

As you go to the different links, use these questions to guide your research.

-what different types of butterflies are there?
-what are the parts of a butterfly?
-what is the life cycle of a butterfly?
-what do butterflies eat?
-where do butterflies live?

2.Go to http://www.kidsbutterfly.org/ and click on the purple words to begin your research. Here are some more sites you can visit to help in your research.

3. Get a butterfly life cycle worksheet.  Cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct place.

4. Now take out your KWL chart and complete the L column.  Here you will write down things you learned about your butterfly study.

5. On a plain piece of paper, create your own butterfly. Include all the parts of the butterfly you have learned.   Then use crayons and/or markers and use your imagination and design your butterfly.

 

How did you do?

Objective

      WOW                

 

             OK              

 

            SAD

 

KWL chart

I followed directions, and wrote in every column of my KWL box. I did my very best.

I wrote in every box but I did not put much thought into what I wrote.

I did not follow directions and did not fill out the KWL correctly.

Life cycle

I followed directions and completed the sequencing activity correctly.

I put the sequencing activity together, but made a careless mistake because I did not check my work.

I did not complete the activity.

Drawing

I put a lot of thought into my picture, took my time, and used the information I learned in my picture.

I made a picture and used the information I learned but did not put a lot of thought into my design.

I made a picture, but did not do my best coloring nor did I put any of the information I learned in my picture.

WOW!!! You are done.  I hope you enjoyed learning all about butterflies. I am so proud of you.

The Butterfly Webquest for Kindergarten