Learn the parts of a butterfly. Its body looks very different from that of a caterpillar, yet there are many similarities.
Nine duplicate two-color illustration cards (4" x 3") show the parts of a butterfly highlighted in yellow. One set of picture cards has been bound into a booklet and the other is to be cut apart.
The child matches the labels to the picture cards, using the booklet to check for error. Older children can read and match the seven definition cards to the labeled picture cards (also using the booklet for control).
The replicard (8½" x 11") with blank line drawings of the butterfly is photocopied to make half-page worksheets for the children to color and label. Completed worksheets can be stapled together to make a “Parts of a Butterfly” external anatomy booklet.