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Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
Butterfly Anatomy and Symmetry Presentation
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  • 1. Thematic Unit: ButterfliesMary Wilson BrownEDAT 6119
  • 2. Look at the picture of the children.
    QuickWrite: Write down 3 body parts that people have.
  • 3. Name one of your answers.
    We’ll make a web of class answers.
    Parts of a Human Body
  • 4. Now we are going to learn about a butterfly’s anatomy.
    What is anatomy?
    Let’s use an online dictionary to find out.
    Click the computer.
  • 5. Butterfly Anatomy
  • 6.
  • 7. Click on the butterfly watch a video about a butterfly’s body parts.
  • 8. head
    antennae
    thorax
    abdomen
    wings
    Drag the words to the matching body part.
  • 9. A butterfly’s body is equal, or the same on both sides.
    When an object or figure that has two sides that are the same, it’s called symmetry.
    Let’s learn more about symmetry!

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