Mrs. Simpson's Class Butterflies

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Mrs. Simpson's Class Butterflies

  1. 1. Mrs. Simpson’s Class Room 12 Spring Creek Elementary School Eugene, Oregon USA We look forward to talking about butterflies with new friends.
  2. 2. I can tell you about butterflies A painted lady is a beautiful butterfly. by Room 12
  3. 3. I can tell you about butterflies butterflies mate to make more butterflies. by Gabe B. and Delilah
  4. 4. I can tell you about butterflies We raise butterflies in bug houses. by Room 12 from national geographic
  5. 5. I can tell you about butterflies This is a caterpillar. Butterfly poop is called frass. It looks like little tan balls. by Cameron and Amber
  6. 6. I can tell you about butterflies When a caterpillar molts it turns into a chrysalis. by Izick and Gabe W.
  7. 7. I can tell you about butterflies The chrysalis is also called a pupa. by Elizabeth and Tyler
  8. 8. I can tell you about butterflies A butterfly’s tongue is called a proboscis. by Lilly n Kenny
  9. 9. I can tell you about butterflies Monarch butterflies live in Oregon. by Jeffrey and Lindy
  10. 10. I can tell you about butterflies A male monarch has two black spots on it’s lower wing. The female does not. bY: Jacob and Cadence
  11. 11. I can tell you about butterflies I know a monarch eats milkweed. I know butterflies are smart. I know butterflies are cool. by Delaney and Nick
  12. 12. I can tell you about butterflies A monarch chrysalis is green. Monarchs lay eggs under a milkweed’s leaves. by Angela and Joshua
  13. 13. I can tell you about butterflies The Tiger Swallowtail is Oregon’s state insect. A Caterpillar turns into a j shape when it’s ready to change. by Marshall and Lily T.
  14. 14. What can you tell us about butterflies? The End

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