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Project about butterflies for EDU 290

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    • Life of a Butterfly
      Nina Wilkinson
    • It All Started From an Egg
      The female butterfly attaches the egg to a leaf or stem.
    • The egg is yellow in color
      Its no bigger than a quarter
    • The Caterpillar chews free from the egg.
    • A baby caterpillar is always hungry.
    • The caterpillar eats so much that it must shed its skin.
    • “ It can grow up to 30,000 times larger than it was when it took first bite”
      Quote from: A Butterfly Is Patient by DiennaHutts Aston and Sylvia Long pg. 2
    • The caterpillar has stripes and spots
      Its body is covered with hair
    • Once the caterpillar is full grown, he turns into a chrysalis.
    • The pupa is protected in a silk cocoon.
    • The chrysalis or pupa cracks open and the butterfly come out into the world.
    • The wings harden before the butterfly can fly.
    • Butterflies have three main body parts:
      Head
      Thorax
      Abdomen
    • Butterflies help pollinate plants.
    • “Butterflies uses their wings to protect themselves from predators”.
      Quote from: A Butterfly Is Patient by Aston/Long
    • Butterflies are everywhere.
      Have you seen one today?
    • Works Cited
      Information from:
      Slide 1:
      Slide 2: Pictures from Office PowerPoint Clip Art
      Slide 3: Picture from: http://www.backyardbutterflygarden.com/tennessee-butterfly
      Slide 4:Picture from: http://butterflycircle.blogspot.com/2008/05/life-history-of-malayan-bush-brown.html
      Slide 5: Pictures from Office PowerPoint Clip Art
      Slide 6: Pictures from: http://butterflyedith.blogspot.com/2009_03_01_archive.html
      Slide 7: Pictures from: http://windowontheprairie.com/tag/monarch-butterfly-caterpillar/ ( penny picture) and http://www.buglifecycle.com/?p=218 ( quarter picture)
      Slide 8: Pictures from Office PowerPoint Clip Art
      Slide 9: Pictures from: http://www.buglifecycle.com/?p=218
      Slide 10: Pictures from: http://www.buglifecycle.com/?p=218
      Slide 11: Pictures from: http://allofnature.blogspot.com/2010/11/monarch-chrysalis.html
      Slide 12: Pictures from:http://allofnature.blogspot.com/2010/11/monarch-chrysalis.html
      Slide 13: Pictures from: http://www.education.umd.edu/EDCI/edci385/webquests3/Webquest2/banatomy.html
      Slide 14: Picture from: Office PowerPoint Clip Art
      Slide 15: Picture from: http://www.free-photos.biz/photographs/nature/natural_patterns/42238_camouflage-butterfly.php
      Slide 16: Pictures from: Office PowerPoint Clip Art
      All information for this presentation was gain from:
      Butterfly by Kim Taylor
      A Butterfly Is Patient by Aston/ Long