Painted Lady            	Butterflies<br />        Follow the life <br />of a painted lady  butterfly<br />
Life Cycle of a        Painted Lady<br />Egg	<br />Larva - caterpillar<br />Pupa - chrysalis<br />Adult butterfly<br />*Th...
Stage 1- Egg<br />The butterfly begins its life as an egg.<br />Egg is the size of a pin head<br />Pale green with 12-14 r...
Stage 2 – Larvae 							(caterpillar)<br />Black with yellow-green stripes and long spines<br />It has 6 true legs and 10 ...
Stage 3 – Pupa 						(chrysallis)<br />*Reddish brown pupa<br />*Inside the pupa, the caterpillar takes about 10 days to c...
Stage 4 – Adult 			(Butterfly)<br />A butterfly has a head, thorax, abdomen and four wings. It also has six legs, however ...
Can you identify the parts of a butterfly?<br />thorax<br />abdomen<br />proboscis<br />antenna<br />hindwing<br />head<br...
Match each picture to    the correct stage<br />Larvae<br />Adult Butterfly<br />Pupa<br />Egg<br />
Butterflies are symmetrical (both sides are identical).  Click on the picture below then use the paint dots to design your...
			The Butterfly song<br />	(to the tune of "Up on the Housetop")<br />	First comes a butterfly and lays an egg,Out comes ...
Resources<br />Mrs. jones-butterflies. (2006, August 3). Retrieved from http://mrsjonesroom.com/themes/butterflies.html<br...
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  1. 1. Painted Lady Butterflies<br /> Follow the life <br />of a painted lady butterfly<br />
  2. 2. Life Cycle of a Painted Lady<br />Egg <br />Larva - caterpillar<br />Pupa - chrysalis<br />Adult butterfly<br />*The series of transformations is<br /> COMPLETE METAMORPHOSIS<br />
  3. 3. Stage 1- Egg<br />The butterfly begins its life as an egg.<br />Egg is the size of a pin head<br />Pale green with 12-14 ridges<br />
  4. 4. Stage 2 – Larvae (caterpillar)<br />Black with yellow-green stripes and long spines<br />It has 6 true legs and 10 prolegs to help it move<br />The caterpillar eats a lot and grows quickly<br />The caterpillar spins a silk button to attache itself upside-down to a twig or leaf and forms a J.<br />
  5. 5. Stage 3 – Pupa (chrysallis)<br />*Reddish brown pupa<br />*Inside the pupa, the caterpillar takes about 10 days to change into a butterfly.<br />*A fully-grown adult butterfly emerges from the chrysalis.<br />
  6. 6. Stage 4 – Adult (Butterfly)<br />A butterfly has a head, thorax, abdomen and four wings. It also has six legs, however only four are used. <br />The butterfly also has two eyes made up of 10,000 lenses. <br />The butterfly’s tongue is known as a proboscis. It is used to drink nectar. <br />A butterfly can also hear with its two antennae attached to its head.<br />· A butterfly tastes through its feet and breaths through the side of its body.<br />
  7. 7. Can you identify the parts of a butterfly?<br />thorax<br />abdomen<br />proboscis<br />antenna<br />hindwing<br />head<br />legs<br />compound eye<br />forewing<br />
  8. 8. Match each picture to the correct stage<br />Larvae<br />Adult Butterfly<br />Pupa<br />Egg<br />
  9. 9. Butterflies are symmetrical (both sides are identical). Click on the picture below then use the paint dots to design your own butterfly. Make sure it is symmetrical.<br />
  10. 10. The Butterfly song<br /> (to the tune of "Up on the Housetop")<br /> First comes a butterfly and lays an egg,Out comes a caterpillar with many legs,Oh see the caterpillar spin and spin,A little chrysalis to sleep in.<br /> Oh, oh ,oh wait and see oh, oh, oh wait and seeOut of the chrysalis, my oh myout comes a pretty butterfly.<br />
  11. 11. Resources<br />Mrs. jones-butterflies. (2006, August 3). Retrieved from http://mrsjonesroom.com/themes/butterflies.html<br />Jeananda Col., Initials. (2006). Enchanted learning. Retrieved from http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/butterfly/ <br />Yahoo, . (2010). Http://www.flickr.com/photos/33465428@n02/3630306422/. Retrieved from .com/subjects/butterfly/ <br />Mrs. welch's first grade butterfly journal. (2003-2004). Retrieved from http://www.welchsclass.com/xwork/butterflywork0304.htm <br />Smith, E. (n.d.). Butterfly fun facts. Retrieved from http://www.butterflyfunfacts.com/butterfly-moth-eggs.phpbutterflywork0304.htm <br />Butterfly Release Co., Initials. (2010). Raise your own butterflies. Retrieved from http://raiseyourownbutterflies.com/projects.htm <br />Fuqua , P. (2004). Discovery education. Retrieved from http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=D83D5FFF-51CD-4C70-9B11-2C38D13935D6&blnFromSearch=1&productcode=US<br />

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