This book is so much fun, and it will help your students learn to distinguish between butterflies and moths. During the winter, moths stick around but butterflies seem to disappear. What happens? Try out the activity from the Claudia & Moth Teacher's Guide below. If you have time for more activities, click on the link below for the full teacher's guide by Marcie Colleen.
Activity Name: Where Do the Butterflies Go?
Activity Description: "There are approximately 20,000 different species of butterflies in the world. While some butterflies hibernate in trees or spend the winter as caterpillars or pupa, others migrate
South to warmer climates.
Through an Internet search, find out where these butterfly species spend the winter:
o Tawny Emperor
o Red-spotted Purple
o Mourning Cloak
Create a poster of a winter scene and place the butterflies where they can be found."
Weekly Wall Recommendations
For the 2018-2019 school year, students will be choosing books to display on our classroom recommendation wall. The wall is a lending library. It showcases the various literature choices in the classroom, celebrates students' voices and choices, facilitates getting to know each other through our literature choices, and facilitates communication with the global learning community.