Life Cycle of a Butterfly Activity for Kids

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Life Cycle of a Butterfly Activity for Kids

Free butterfly life cycle activity for kindergarten and 1st grade. These free Google Slides and Seesaw butterfly life cycle activities are perfect for spring and insect science activities.

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  1. Hi!! I am sooooo very grateful for the free resources you are creating and the kids are loving them so much!! They are so simple and age appropriate! Thank you so much for all of your work and how fast you are putting them out! I know it must not be an easy task but I so appreciate it!

    I did have one question. Will you be creating anything for plant life cycles or anything to do with plants? If so, no worries. I just wanted to ask. šŸ™‚

  2. Hi, I just have a quick question. Do you only do digital activities now or will you continue to present ideas for downloading like those you used to write about? (I don’t do digital activities.) Thank you.

    1. I have been rushing to create digital activities for the thousands of teachers who are needing them right now because there are not a lot of free activities available to them and I want to help them get the resources they need. I will continue to create and share printables as well. I have been sharing printable activities in most of my newsletters in the bottom section.