Since I cannot take amazing pictures while keeping my toddler from running out in the street, I enlisted the help of my wonderful, nature-loving friend to take some pictures for me. She and her daughter have been studying butterflies in their homeschool as well and she provided all the pictures for my post!
Butterfly Lapbook from Homeschool Share
Butterfly Unit study from Homeschool Share with links to their Pinterest board of more ideas
Butterfly Project Pack from In the Hands of a Child
Monarch Butterfly Migration Project from Evan-Moor
Butterflies to Paint or Color from Dover
Butterfly Printables from PreschoolMom.com
Butterfly Unit Study from Teachers Pay Teachers
Butterfly Unit from 2 Teaching Mommies
Monarch Watch from the University of Kansas
And as a fun aside: My friend’s daughter (who is Curly’s favorite friend) paints beautiful butterfly artwork and has made her pictures into bags. She sells the bags for $12 for the larger bags and $8 for the smaller ones. The money goes toward paying for her violin and she donates part of it to the Birds of Prey Rescue group (in honor of her sweet little pet bird, Pepper). You can get more info on Lilly and her bags by emailing her mom Kristin at firstname.lastname@example.org.