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The spring and summer months are the best time to plan butterfly activities for preschoolers. Gather books, make crafts, and teach the life cycle.
Are your preschoolers obsessed with caterpillars and butterflies? Teach them how caterpillars turn into butterflies with this collection of butterfly activities for kindergarten and preschool kiddos. You’ll find book lists, crafts, printables, and more!
Butterfly Activities for Preschoolers
You can use these activities to help your kids explore the fascinating life of a butterfly. Add them to your spring and summer science lessons, letter Cc or Bb activities, and/or insect units.
March 14th is Learn about Butterflies Day! With spring coming up and flowers about to bloom, it’s the perfect time to learn all about butterflies with these butterfly books.
Butterfly books for toddlers! Board books that toddlers can hold and manipulate as they learn about caterpillars and butterflies!
Life Cycle of a Butterfly for Kids
Here’s a simple butterfly life cycle printable book for preschoolers. Teach them the four stages of a butterfly’s life this spring.
Spring is a great time to learn about butterflies. This life cycle of a butterfly craft will help little ones see how caterpillars become butterflies.
Butterfly Crafts for Preschoolers
This adorable tissue paper preschool butterfly craft is not only pretty enough to put on display, but it’s a great way to build motor skills.
Butterfly crafts for preschoolers are perfect for spring and summer afternoons. Kids will love all 25 of these creative ideas.
Butterfly Worksheets for Preschool
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This wooden butterfly puzzle brain game will promote hand-eye coordination, develop problem-solving skills and improve matching skills. In addition, it can stimulate a child’s imagination and creativity.
This beautiful butterfly lacing toy is great for practicing the sewing motion. It’s made of solid cherry wood, and finished with my homemade organic beeswax polish. The “needle” is attached to the natural cotton “thread” to make it easy to poke through the holes.
That’s it for now! Be sure to check back regularly as this post will be updated often to reflect my newest butterfly activities.
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