Using pasta, children create a life cycle of a butterfly chart. Glue illustrations of the 4 stages of a butterfly on the left side of a paper and then the corresponding pasta pieces directly next to them. It's a cute activity that really gives the children an understanding of how a caterpillar changes into a butterfly.
Sign up to the Wonder at the World mailing list to receive the printable PDF template for this engaging sunflower foldable activity. Children can sequence the stages of the sunflower life cycle from seed to adult plant whilst creating a visual aid for an interactive science notebook. A fun, late summer/early fall/autumn science craft!
Telling time on an analog clock is often a tricky skill for primary students to master. These telling time activities and hands-on ideas bring high engagement and a whole lot of fun when teaching first, second, and even third graders to read and write the time.
As a teacher, finding fun and engaging ways to teach about the natural world can be challenging, but with this bee life cycle craft, you can easily help your students learn about the fascinating life cycle of bees while also engaging their creative side.