Lessons and Observations about Butterflies and Snails

Lessons from our Natural Friends

Nature can teach us so much! Check out these videos and see what you learn as you observe.

Life Cycle of a Butterfly - National Geographic (2 min): https://youtu.be/kVm5k99PnBk

Dominique Lalonde Films Nature - Monarch Butterfly Life Cycle (15 min): https://youtu.be/v4eKxyawNcQ

Snails, Slugs, and Slime - Animal Science for Kids (3 min): https://youtu.be/c8ma6vDvXAM

See How They Grow - Snails - Eye Witness Channel (10 min): https://youtu.be/j2TUAsVksWQ

What Did You Observe?

As you watch the movies listed above, or even better go outside and find your own butterfly, moth or snail to observe, take some time to really study it. Pretend that you have to describe it to someone who's never seen one before. How would you explain it to them?

Ask some questions. What makes you go, "hmmmm" or say "I wonder"? No question is off limits. Think of as many questions as you can. Now you are curious! See if you can find some answers!

Use the worksheet on the second page of the PDF below to write down your observations. Also, please share! Go to the Nature's Art Club Private Facebook group and share your art and observations with our community!

2019-09_Natures_Art_Club_September_2019_Lessons_Observations.pdf