Butterflies in Room 6: See How They Grow

Butterflies in Room 6: See How They Grow

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By Caroline Arnold

The children in Room 6 are learning about butterflies. 

Caroline Arnold goes back to Mrs. Best's kindergarten class where, instead of chicks, the children are observing butterflies as they hatch from eggs, become caterpillars, go into metamorphosis, and become adult butterflies. 

Delightful and informational photographs show young readers each step of the way, as the students in Room 6 engage the scientific method and learn the life cycle of the butterfly as well as the vocabulary associated with the process, including egg, larva, chrysalis, pupa, and more. 

Raising butterflies is a popular springtime curriculum activity. Curious young minds will be fascinated by the beauty and science of a butterfly's life. 

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Caroline Arnold, author

Caroline Arnold is the author of more than one hundred and fifty books for children, most of them about science and nature. Recent titles include Living Fossils: Clues to the Past, Too Hot? Too Cold? Keeping Body Temperature Just Right, and A Warmer World. Caroline lives in Los Angeles, California. 

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ISBN: 978-1-58089-894-2

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Ages: 3-7
Page count: 40
1/2 x 8 1/2

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