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Fun & Learning with Monarch Butterflies #FREE PDF

 

Do you know how to tell a male monarch (Danaus plexippus) butterfly from a female monarch?
You’ll find the answer and discover more amazing facts about monarch butterflies when you download this FREE pdf from Bette A. Stevens, author of Amazing Matilda and other books for children and adults.

Have fun with the Monarch Butterflies!

The link below will take you to the FREE DOWNLOADABLE PDF.

Fun& Learning With Amazing Monarchs 2017

Simply CLICK link ABOVE & Download PDF to your computer or digital device —Open and Save— All of these amazing monarch site links are waiting for you! ~ Bette A. Stevens

A MONARCH BUTTERFLY
BONANZA

  • Monarch Facts
  • Coloring Pages
  • Crafts
  • Video: How to Make an Origami Butterfly
  • Butterfly Gardening
  • Butterfly Teacher Guide and more…
  • How you can help protect our Amazing Monarchs

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Comments on: "Fun & Learning with Monarch Butterflies #FREE PDF" (15)

  1. […] So why did I choose a butterfly? MATILDA’S not just any butterfly—she’s a monarch butterfly! Monarch butterflies and other pollinators such as bees and hummingbirds are indicators of how healthy our environment is. The monarch, indigenous to The Americas, is the only butterfly species known to migrate. They travel from the Northern US and Canada to over-winter in California and Mexico and these magnificent creatures are disappearing at alarming rates. Why? There are many reasons for this decline:• Current agricultural practice• Genetically modified crops• Pesticide use• Loss of habitat• Destruction of larval host plant by Roundup and other weed killersWeed killers are a major concern since they are destroying the only food that monarch caterpillars will eat and they are also adversely affecting farm crops harvested for human consumption. What can we do? Monarch butterflies are extremely resilient and their decline can be reversed. But, for that to happen, we’ve got to save the milkweed! • Plant native milkweed• Provide nectar plants• Avoid pesticides• Report your monarch observationsFind out more about protecting monarch butterflies and print out your FREE POSTER at http://www.learner.org/jnorth/tm/monarch/conservation_action.htmlAnd don’t forget to visit my website to download your FREE FUN & LEARNING WITH MONARCHS (A companion piece that I put together for AMAZING MATILDA). You’ll find awesome links (See poster below) to Amazing Monarch facts, crafts, games, coloring pages, gardening tips, teachers’ guides and more at https://4writersandreaders.com/fun-learning-with-monarchs-2/ […]

  2. This is a wonderful resource! Thanks so much for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday!
    Tina

    • Hi, Tina. Thanks so much for checking it out. Learning and fun are what it’s all about and it’s great to hear that readers are learning more about our amazing monarch butterflies and passing it along to our children. 🙂

      • We visited the Butterfly Farm here in Penang last week! My kids had so much fun! You would have loved it! Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday on Mommynificent.com!
        Tina

  3. This is fabulous, Bette! Shared to all socials. 😊

  4. Thanks, Kev. You’re pretty fabulous too! 🙂

  5. Thanks for sharing this wonderful resource at Booknificent Thursday on Mommynificent.com!
    Tina

    • Hi, Tina. Thanks for the linkup and for your continued support, my friend. I’ve had the chance to find and share some awesome links on your site. Have a wonderful week! ~ Bette

  6. Downloaded. I see some fun with Tornado Boy in the near future. Thank you!

  7. karenringalls said:

    Wonderful site, Bette. I look forward to more. I also have a passion for butterflies.

    • Thanks so much for stopping by for a visit, Karen. Wishing you a wonderful weekend, my awesome #RRBC author friend! (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ XO

  8. Thanks for sharing. If you have NETFLIX, there is a wonderful documentary called FLIGHT OF THE BUTTERFLIES. It is fantastic. Enjoy the day.

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