Children create camouflaged butterflies, hungry birds, and a meadow of flowers to enact The Butterfly Play and learn the basic concepts of protective coloration. They learn to identify parts of a flower, make flowers and grass for a mural, then talk about small animals they’ve seen in real grass or on flowers. They decorate paper butterflies and make bird puppets, then act out the behavior of birds and butterflies. Children also learn about real butterflies and their means of protective coloration.
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