I just introduced my older two children (ages 5 and 7) to the concept of a Venn Diagram – and they loved it!
We’re comparing and contrasting everything on our big white board this week: my 5 year old versus my 7 year old, frogs versus toads, summer versus winter, Minnie versus Mickey and on and on.
Since we’re studying moths and butterflies in science, I thought I’d make a fun Venn Diagram assignment for my 7 year old to complete!
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Moths and Butterflies Worksheet
We’ve read pretty thoroughly about the differences between butterflies and moths in our science reading.
Even though we will brainstorm the differences aloud, I thought it would be a good idea to have a few of the characteristics already printed.
That way, my children can just cut out the characteristics and paste in the correct spot.
We love Dover coloring books, and this one on Exotic Butterflies and Moths is no exception!
I love that there’s a detailed picture to color and they’re also packed with information, so you can read it just as you would any other book!
And here’s a butterfly book that we can’t get enough of! The pictures are detailed and crisp and the amount of information is just right.
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