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Slide 1 - Butterfly Power Point Presentation Created By: M. Mount
Slide 2 - This power point was designed to teach information about the butterfly. The goal of this presentation is to teach early elementary school students the body parts of the butterfly. Children will become interested and will want to learn more!
Slide 3 - Capture some beauty while discovering.                 "Everyone is like a butterfly, they start out ugly and awkward and then morph into beautiful graceful butterflies that everyone loves."                           The Essential Butterfly Guide. Information about the Butterfly.
Slide 4 - The Butterfly
Slide 5 - The Antenna A butterfly has 2 antennae on its head. They are skinny with little knobs on the end. Butterflies use their antenna to smell flowers, plants, and other butterflies.
Slide 6 - The Eyes A butterfly has two compound eyes - lots of little eyeballs grouped together. Each eyeball sees a little part of what the butterfly is looking at. It's like looking through a bunch of straws bundled together. Butterflies can see colors. They look for flowers and plants and other butterflies!
Slide 7 - Proboscis A proboscis is like a long tongue or drinking straw. The butterfly uncoils its proboscis and sips up flower nectar or fruit juice.
Slide 8 - The Legs Butterflies have 6 legs (3 pairs). Butterflies taste with their feet! That's how they find flower nectar and the best plants to lay their eggs. "Brush-footed" butterflies (mourning cloak, painted lady, monarch) look like they have only 4 legs. The two front legs are small and covered with small hairs. They hold these legs up by their head.
Slide 9 - The Body A butterfly has 3 body sections: Head, Thorax and Abdomen. The thorax has strong muscles that help the butterfly move its legs and wings. The butterfly's heart and stomach are in its abdomen. It also "breathes" through small holes on the sides of the abdomen.
Slide 10 - The Wings Butterflies have 4 wings: 2 hind wings and 2 forewings. Butterflies with long narrow wings can fly very fast. Butterflies with larger wings can float and glide in the air. Butterflies use their wings to soak up the sun's rays when the weather is cold.
Slide 11 - The Scales Tiny colorful scales cover the both sides of a butterfly's wings. Scales with different colors make patterns and designs on the wings. These patterns are almost the same on the left and right wings, but patterns are very different on the front and back of the wing.
Slide 12 - Here Are Some FUN Sites To Visit! http://www.thebutterflysite.com http://www.insecta-inspecta.com
Slide 13 - Here Is A Great Site That You Can Play Around On! Quiz Yourself…See Which Body Parts Of The Butterfly You Know. http://www.primarygames.com/science/butterflies/facts.htm