Butterfly Facts For Kids Picture Book Ages 3-5
In the Clouducated Butterfly Facts For Kids Book, Do You Know Butterflies?, your child will learn many new facts about butterflies.
- Butterflies are beautiful: Butterflies are beautiful and graceful flying insects that come in a variety of colors. They flit and flutter in our own backyards, traveling from flower to flower.
- Insects have three body parts: All insects have three body parts: the head, the thorax, and the abdomen. All insects have six legs and a pair of antennae, but not all insects have wings. Butterflies belong to a group of insects with wings. Butterfly wings come in a rainbow of colors. Each wing is covered with thousands of tiny scales to create a beautiful butterfly. Butterfly wings are the same on both sides.
- Butterflies have five senses: A butterfly has five senses like us. It can see, hear, smell, taste, and touch. A butterfly can see with its two big eyes. It can hear with its hairy body! A butterfly can smell with its antennae and taste with its feet! How do butterflies eat? A butterfly has a long straw-like mouth that is rolled up when it is not eating. A butterfly uncoils its mouth, sticks it into the center of a flower and drinks the sweet nectar.
- Butterflies have ways to protect themselves: Birds, snakes, lizards, frogs, and spiders like to eat butterflies. Butterflies use their colors to protect themselves from animals that want to eat them. Some butterflies are brightly colored. A monarch butterfly has bright colors that tell other animals, “I’m poisonous!” Some butterflies blend in with their surroundings.
In Do You Know Butterflies? your child will learn:
- Butterflies Are Animals
- Butterflies Are Insects
- Butterflies Have Three Body Parts
- Butterfly Wings Are The Same On Both Sides
- Butterflies Have Five Senses
- Butterflies Smell With Their Antennae
- Butterflies Taste With Their Feet
- Butterflies Eat With Their Straw-Like Mouth
- Butterflies Eat Nectar
- Some Animals Like To Eat Butterflies
- Butterflies Have Ways To Protect Themselves
- Caterpillars Eat Plants
- Some Animals Eat Caterpillars
- Caterpillars Turn Into A Chrysalis
- A Chrysalis Turns Into A Butterfly