A BUT­TER­FLY GAR­DEN

say to you “My good­ness How of­ten do grownups what if you com­pletely you’ve grown!!” But as a if you started out trans­formed? What up as a but­ter­fly? cater­pil­lar and ended meta­mor­pho­sis and you It’s called in your own gar­den… can watch it hap­pen

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Ev­ery in­sect has a cir­cle of life, although some (like aphids) skip the chrysalis stage. Some in­sects are so tiny we have to look hard to see them. Oth­ers we just can’t help notic­ing - like the amaz­ing monarch but­ter­fly

MOCK . C O T S K N I H T

The but­ter­fly finds a mate and then

lays more eggs and so it goes on –

the cir­cle of life! A but­ter­fly lays its egg on a plant, and soon out pops a tiny cater­pil­lar… ...a few days later out hatches a

but­ter­fly!

It grows and grows as it munches and crunches its way through the leaves

un­til...

...the cater­pil­lar trans­forms it­self into

a chrysalis and…

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