The Monarch Butterfly
Microsoft ® Office PowerPoint
of Slides: 26
for grades: K - 10
presentation introduces students to the world of the Monarch
Butterfly. Although Monarchs live in various locations, this slide show
focuses on the habits and migration of Monarchs living in North America.
will learn how Monarchs go through four stages during their life cycle
and that each year sees four generations.
are photographs of Monarch eggs, larvae (caterpillars), and adult butterflies.
reasons all eggs do not survive are listed. The basic body parts
are listed: tentacles, head, thorax, abdomen, rings, true legs
will learn that while larvae can feed only on Milkweed plants, adults have liquid diets from nectar and fruits. The new term
"proboscis" is introduced.
presentation concludes with a listing of fun Monarch facts.
terms: larva, larvae, pupa, chrysalis, tentacles, thorax, abdomen,
true & prolegs, metamorphosis, proboscis, and migration.
Roiser BAA, BEd &
Kevin Chorowiec OCT, BAS, BEd