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Is it a bird? A plane? A butterfly? It’s a Mighty Moth! These delicate creatures will no longer be ignored insects when children take note of their natural beauty.
Everyone loves butterflies, but who loves moths? Did you know that there are eight times more moths in the world than butterflies? These insects share many features. They transform from caterpillars and have six legs, two pairs of wings, big eyes, antennae, and a tongue.
So how can you distinguish between moths and butterflies? Moths don’t have knobs on the ends of their antennae. When at rest, a moth's wings remain open, while a butterfly's wings remain together. Some moths are night flyers, so their bodies are thick and hairy to help them stay warm.
Using Crayola® Fine Line Markers, draw your favorite moths. Can you find some that are bright colored? Or that have intricate wing patterns to help them blend into their surroundings?
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Who's a bug watcher? There are so many fascinating insects and arachnids to discover! Create several Crawling Creatures
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These 3-D paper fireflies sparkle in the dark!
What insect is solar powered and tastes with its legs? Find out about a butterfly's life cycle in this colorful game. Ma
Your children will leap into this life-size frog and dragonfly project. Make an even bigger splash by planning a family
Celebrate wildlife and warm tropical weather! Cut and color a flock of these bright winged creatures!
Create a colorful creeper with paper plates. Will it be a hairy woolly bear? Or a caterpillar that’s knobby, tufty, or h
Croak! Kerplop! Bzzz! When you draw pond life on wet paper, creatures seem to come to life right before your eyes.
Kids go on safari when they follow their animal instincts with art adventures. Put these booklets on your survival list.