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Metamorphosis

 

Region: Berkshire
Level: Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8
Program type: Field Trip;

Description: Step into a world of butterflies in Berkshire Museum’s very own butterfly house! Don’t be fooled, these delicate-looking creatures are made to survive! What better way to understand the lifecycles and survival strategies of butterflies than to get up close and personal? As they land on your nose, ponder why butterflies have different colors. Explore how butterflies sense their world. Inquire about how they have adapted to survive in each of their stages of life. Available June through September 2014.

Topics: Animals, Wildlife biology

Aligned to content standards (if any):
PreK LS1, PreK LS3, Grade 3 LS3, Grade 4 ESS1, Grade 4 LS1, Grade 4 PS3, Grade 5 ESS1

Additional information (if any):

45 Min-One Hour

Fee Information: $3.00 Per Student
$30.00 minimum
Chaperones; Free- one chaperone for every five students is $5.00
Teachers-Free