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Kids activity for ages 3-12. EVERYONE CAN PARTICIPATE! Here’s how: Print and color any moth you like from the book which you can find at this link. You can use a moth guide book (Click here for suggested books) to color … Continue reading
The Dustin family in Maine invited their friends to a Moth Dinner Party to cerebrate NMW. They baked a moth inspired cake and watched Godzilla vs Mothra. The kids went on a scavenger hunt (see below) right before the cake … Continue reading
Crinkleroot “…was born in a tree and raised by bees!”. He can speak caterpillar, moth, and butterfly, all at the same time. And he is our new friend and supporter. Jim Arnosky, the author who created Crinkleroot, gave us permission … Continue reading
Discover Life‘s mission is to assemble and share knowledge in order to improve education, health, agriculture, economic development, and conservation throughout the world. We provide free on-line tools to identify species, share ways to teach and study nature’s wonders, report … Continue reading
The Lepidopterists’ Society can provide K-12 students, teachers and parents resources on butterflies and moth awareness either in the classroom to enhance your educational curriculum, or for your own personal interest and enjoyment. Check out our projects below to find … Continue reading