Butterfly Papercrafts: 21 Indoor Projects for Outdoor Learning

Butterfly Papercrafts: 21 Indoor Projects for Outdoor Learning


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Butterfly Papercrafts: 21 Indoor Projects for Outdoor Learning by Sal Levinson, Danielle Levinson

Want to learn about caterpillars and butterflies? This is the fun, easy way for kids 5-12 (and grown-ups!) to discover the secrets of these fascinating creatures that live in both urban and wild areas. The instructions for the indoor crafts include outdoor activities that lead to observation and understanding. Requiring only ordinary supplies found around the house like scissors and glue, each craft can be completed quickly and leads to another step in butterfly knowledge. Adult supervision recommended.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781508695370
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/07/2015
Pages: 50
Sales rank: 894,001
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

Sal Levinson studied entomology at the graduate level at UC Riverside and UC Berkeley. She has worked with insects from the fields of central California, the forests of Connecticut and Idaho, to the labs of Berkeley. Over the past twenty years, she has been an active butterfly educator, using her butterfly garden to provide specimens for adult and children's classes, teacher trainings, and garden fairs. She and her brother, Bill Levinson, have made two films, "In the Company of Wild Butterflies," and "The Secret Lives of Monarchs." She lives in Berkeley with her husband and her insects.

Danielle Levinson, Sal's daughter, grew up with caterpillar terrariums on the kitchen table. She has a degree in design from UC Davis. She is now a software engineer for Google and lives in Berkeley with her sister.

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