The Best Butterfly Books for Kids & Free Printable
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We are starting to see butterflies in our yard again now that we have some flowers blooming, and we thought we’d celebrate by sharing our favorite butterfly books for kids. If you’ve never ‘hatched’ your own butterflies, it is a wonderful learning experience. My kids have done this several times with caterpillars we ordered online, and with luna moth cocoons my mom found on a tree. Watching and waiting and then releasing these beauties was such a fun hands-on way to experience science.
Our free printable pack extends the science lesson across the curriculum to language arts, with some fun activities to try after reading a few books about butterflies. Head to the library and check some of these out with our free library checklist. If you have a favorite butterfly book to add to our list, please share it in the comments. We’d love to hear from you!
Free Printable Butterfly Pack
Click here or on the image below to download a free Butterfly Printable Pack, with Butterfly Books for Kids Library Checklist, Language Arts Sentence Sequencing activity, Butterfly Poetry Copywork, and beautiful Butterfly Notebook Pages.
Our favorite butterfly books for kids
- Waiting for Wings
- The Very Hungry Caterpillar
- Owly & Wormy, Friends All Aflutter!
- My, Oh My–A Butterfly!: All About Butterflies (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
- The Butterfly
- Are You a Butterfly? (Backyard Books)
- A Butterfly Is Patient
- I Wish I Were a Butterfly
- Caterpillars, Bugs and Butterflies: Take-Along Guide
- National Geographic Readers: Caterpillar to Butterfly
- From Caterpillar to Butterfly (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)
- Ruth Heller’s How to Hide a Butterfly & Other Insects
- Hurry and the Monarch
- Gotta Go! Gotta Go!: A Picture Book
- Monarch Butterfly
- Ten Little Caterpillars
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And now for the link up!
Our hosts will still share a themed selection of our favorite books each week.
If you’d like to join us as a co-host for What to Read Wednesday, please contact Anne.
This list has our book themes, but you don’t have to stick to that to link up–any family-friendly posts are welcome. So, come on! Join in the fun!
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