Love butterflies? They’re a fantastic topic for kids and one that so many children are genuinely interested in too. Today I’m sharing nine pages of free butterfly activity sheets perfect for helping to encourage your child’s interest.
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Butterfly Activity Sheets
Over the years we’ve shared so many butterfly crafts and activities as they’re a subject that my kids always seem interested in and they’re ones that tend to look great too!
Butterflies are also a great topic for spring and summer and they’re normally a really popular topic in preschools and early years education as well as just for parents at home looking for something their kids will enjoy.
The sheets I’m sharing with you today include a couple of diagrams to help give a basic idea of butterflies lifecycles and body parts as well as colouring, tracing, writing prompts and more.
You can see all of the activity sheets listed below and while the sheets will be delivered to you as one PDF you can choose the ones which are most suited to your child’s age and interest.
As well as these printable sheets I’m also sharing some of our favourite butterfly crafts, perfect to make alongside these activities.
Butterfly Activity Sheets Contents
- Butterfly Life Cycle: A diagram showing the different stages.
- Life of a Butterfly: Prompts to help children write down the different stages.
- Cut and Colour Life of a Butterfly Sheet.
- Spotted Butterfly Addition: Add spots to the butterfly wings to help finish the number sentences.
- Cut and Paste Life Cycle of a Butterfly: Great for supporting scissor skills too
- Diagram of the Parts of a Butterfly
- Butterfly Symmetry Drawing
- Butterfly Trace the Lines Drawing
- Butterfly Colour by Number
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Butterfly Crafts for Kids
We love butterflies and they’re always a really popular thing to make with children. Why not try out one of our easy butterfly crafts too, perfect for making alongside these activities.
These butterfly suncatchers are ones that my kids made and from how popular this post is I’m guessing there are a lot of kids with these now decorating their rooms too! Simple to make and a great way to brighten a window up.
Get outside and make this simple butterfly nature craft using our free butterfly template.
Paper plate crafts are some of our favourites as they’re a craft material that so many of us have readily available at home. This paint splat butterfly craft is a great one to make using them and it’s a great way to use up any old paints too.
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