Use the information you have gathered about the differences between butterflies and moths to make a Venn diagram.
Whether it is handwriting practice, writing prompts or symmetry worksheets you are after, you'll find them all in our Butterfly worksheets.
Colour in this beautifly butterflies scene picture and use the lines to write a story or a piece of descriptive writing describing the scene.
Use this pretty acrostic paper to inspire an acrostic poem for the word BUTTERFLY - a little challenging, perhaps? Four versions available below.
Use our butterfly acrosic poem to inspire some creative writing. The pdf has four different pages for you to choose from.
Here's a fun way to introduce the children to partioning numbers (hundreds, tens and units) - with butterflies and caterpillars! There are 3 pages with 12 questions in the pack, to which we have provided one answer an an example.
Partition numbers in their 1000s with the help of these cheeky butterflies and caterpillars! There are 12 questions in this pack, and we've done the first to show the kids how it works.
Here's a fun way to test if the children know their colour words! Can they draw a line from each beautiful butterfly to the correct colour word?
These bright and cheerful butterfly colour matching cards are the perfect way to help the kids learn to recognise colours. Print and cut out each card, then cut in half. Mix them all up then ask the children to match each colour word to the correct butterfly.
Here's a mystery picture worksheet that will give the kids plenty of practice with coordinates! Don't tell them what to expect so that they can reveal the picture as they plot the points.
Challenge the kids to plot the points in this coordinate picture with 2 quadrants, to reveal an interesting picture. Although we've had to name the pdf file, it would be better not to let the kids know what they will find!
This challenging coordinate picture is based on 4 quadrants. Don't tell the kids what they are plotting so that they can reveal the mystery picture with their work.
Butterfly coordinates! Write down coordinates, plot shapes, translate shapes ... this worksheet provides a real workout!
This worksheet asks children to count the spots on the butterfly - first as a whole, and then wing by wing. It then asks whether the children notice anything. Use it as a starting point to discuss symmetry and doubling, perhaps.
Here's a simple activity for children learning to count up to 20. Count the spots! We have both colour and black and white versions of this page.
We've got four pretty butterflies on this printable for your children to cut towards, following along the dotted lines as carefully as they can!
Here are four pretty butterlies for the kids to cut out, carefully following the dotted lines. Why not hang them up to make a mobile, glue them to straws and peg into the soil of houseplants, or drop them from a curtain rail?
Use this blank sheet to practise doubling. You could laminate the page and use it with a set of counters and a dry wipe pen, leaving your child to work by themselves or perhaps filling in one of the boxes yourself and asking them to work out how to fill the rest.
Each of the pages in this pdf file contains one doubling problem for children to solve - a perfect way to get kids started. Count the existing spots, draw the same number again, and then write the sum underneath.
Learn to double 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 with this colourful butterfly worksheet. Counting the dots first on the left and then on the right will help them to understand.
Draw symmetrical dots onto the butterflies and then write the answer to the problem below - doubles from 1 to 6.
The dotty butterflies on this 2-page worksheet will help the kids learn their doubling facts from 1 to 20.
Learning how to form letters properly is crucial, and our finger tracing worksheets are designed to help. Here's one featuring the butterfly...
Practise writing the word "butterfly" with the help of our handwriting worksheet - and colour in the pictures too. Fun!
This butterfly lifecycle cloze worksheet is an interesting way to learn a little more about the life cycle of these fascinating minibeasts. We've provided a number of words to be used to fill in the blanks.
Have you been studying the life cycle of butterflies? This labelling worksheet is a great way to test how much the kids have learned.
Test how much the children know about the life cycle of a butterfly with this fun labelling worksheet.
Can the kids match the pictures to the descriptions and put them in order too on this butterfly life cycle matching worksheet? Choose from our colour version or black and white which they can colour in themselves...
Notebooking is a great way of recording what you know about a topic! We have two versions of each of our butterfly lifecycle notebooking pages - one with space for a drawing, the other lined throughout.
Can the kids complete the life cycle of a butterfly using the pictures provided? They need to cut out each picture, arrange in the correct order then glue in place.
This story paper shows the stages of a butterfly's life cycle. Ask children to describe the stages and colour the picture or use as a creative writing prompt.
This butterfly life cycle story paper comes in black and white or colour, and lined or with handwriting lines. There are no labels on the picture, so can the kids describe the life cycle process themselves.
Can the children describe the butterfly life cycle on this story paper? The diagram at the top should help them, and they can colour in the illustration too.
Can the children describe the lifecycle of a butterfly using our set of story papers? Each story paper has a picture and plenty of room for writing.
To grow into an adult, a butterfly goes through 4 stages: egg, caterpillar, chrysalis and butterfly. We have a story paper for each stage in this set, with lots of room to write down notes.
Count the pictures - all caterpillars and butterflies - and match to the right number card. Alternatively, fold the cards in half down the centre and glue back to back to form double-sided flash cards.
This is one of our trickier maths facts colouring pages, but the kids will be rewarded with a beautiful butterfly if they solve the sums correctly.
Grab a ruler and measure the colourful butterflies on this worksheet, recording the length in both cm and mm in the table.
Use this notebooking page when you are learning about the butterfly, to record your notes or keep track of sightings.
Can you put the odd and even numbers onto the correct side of the butterfly? For this worksheet we are using numbers 1 to 20.
This worksheet asks children to sort the odd and even numbers each onto one side of the butterfly, working with numbers up to 100.
Trace over the dotted lines to reach the fluttery butterflies and your little ones will be practising their pencil control.
This pictogram worksheet shows the number of butterflies we counted over the summer, sorted by colour. We ask children to study the pictogram, paying attention to the key, and then answer the questions below.
This interesting worksheet asks children to study the pictogram and its and then answer the questions below. It features half and quarter butterflies!
Look at the fun picture of butterflies and then answer the simple questions below. We've also asked children to write the first line of a story based on the picture, to get their imaginations going!
Read the instructions and then colour in the butterfly just how they say. This is a fun way to test reading comprehension.
For this pretty worksheet, we've taken the first 4 shapes that children learn, turned them into flowers and provided butterflies and a caterpillar with shape preferences for the children to match up!
This worksheet asks children to write a shape poem about a butterfly or butterflies, using the shape to form and enhance the poetry. We provide some ideas on the worksheet.
Practise your 10x table with the help of this skip counting grid, and help a brand new butterfly emerge!
Skip count your way across the grid by 2s, to help the butterfly find a leaf on which to lay her eggs.
This worksheet asks children to look at a table recording the butterfly-spotting antics of 4 friends competing for a big prize, and answers some questions on what they see.
This pie chart worksheet asks children to work out the percentage of butterflies spotted of each colour out of a total of 200, then answer a series of questions.
Here is some pretty butterfly story paper for younger kids. Write a story or poem, or perhaps use the paper for handwriting practice or copywork...
If I could fly like a butterfly ...
What would the kids do if they could fly like a butterfly? Use this simple story starter page to find out.
What happens next in this story? We've worded it so that kids can take it in many different directions, and it will be fun to see what they come up with.
Butterflies, with their pairs of wings, lend themselves to symmetry practice. Can children reflect and copy the details on the wings to complete the butterfly?
There are four lovely butterflies to trace in this pack - fun to do, and great for pencil control too. Unlike our usual tracing pages, we've gone colourful with this collection! Children can trace in the same colour, or ignore ours and use whatever colour they like!
Our butterfly worksheet would be a fun activitiy on a summer walk or a visit to a butterfly house where children can observe these beautiful minibeasts.
Use this lovely colouring picture to spark the imagination for a story, or describe what is happening in the picture.
Colour the butterflies according to their first letter sound, and then count up the pictures beginning with each sound too. The page is themed around caterpillars and butterflies.
Colour the butterflies according to the key - looking for a specific number in a specific place. This is a simple first worksheet for practising place value.
This worksheet gives children practice at recognising hundreds, tens and "ones" or units. Colouring butterflies makes it fun!
Here's a challenge to help the kids recognise place value of "ones" or units, tens, hundreds and thousands. Colour in the butterflies according to the key.
We've thrown in a decimal place to this place value worksheet, just to keep the kids on their toes. Colour the butterflies according to the key!
This colourful activity is a great way for the kids to practise their drawing and concentrations skills, and learn about symmetry too. Can they complete each butterfly picture by drawing an exact reflection? We've got 2 sets to choose one, one with a grid to make the task a little easier.
In this guest post Shelly and her kids practise letters and words using the fun and cheerful butterfly letters available from Activity Village.
Read the simple text and then answer 4 questions before drawing a particular of a caterpillar munching on a leaf. We've included answers on page 3.
Match the decimal butterflies to the correct percentage butterflies! There are 4 pages to this worksheet, providing plenty of practice for the kids.
Learning the Phase Three tricky words is so much fun with this colouring activity. No numbers - just tricky words in our key and a pretty butterfly to colour in...
William Wordsworth's poem, To A Butterfly, is a lovely one to read with the children. Here is a pretty printable version.
This simple worksheet provides practice of writing letters b and c, for butterfly and caterpillar - perfect for a spring or summer or minibeasts theme.