Use the information you have gathered about the differences between butterflies and moths to make a Venn diagram.
More Minibeast Worksheets
We've even more minibeast activities here. These are our collection of minibeast worksheets that didn't fit into our othe categories. We are sure you will find something to bring a bit of fun to your minibeast studies.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Fill in the gaps to complete the text describing the frog life cycle using the words from the box on the second page of the worksheet.
The aim of this worksheet is to match each picture to one of the frog life cycle phases, then put them in the right order too. Choose from colour or black and white versions below.
Here's a fun cut and paste activity to help the kids learn about the life cycle of a frog. Can they cut out the pictures, arrange them in the correct order than glue them onto the life cycle diagram?.
Cut out the labels and arrange them around the ladybird as appropriate, drawing lines to join them to correct body part.
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.
Can you arrange these minibeasts into alphabetical order? Maybe you can look for some of these creatures in the garden or park too? Both UK and US versions of this worksheet are available.
Children can work through this worksheet spotting minibeast patterns! Then they can have a go at drawing their own version of the missing minibeast in the box. Available in colour or black and white.
Help the kids learn to count with these extra cute minibeast number lines! We have an ant, bee and beetle to help them along...
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...
This spider web tracing page is quite a challenge - especiay if you tracing over all the dotted lines rather than in between them! When the kids have traced the web, why not suggest that they draw a spider onto it?