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How to Raise Monarch Butterflies: A Step-by-Step Guide for Kids by Carol Pasternak
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    Observing a Monarch butterfly as it transforms itself from caterpillar to chrysalis to butterfly is among the most thrilling experiences that nature offers. Raising Monarch butterflies is made easy with the help of this detailed guide.How to Raise Monarch Butterflies explains what threats Monarchs face today and how readers can help conserve the Monarch's feeding grounds from encroachment. Revel in one of the most remarkable miracles of nature.This updated edition contains:More than 40 new...

    Learning from Monarchs: A Teachers Handbook by Ba Rea
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    Item #: 138496 -

      There are as many ways to use monarchs in the classroom as there are teachers interested in giving it a try. Monarchs offer a compelling introduction to insect life cycles, the intricacies of ecosystems and food webs, and the balance of nature. This text is intended as a starting point for teachers interested in using monarchs in their classrooms. It introduces concepts and information that will be useful as you design your own monarch lessons.

      Monarch Come Play With Me by Ba Rea
      Price: $11.00
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      Item #: 138495 -

        Monarch Come Play with Me was written and designed for children between the ages of 3 and 9. The text, written for early second grade readers, revolves around the similarities and differences between the development of monarchs and the development of children. An informational text at the end of the book introduces readers to the process of scientific discovery through the story of Dr. Fred and Norah Urquhart's search - with the help of many citizen scientists - for the eastern monarchs'...

        Milkweed, Monarchs And More
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        Item #: 138494 -

          A diverse natural community thrives in the milkweed growing along our highways and woodland edges; in our open fields, fragmented prairies and vacant lots; and in our lovingly tended gardens. Several kinds of insects depend on milkweed as a food source. The best known of these are the monarch butterflies whose late summer generation graduates from milkweed nurseries all over North America to join in an impressive migration. Some fly as far as 4800 kilometers (3000 miles) from the northern...

          Monarch Watch Bookmarks
          Price: $8.00
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          Item #: 137492 -

            Our Bookmark Pack includes a total of 60 bookmarks (10 each of 6 designs). Each bookmark (approximately 2" x 8") features a beautiful photo on the front and related information on the back. Themes include monarch conservation, monarch research, monarch facts, Monarch Waystations, and more! These bookmarks are a great way to promote monarch conservation awareness and make wonderful giveaways for students or anyone interested in monarch butterflies.

            Milkweed Visitors by Mary Holland
            Price: $11.00
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            Item #: 136719 -

              Mary Holland's beautiful photographs are complemented by clear and accurate text introducing the reader to the community that calls the common milkweed patch home. Learn about herbivores, nectivores and predators and how they live their lives. The book is designed for both home and classroom use.