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Butterfly Words:

Butterflies:

Butterflies are very unique insects.  They have four wings and six legs.  They can fly through the air or rest on a flower.  When you see a butterfly, try to describe it.  Here are some words you might use.  

small

delicate

fragile

colorful

flying

antennae

wings

legs

proboscis

body

Flight: 

Butterflies fly from flower to flower to drink sweet nectar.  They use their wings to fly through the air!  When you see a butterfly, observe how it flies.  Try to describe what you see.

very slowly

slowly

fast

quickly

very quickly

delicately

gliding

sailing

soaring

swiftly

Wings:

Butterflies use their wings to fly through the air. When you see a butterfly, try to describe its wings.  Here are some words that describe butterfly wings.

small

still

colorful

bright

light

large

moving

shiny

dull

dark

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