20/20 -$20 Animated Butterfly FREEBIE plus a 20 page butterfly unit!

Hey teaches...start spring off right with a interactive butterfly in jar and a step by step unit to guide you through the life cycle of a butterfly!

Here's how you can win it ALL!:
1.  Become a follower or be a follower of my blog.
2.   Leave a comment about your favorite spring activity.
3.  Post about my giveaway on your blog for an extra entry.  Leave me a comment letting me know you posted:)

The Butterfly Unit can purchased at http://www.theschroederpage.com/!
While you are there check out my End of the Year Unit!
                 
            I just added a new sheet to go along with my
Butterfly Unit and the butterfly jars. 
You can download it for free at www.theschroederpage!


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75 comments

  1. I follow your fabulous blog! :)

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  2. One of my favorite Spring activities is watching tadpoles grow into frogs!

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  3. And I blogged about it because those butterfly jars and flippin' cool!
    http://msdurning.blogspot.com/2011/03/big-thanks-and-great-giveaway.html

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  4. Those butterfly jars are so cool!!! I follow your amazing blog! :)

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  5. Butterflies are my favorite. I hate that they almost always hatch on the weekend!!!

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  6. So FUN! I've never seen this before. It'd be great for our last non-fiction balanced literacy unit. I follow your blog.

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  7. My favorite spring activity is doing a feet painting print for our father's day gifts. Always so precious!

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  8. I'm starting life cycle of the butterfly in April. I follow your blog! :)

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  9. My favorite spring activity is observing the weather (because it's so beautiful here in TX!), writing about it in their science notebook and then creating a Spring Mural as a class. I love it when they all work together :)

    Colleen Patton
    Mrs. Patton’s Patch

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  10. I follow your blog now!

    My favorite spring activity is our annual Nature Walk through the high school's nature preserve! We look for different types of seeds, bugs, tree leaves, and identify human impact on the forest.

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  11. I just came across your blog! Love it. I'm following it now. :)

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  12. I'm following and I NNNEEEED these butterflies items! We're doing our unit next month and going to butterfly world. My fingers are crossed! My favorite spring activity is growing flowers!

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  13. Oh! & I posted on my blog!
    www.luv2teachgirl.blogspot.com

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  14. I'm a new follower of your blog ~ Like what I see! :o)

    Cindy
    ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

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  15. My favorite school spring activity:
    Learning about the weather (rainbows, lightning, wind, precipitation, etc)

    My favorite non-school spring activity:
    Going on walks with my hubby!

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  16. My favorite spring activity is learning about oviparous animals and doing a butterfly unit!

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  17. I am a follower of your blog!! =)

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  18. My favorite spring activity is decorating a paper cup with a face and growing grass as its hair. Lots of fun and a good science experiment - the kids have to use what they know about what plants need and grass grows FAST!

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  19. My favorite Spring activity is learning about the lifecycles of the butterfly, frog, and chicken! I LOVE Spring!

    ~Gladys
    Once Upon a Time in First Grade

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  20. So glad I found your blog and am now a FOLLOWER! My favorite Spring activity is watching birds at our birdfeeder....so cute and interesting.

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  21. I follow your blog!! Where do you get the butterfly in a jar? I MUST have one! HAHA

    Jena
    1st Grade with Miss Snowden

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  22. I blogged about your giveaway!! I also looked for the unit on your web page. What link is it under?

    Jena
    1st Grade with Miss Snowden

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  23. My favorite Spring activity is for my students to make their own kites when we study the wind and symmetry.

    Jena
    1st Grade with Miss Snowden

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  24. We study life cycles with mealworms. The kids get really excited during our insect unit.

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  25. I am SUPER excited because I am moving from intermediate to 2nd grade next year!!! I have been searching the internet to find some great ideas for my class next year and I came across your FABULOUS blog! I am now a Schroeder blog follower!!!! Thanks for the ideas and for sharing. I know that I will be using them!

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  26. Last year was the first time my entire class made their own kites. I have never seen them so excited about getting to fly them outside. It was hilarious!

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  27. I follow your blog!

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  28. I just became a follower of your blog.

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  29. My favorite spring activity is planting seeds. Everyday the kids remind me of the Frog and Toad story, "The Garden", because they are so impatient for their seeds to grow.

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  30. I posted about your give-away on my blog.

    http://firstgradeisfantabulous.blogspot.com/

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  31. I follow google connect "anash"
    Thank you kindly.
    anashct [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  32. my favorite spring activity is going outside exploring!
    anashct [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  33. My favorite spring activity is when we get chicken eggs and incubate them! We love the hands on life cycle learning. I would love to try out your butterfly unit! My fingers are crossed!

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  34. My favorite spring activity is . . . . Spring Break!!

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  35. Just purchased Mrs. Schroeder's butterfly unit! I am totally going back for more. What a wonderful classroom addition and Easter present.

    Avonda

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  36. Butterflies oh my! Reminds me of my old pal SID. What a beautiful Spring Unit! Go get one! I am heading back to look at the End of the Year one too! Happy Friday y'all!
    Mrs. A

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  37. I follow your blog! Favorite spring activity is the life cycle of a butterfly!

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  38. My favorite spring activity would be lifecycles...of plants, butterflies, and frogs. My kids each year love making the pasta life cycle of a butterfly. A piece of rice for the egg, a macaroni noodle for the caterpillar, a shell pasta for the pupa/cocoon, and bowtie pasta for the butterfly. It turns out so cute.

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  39. I am a follower of your blog! I just found you and I am in love <3

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  40. My favorite spring activity is weather activities. I love making a flip book of the types of clouds using cotton, the kids love it too!

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  41. awesome stuff! I follow your blog!

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  42. I love to teach my earth day unit in the spring!

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  43. I also just blogged about it! :)

    http://tekyteach.blogspot.com

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  44. My favorite spring activity would have to be studying living things. We are working on an animal book about local animals vs. animals that live in Australia. We are super excited about it!

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  45. This looks great. We have a butterfly chrysalis in our class right now. But the kids missed seeing the transformation. This would be great! Check out our butterflies at www.learningwithmrsparker.blogspot.com. The post will be ready this afternoon.

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  46. I am your first member... faithful follower! The butterfly unit sounds AWESOME. I have posted your blog and website addresses on my facebook wall! Keep posting!

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  47. I am now an "official" follower of your super cute blog!

    Brenda http://primaryinspired.blogspot.com/

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  48. My favorite spring activity is our plant unit & actually gardening with my class. They LOVE it!

    Brenda
    http://primaryinspired.blogspot.com/

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  49. I just blogged about your awesome giveaway on my blog http://primaryinspired.blogspot.com/!
    An interactive butterfly?! That is just too cool!

    Brenda
    http://primaryinspired.blogspot.com/

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  50. Just followed your fun blog!

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  51. One of our classroom favorites is our spring ant farm. The kids love it!

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  52. I am a follower of your blog!!

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  53. My favorite Spring activity is watching the caterpillars turn into butterflies. My students love watching them, and learning about the life cycle of butterflies. It is a great way to finish the year!!

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  54. I'm now a follower of your blog! It's very cute!!

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  55. The blog and the butterfly are just awesome! You truly are a super teacher!

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  56. My favorite Spring activity is lifecyles....plant, butterflys, insects...

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  57. I follow your blog. And my favourite Spring activity is walking the beach on a sunny but windy day.

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  58. And if you want my favourite classtime Spring activity it would be learning about insects and doing independent insect projects!

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Extra, extra tell Mrs. Schroeder about it!