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Life Cycle of the Butterfly

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Life Cycle of the Butterfly
Integrating the Arts
Science/Social Studies
Demonstrate an understanding that animals pass through life cycles that include a beginning, development into adults, reproduction and eventually death.
Recognize that animals pass through the same life cycle stages as their parents.
Create simple patterns using objects, pictures, numbers, and rules. Identify possible rules to complete or extend patterns. Patterns may be repeating, growing, or shrinking.

Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Identify main topic and retell key details of a text.
Various butterfly cycle charts
Online sites
Integration Ideas:
Music: Read and notate music using a system of notation such as numbers or symbols.
Dance: Improvise or choreograph dance ideas that communicate an experience or theme. Interpret and perform sequences of movement with a beginning, middle, and end that communicate a life experience, theme, or idea. Revise creative work based on the feedback of others.
Integration Ideas:
Identify the element of theater including plot, theme, character, language, sound.
Interpret and perform a variety of characters using voice, movement, and props.

Media Arts:
Compare and contrast the characteristics of a variety of media artwork.
Integration Idea:
Visual Arts
Identify the elements of Visual Arts including: color, line, shape, texture, and space.
texture rubbing with cycle drawn on top
Create sketch maps to illustrate spatial information about familiar places; describe spatial information found on maps.
Compare physical and human characteristics of a local place and a place for away on a glope or map.
Life Cycle
Create the Life cycle dance
Work with patterns in math by looking at various artworks dealing with patterns and by using the caterpiller paper. Then transform the pattern into dance steps that follow the life cycle. Watch ballet life cycle sample. Perform the dance with feedback from the class. Practice making dance moves with media software game "Fresh Beats" on Nickjr. website
Write informative/explanatory texts in which they name a topic, supply some facts about the topic, and provide some sense of closure.
Write creative texts in which they recount 2 or more appropriately sequenced events, including some details regarding what happened, use words to signal event order, and provide some sense of closure.
Dramatize Life Cycle
Organize and write about Life Cycle
Explain major differences between books that tell stories and books that give information, drawing on a wide reading of a range of text types.
Identify the reasons an author gives to support points in a text.

Integration Ideas:
Visual Arts:
Create original 2 and 3 dimensional artworks to express ideas, experiences or stories.
Life Cycle sculpture.
Life Cycle Art collection
Research tells us:
critical, engaged students are a result of integrating the arts into the core subjects (George Lucas Foundation, 2012).
Musical Arts supported achievement increases in math proficiency and cognitive development (Missouri, 2010, P.6).
Students develop greater empathy and tolerance due to being able to follow their creative expressions (Missouri, 2010).
Integrating Arts helps prepare for the workforce that is still evolving (TED Talk, 2006).
The Arts have a clear connection to servicing all parts of the brain (Kennedy, 2006 & Williams, 2010).
All studies on art integration proves that the arts have a clear link to higher achievement on high stakes tests.
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