Use our collection of worksheets to add to your classes!
Kindergarten - 3rd Grade
Draw a picture of each life cycle stage of the Monarch Butterfly.
Pre K - 1st Grade
Practice writing skills on the wings of this butterfly. Try writing one fact on each wing.
Pre K + (with Parent Help)
Record information about how and where you released the Monarchs you raised. If you send this back to us, we'll record it in our annual statistics!
2nd Grade +
Measure the growth of your Monarch Caterpillars. Practice measuring skills, or even use the data to create a graph.
Kindergarten - 5th Grade
Observe pollinators in your local community. See how many different kinds of pollinators you can find, along with their food, water, and shelter.
Kindergarten - 2nd Grade
Practice math and science skills by measuring the growth of seedlings each week.
Use this tasting sheet to explore the tastes of different foods. Try to find foods that are sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and umami. Need ideas? Check out the Sense Salad Examples for ideas of what to sample.
Use this recipe sheet to design your own Sense Salad using sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and umami ingredients.
Use these example ingredients and tips for creating your own Sense Salad.
2nd Grade - 6th Grade
Research plants that provide food for pollinators. Plants should provide pollen and nectar, and something in the garden should be blooming all year.
Go on a scavenger hunt for the parts of the plant that we eat! You could do this in a garden, neighborhood, or even a kitchen.
Label parts of the plant and list examples of parts of plants that we eat. You could use this as a tasting guide as well!
2nd Grade - 5th Grade
Observe the pollinators in your community. Record your data in this Pollinator Count Table.
3rd Grade - 5th Grade
Honey bees are facing many problems that are causing populations to decline. Match each problem with a description of the problem.
Label each honey bee caste and describe the job(s) that each caste performs.
Compare the similarites and differences between honey bees and native bees such as Bumble Bees, Carpenter Bees, and Mason Bees.
Put the life cycle pictures in the correct order and label each stage of development (Egg, Larvae, Pupa, Adult Bee).
Practice writing skills on the wings of this bee. Try writing one bee fact on each wing.