The UTSA Monarch and Milkweed team visited several elementary schools. Students interacted with monarch larva, pupa, and adults to better understand the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis. The students also took a trip in the life of a monarch as they learned specific ways to survive during their four stages of development using different techniques including behavior, coloration, and chemicals. The kids had no problem using their imagination to spend winter as their favorite animal. All were able to learn about winter survival strategies that are unique to the animal they chose before comparing them to winter survival strategies of the Monarch Butterfly.
Click the date to see photos from EYES activities.
|July 2017||Summer Camp - Monarch Butterfly Ecology|
|July 2016||Summer Camp - Monarch Butterfly Ecology|
|February 25-26, 2016||Visit to Henderson Elementary|
|February 22-23, 2016||Visit to Galm Elementary|
|February 18-19, 2016||Visit to Eduardo Villarreal Elementary|
|February 11-17, 2016||Visit to Glenoaks Elementary|
|January 23, 2016||Girl Scouts Tour UTSA Butterfly House / Greenhouse|