Delaware second graders bid farewell to butterfly


Second-graders at Carlisle Elementary School said good-bye Wednesday to a monarch butterfly — look closely and you’ll see it — that they have been studying since it was a caterpillar. Teachers said the students were given several caterpillars from Preservation Parks of Delaware County and had watched them grow, cocoon and hatch, and would then release them. The students had two more caterpillars and a chrysalis to observe Wednesday.


Second-graders at Carlisle Elementary School said good-bye Wednesday to a monarch butterfly — look closely and you’ll see it — that they have been studying since it was a caterpillar. Teachers said the students were given several caterpillars from Preservation Parks of Delaware County and had watched them grow, cocoon and hatch, and would then release them. The students had two more caterpillars and a chrysalis to observe Wednesday.

Second-graders at Carlisle Elementary School said good-bye Wednesday to a monarch butterfly — look closely and you’ll see it — that they have been studying since it was a caterpillar. Teachers said the students were given several caterpillars from Preservation Parks of Delaware County and had watched them grow, cocoon and hatch, and would then release them. The students had two more caterpillars and a chrysalis to observe Wednesday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/09/web1_Butterflies.jpgSecond-graders at Carlisle Elementary School said good-bye Wednesday to a monarch butterfly — look closely and you’ll see it — that they have been studying since it was a caterpillar. Teachers said the students were given several caterpillars from Preservation Parks of Delaware County and had watched them grow, cocoon and hatch, and would then release them. The students had two more caterpillars and a chrysalis to observe Wednesday.