Do you own the book, The Flight of Orville Wright Caterpillar? Well, I have some exciting news for you!
Curriculum for The Flight of Orville Wright Caterpillar is Now Available…Free!
Curriculum has been created for the story, with music, guitar chords and a music video. Finally, it’s altogether in one place. The curriculum is free and and includes a craft, coloring pages, the story questions for the teacher and the opportunity to talk to your child or your Sunday School class about being born again.
Updated Info on Real Caterpillar Cocoons
The curriculum also includes links to real caterpillar cocoons for a dynamic lesson in nature…cocoon to butterfly. What an excellent gift for Easter, to be able to bring out the idea of becoming a new creation. The cocoons will bring about a genuine curiosity. How much better could it be to explain Jesus’ resurrection and the new birth!
When Should I Order the Butterfly Kit?
You’ll need to order at least 3 weeks before Easter. Deadline yourself for the first week of March 2013!
Painted Lady Butterflies
The cocoons produce Painted Lady Butterflies that can live indoors up to three weeks. Order them in time for Easter, March 31, 2013, and it might be warm enough where you live to turn them loose outdoors (above 50 degrees). The website includes instructions for their keep and suggestions like: “Let you children hold the butterfly carefully in their hand to warm the butterfly.” Order soon for them to arrive and open in time for Easter!
Read the Reviews and Purchase The Flight of Orville Wright Caterpillar for Easter Baskets!
You’ll need to purchase the book, The Flight of Orville Wright Caterpillar by Donna Perugini to work with the curriculum. Order here: Donna’s Children’s Bookstore. Deadline yourself for this book and order by the first week of March 2013 at the latest! Be sure to check out the Reader’s Reviews for testimonies. The readers tell you what the book meant to them as a child growing up. Let them tell you what a difference the book made in their lives.
Have you ever raised butterflies from caterpillars? What did you think about seeing them change? Leave your comments…we love them!