After learning about the life cycle of butterflies in the classroom, second-grader Taylor Amodo and Kindergartener Kaliyah Amodo of Akhiok were fortunate to see the process for themselves. While playing outside one evening, they found a caterpillar. They carefully collected it, placed it in a jar, and began to monitor it for any signs of changing. After a short time it formed its chrysalis, then after a few more days, a moth emerged. They were thrilled they were able to apply what they had learned in school to their everyday lives.
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