Butterfly Life Cycle Raising Kit$34.99
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Butterfly Season 2023 is now closed and we are not accepting anymore orders.
Thanks for another great season! We look forward to raising butterflies again with you next spring!
Watch them grow, then let them go!
Witness the miracle of metamorphosis with our popular Painted Lady Butterfly Raising Kit!
Butterfly Raising Kit comes with:
- 8-10 larvae
- Artificial Diet in an 8 oz. group raising container
- a feeding vial
- paint brush
- complete instructions
- tips for teachers & butterfly facts
Place your order now, select your available pick up or shipping dates from the drop down menu above. IF YOU DO NOT CHOOSE YOUR WEEK IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY CHOOSE THE DEFAULT DATE IN THE DROP DOWN (EARLIER WEEKS AVAILABLE IN DROP DOWN)
Available late spring only.
HABITAT NOT INCLUDED. Please order your habitat separately.
PLEASE NOTE- PAINTED LADIES BUTTERFLY LARVAE SHIPPING CHARGE IS 10% of order total or minimum $12. Other unrelated products need to be placed on a separate order. PAINTED LADIES BUTTERFLY RAISING KITS ARE LIVE LARVAE AND SHIP SEPARATELY FROM OUR REGULAR INVENTORY. PLEASE PLACE BUTTERFLY RAISING KIT ORDERS ON THEIR OWN, DO NOT COMBINE WITH OTHER ORDERS. (Butterfly Raising Kits and Habitats can be combined on one order) If you need other items, like puzzles, decoratives, stickers..... please place those items on a separate order. Butterfly Raising Kits do not qualify for any discounting programs.
This unique, educational project teaches children about life cycles and the natural world. Fun for all ages
Awesome and educational!
This kit was amazing. We ended up with 9 butterflies in the end. It was a wonderful experience, as my kids were extremely involved in the butterflies life cycle, and making sure they were all well care for. It was also a great experience to chat about the cycle of life, and why some of the butterflies didn't make it through the entire process. I will definitely be ordering this again.
Reviewed by anonymous on Feb. 22, 2020, 9:27 p.m. | Permalink
5 of 6 customers found this useful
I have done this with my day home kids for the past 2 years. The first year, all caterpillars attached properly and all butterflies emerged healthy. Last year, 2 chrysali didn't attach to the towel so I laid them on the bottom. Both emerged deformed and it was sad for us to see, but a life lesson. Great learning experience.
Reviewed by Kelsey on Jan. 21, 2020, 8:27 a.m. | Permalink
4 of 5 customers found this useful