Everyone has their favorite feature of Epcot’s Flower And Garden Festival. For my husband, it is the specialty foods and drinks, for me, it is the topiaries and for my kids, it’s the Goodness Garden Butterfly House presented by GoGo SqueeZ. Teach your child about the lifecycle of a butterfly with this free printable butterfly lifecycle workbook.
This post is sponsored by GoGo SqueeZ.
It doesn’t matter how many times we visit butterfly gardens, our kids are enamored every time. And it’s no surprise that the Goodness Garden Butterfly House presented by GoGo SqueeZ also has a pretty impressive flower display inside too.
Goodness Garden Butterfly House Presented By GoGo SqueeZ
It’s a short visit through the butterfly garden watching the hundreds of butterflies flitting about, but it’s special every time. On this visit, our youngest had been learning about butterflies in preschool, complete with their own classroom caterpillars. As we wandered around the garden telling her about butterflies, she told us everything she has been learning about in school with her butterflies. Isn’t it great when school and real-life collide like that?!!?
She loved looking at the chrysalis houses filled with vibrating chrysalis nearly ready for butterflies to emerge and asked me to read her every sign in the garden.
The Goodness Garden Butterfly House Presented by GoGo squeeZ is a beautiful garden offering a kaleidoscopic view of butterflies up close, in all their extraordinary color and an array of healthy plants blooming as kids will learn how fruits and veggieZ are grown.
Mom tip – If you visit the Flower And Garden Festival on the weekend, be sure to strategically plan your visit to the Goodness Garden Butterfly House presented by GoGo SqueeZ for snack time. The GoGo SqueeZ team hands out free samples of GoGo SqueeZ Big SqueeZ to visitors. A yummy treat on a hot day.
Butterfly Lifecycle Activity Pages
After visiting the Goodness Garden Butterfly House presented by GoGo SqueeZ I wanted to continue the lessons learned in the butterfly garden at home. Using some of the information we learned in the butterfly house, I designed a series of butterfly lifecycle activity pages.
I am so excited about how the butterfly lifecycle activity pages turned out including the pages that teach kids about what they need to plant their own butterfly garden at home. I hope your kids will enjoy them as much as mine did.
Although I love the butterfly workbook in full color, you can also print it in black and white if you need to save ink.
Download the free Butterfly Lifecycle Activity Pages HERE.
*Please note, the butterfly lifecycle activity pages are for personal use only. They can not be redistributed on any other website for free or for sale. Teachers are welcome to print as many copies as they need for their personal class and feel free to share this link with friends to print their own. When Pinning, please pin this page vs the printable itself. Thank you.
For those who can’t visit the Goodness Garden Butterfly House presented by GoGo SqueeZ in person, follow us inside to check out the butterflies.
We Love GoGo SqueeZ
GoGo SqueeZ is the official applesauce of Walt Disney World. My family loves GoGo SqueeZ pouches because of the variety of yummy flavors, and I love them because they are made without preservatives or artificial flavors. We just discovered the GoGo SqueeZ Big SqueeZ pouches at Epcot, which are 33% bigger than regular GoGo Squeeze pouches.
I knew the bigger pouches would be perfect for my always-hungry big girls but wasn’t sure if our littlest would be able to finish the new size. Not to worry, she polished it off like a champ. And all of the kids agree the new Big SqueeZ flavors are delish (strawberry is always the first to be gobbled up, raspberry a close second).
We were so inspired by the butterfly garden, we made a fun butterfly craft in addition to the activity pages. Stay tuned for that post coming soon.
In the meantime, learn more about what’s new at Epcot’s Flower And Garden Festival for 2021 including how construction and Covid protocols make a difference. (Hint, they aren’t all bad!)