31st March 2006 at 01:00

* Make a Venn diagram showing similarities and differences between moths and butterflies.

* Compare lengths of different caterpillars (longer than, shorter than, the same as, how much longer...)


* Find out which other creatures come out mostly at night.

* Draw a sequence showing the life-cycle of a moth from egg to adult.


* Create a moth menu for a birds' family night out.


* Swarm without touching!

* Make up a dance based on moths and bees where squeaking features.

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