Addison-Wesley. 1993. Butterflies Abound! A whole language resource guide for K-4. Integrated curriculum for studying butterflies, includes many great activities.
American Association for the Advancement of Science. 1993. Benchmarks for Science Literacy. Oxford University Press: New York.
Cothron, J.H., R.N. Giese, and R.J. Rezba. 1993. Students and Research. Kendall/Hunt Publishing: Iowa.
The Ida Cason Calloway Foundation. 1991. Discover Butterflies. Publications International, Ltd.: Illinois. To order, contact The Education Department of Calloway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia 31822 (404 663-5153). Great activities for students and families, including a unit on monarchs. They also sell a video on butterflies.
Dunn, Gary A. 1994. Project B.U.G.S. (Better Understanding of the Great Six-leggers). Young Entomologists' Society, Inc.: Lansing, MI.
Dunn, Gary A. 1991. Siz-Legged Science: Insects in the Classroom (3rd edition) Curriculum and Activity Suggestions for Teaching about Insects. Young Entomologists' Society, Inc.: Lansing, MI. Lessons about insects. Hands-on approach with tips on rearing, observing, experimenting, and preserving.
Hickman, Pamela M. 1990. Bugwise. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company: Reading, MA.
Mitchell, A. 1982. The Young Naturalist. EDC Publishing: Oklahoma.
National Academy of Sciences. The Life Cycle of Butterflies, Teacher's Guide. 1992. Available from Carolina Biological supply (1 800-334-5551). Lessons on painted ladies that can be adapted to monarchs.
Stenhouse-Kneidel, S. 1993. Creepy Crawlies and the Scientific Method. Fulcrum Publishing: Colorado.
Stepans, J. 1994. Targeting Students' Science Misconceptions. Idea Factory, Inc.: Florida.