Unit 8: Social Studies Connection

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Discover Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Map of Smoky Mountain National Park

Scientists found hundreds of kinds of butterflies and moths in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

The map shows the park and the states that are around it.

Word Wise

An insect with four colorful wings and a thin body. It flies in the daytime: Some caterpillars change into butterflies.

An insect with four wings and a wide body. It flies at night: Some moths can damage cloth and fur.

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Copy this chart on a piece of paper. Fill in the chart to compare butterflies and moths.

Butterflies Moths
Number of wings
Is it colorful?
Type of body
Damages cloth and fur

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quiz
Use the map to answer the questions. Choose the correct answer.