I’m sure you already know that a butterfly starts its life as a caterpillar. After all, I’m sure you’ve all read the Hungary caterpillar! If you want to test your insect knowledge, try out this quick quiz https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/quiz/animals-and-nature/take-insects-quiz/
: Insect life cycles: complete and incomplete metamorphism PowerPoint where it provides a fuller explanation of the two life cycle types.
Subheading What is the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphism? Complete two life cycle sheets: one showing a complete metamorphosis and one an incomplete. Remember to select the challenge based on the number of stars:
CH1 = ★
Ch2 = ★★
Ch3 = ★★★
Watch: ‘Life cycle of a butterfly’ video clips to gain a more in-depth knowledge and detail:
Read: ‘National Geographic Great Migrations: Butterflies’ - page 30: Life Cycle to egg https://www.getepic.com/app/read/15131 You will need to access this book via Epic education account using the link below:
To write the story of ‘The life cycle of a butterfly’. This will not only test your story telling skills but should also show your scientific knowledge too!
Explore: This story written by a teacher for much younger children than you : https://www.storyjumper.com/book/read/5811212/The-Life-Cycle-of-a-Butterfly#
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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