Butterfly Life Cycle – Science Game for Kids

This science game helps children review knowledge of the life cycle of a butterfly. It is suitable for junior primary first and second grade learners.
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  • Key Science Facts
    • This science educational game for children, helps review lessons on the stages or life cycle of butterflies and moths – called metamorphosis.
    • A butterfly begins life as an egg.
    • The larva hatches from an egg.
    • Larva is also called caterpillar.
    • The plural of larva is larvae.
    • The caterpillar sheds its skin many times as it grows.
    • This process of losing its skin is called molting.
    • At a resting stage, the caterpillar turns into a pupa or chrysalis.
    • From the pupa, an adult butterfly emerges and flies around.
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Children learn about the butterfly life cycle during primary grades. Key concepts of this learning include: The stages or life cycle of butterflies and moths is called metamorphosis. A butterfly begins life as an egg. The larva hatches from an egg. Larva is also called caterpillar. The plural of larva is larvae. The caterpillar sheds its skin many times as it grows. This process of losing its skin is called molting. At a resting stage, the caterpillar turns into a pupa or chrysalis. From the pupa, an adult butterfly emerges and flies around. In Butterfly Life CycleScience Spelling Game for Kids, students get a chance to spell familiar terms they have learned about the butterfly life cycle. Part of the letters are already in the blocks and part have to be dragged and dropped in for the answers to be complete. After answering each question, the following screen features a colorful Parrot chef baking fresh deserts. When the answer is correct, the baked desert comes out perfect, but when the answer is incorrect, the baked dish is burned! This game would be great for science partners to work on between other activities. Read Less