Life Cycle of A Butterfly This is an example of an instructional mini lesson on learning about the life cycle of a butterfly for EDT 3470.
What is a life cycle? All organisms have a life cycle that has a beginning and ending. During the life cycle the organism can often take different shapes and sizes. The Butterfly life cycle is very dramatic with different stages and forms from a tiny egg, to a caterpillar, to a pupa, and lastly, to an adult with wings.
Stages in Butterfly Life Cycle • The butterfly begins as a tiny egg. • The egg hatches and grows into a caterpillar or larva. • The larva forms a pupa or chrysalis. • The adult butterfly emerges from the pupa with it’s lovely wings.
What stage of the butterfly life cycle has wings? • Egg • Larva or Caterpillar • Pupa or Chrysalis • Adult
Sorry!! You’re Wrong! Please review the information before returning to the question.
Correct!! The adult butterfly has wings to fly around. Super Job!!!!!!
BIO Page • This mini lesson was created by Howard Poole as an example for EDT 3470. • Edited by Brandy Croak • Information received from http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/butterflies/lifecycle/