The life cycle of a Butterfly

The Life Cycle of a Butterfly

First I got a piece of paper with pictures. There was a picture of a leaf, a picture of egg and leaf, a picture of a butterfly and picture of cocoon. Then I coloured in the pictures. I got a second sheet with four boxes. In each box I wrote down a different part of the life cycle. In the first box I wrote a leaf, in the second box I wrote an egg, in the third box I wrote a cocoon and the last box I wrote a butterfly. Next I cut out the pictures with a scissors. In the first box I stuck on the picture of the leaf. In second box I stuck a picture of an egg, on the third picture I stuck on a picture of a cocoon and the last box I stuck on a picture of a butterfly. I now know how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. The caterpillar goes out the egg on the leaf, it then goes into a cocoon and then it turns into a butterfly.

By Jeff Maher, Senior Infants


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