Life Cycles - Laurel County

Life Cycles - Laurel County

Life Cycles Objective: Plants and animals have life cycles that include the beginning of life, growth and development, reproduction and death. The details of a life cycle are

different for different organisms. Lets see what you already know about life cycles Word Bank adult death

tadpole eggs pupa larva egg nymph hatching 1. Most animals come from ______________.

2. When an animal breaks out of an egg, that is called ________________. 3. What are the three stages of growth of a grasshopper? A.___________________ B.___________________ C._______________ 4. Name the stages of butterfly growth. A.___________________ B.___________________ C.___________________ D.___________________ 5. The second stage in the life cycle of a frog is called a

_______________. 6. The final stage in the life cycle of all animals is _________________. Vocabulary

life cycle

metamorphosis stages of the life cycle pupa larva egg adult chrysalis nymph

molting maturity tadpole Essential Vocabulary Life cycle the stages a plant or animal goes through from egg to adult

Metamorphosis the process of change during the life cycle Simple metamorphosis the process of change during the life cycle where the young resembles the adult Complete metamorphosis the young does not look like the adult

Life cycle stages Birth Growth/change

Maturity Death 3 Phase Insect Life Cycle Simple Metamorphosis Insects Cockroaches

Grasshoppers Dragonflies 4 Phase Insect Life Cycle Complete Metamorphosis Insects Beetles

Butterflies/moths Flies Ants, wasps, bees fleas Identify the following life cycles as - simple (3 phases) - complete (4 phases)

Life Cycle of a Butterfly Dragonfly Life Cycle Mosquito Life Cycle Grasshopper Life Cycle

Now, lets try that test again and see what you have learned! Word Bank adult death tadpole

eggs larva egg nymph pupa hatching

1. Most animals come from ______________. 2. When an animal breaks out of an egg, that is called ________________. 3. What are the three stages of growth of a grasshopper? A.___________________ B.___________________ C._______________ 4. Name the stages of butterfly growth. A.___________________ B.___________________ C.___________________ D.___________________

5. The second stage in the life cycle of a frog is called a _______________. 6. The final stage in the life cycle of all animals is _________________.

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