Life Cycle of a Butterfly

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Life Cycle of a Butterfly

The 4 Life Stages1. Egg2. Larva (Caterpillar)3. Pupa (Chrysalis)4. Adult Butterfly

Boys or Girls?Boys have two small spots on the back of their wings, girls do not.

Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly

What Monarch Butterflies Eat?As caterpillars, they only eat milkweed plants. As butterflies they use their long, straw like tongues to suck up the nectar in a flower. They also like water, squished up bananas, and watermelon!

Do Butterflies Migrate and Hibernate?Yes!They migrate to Mexico to eat milkweed plants and to get away from cold weather!

Stage 3: Pupa

Stage 2: Larva

Stage 1: Egg

Stage 4: Adult Butterfly

A Larva Creating a Chrysalis...

A Butterfly Emerging from its Chrysalis...

Caterpillar

Chrysalis

Watch Brainpop Jr.Learn about Butterflies!

Bibliography (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.monarch-butterfly.com/index.htmlBennett, J. (n.d.). Monarch butterfly usa. Retrieved from http://www.monarchbutterflyusa.com Brain Pop. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.brainpopjr.com/science/animals/butterflies/preview.wem

Vocabulary

LarvaChrysalisHibrenatePupaMigrate


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