Most children know the lion as the king of the jungle. There are many cartoon shows about the dominant role of the lion in the jungle. Lions are wild animals that have incredible energy to hunt their prey. But did you know when they are young it isn’t always so. The life cycle of a lion begins with the mature female giving birth to a baby lion after 110 days of pregnancy. The new born lion can walk right from the day it was born. They feed on breast milk from the female lion until they are able to eat flesh. Lions are primarily carnivores; they hunt and feed on other animals in the jungle. It takes about three years for a lion to get to maturity. The lifespan of a lion is estimated at ten to fourteen years. During this time, females will reproduce a number of times. Males are dominant and rule their territory. This page features an online game for kids on the life cycle of a lion. Children are required to drag and drop the different stages in the diagram to show how a lion is born until it attains maturity. The game is a science activity for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and 6th grade. In the UK system of education, this is equivalent to science for year 2, year 3, year 4, year 5, year 6, year 7 and year 8.