The Life Cycle Of A Moth Online Game



Life cycle of a lion diagramMoths look like butterflies though they have their peculiarities. If you want to know more on differences in their features, read more on that. Like butterflies, the life cycle of a moth goes through four stages as follows: eggs, larva (also called caterpillar), pupa and adult. The larva of a moth is a caterpillar; it is a heavy eater of green grass. Its teeth are strong and adapted to chewing grass. They rapidly grow and metamorphose into the nymph which is a more dormant stage. The nymph will later peel off its skin through molting into an adult moth. This page has simplified these stages for kids through an online game on the moth’s life cycle. Children will drag and drop each one of the four stages into the right position. They will also learn the spellings of the name of each stage. This game is free and online hence teachers can use it in the classroom same as parents at home for homeschooling their kids. 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.