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…Metamorphosis…

Slide2

…Metamorphosis…

Click the caterpillar to go onto the next slide!

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Buttons!!

This butterfly will take you to the previous slide.

This caterpillar will take you to the next slide.

This flower will take you to each section’s home page.

This question mark will take you to the quiz and review questions.

This video camera will take you to the video at a specific time.

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Let’s meet Carlos

Hi! My name is Carlos and I am a caterpillar. I am going to be helping you along this adventure as you learn about

metamorphosis

.

What’s your name??

Click to type

name in here

Slide5

Remember when…

…we read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” book in class??

Well now we get to learn more about how that caterpillar turns into a butterfly and why!

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Big New Words

Click on each bolded word to find out what it means!

Metamorphosis

Cocoon

Larva

Pupa

Keep these words in mind!

After looking at all the words, click here for a review question

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*Click the flower to go to the new words home page

Metamorphosis

- A change in form or appearance

- A change in behavior

Caterpillar Butterfly

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Larva

The stage just after the caterpillar has hatched from the egg.

-

Very young caterpillar-

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Cocoon

Where the caterpillar lives while it changes form.

The cocoon changes color as the caterpillar changes into a butterfly.

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Pupa

When the caterpillar is turning into a butterfly it is in the pupa stage.

We can’t see this stage because it

h

appens inside the cocoon.

Slide11

Let’s Review!

Which of the following acts as a “home” for the caterpillar while it changes form??

The grass

A flower

A cocoon

Slide12

Awww

man…

That’s ok! Looks like we just need to try again and take another look at our vocab.

Vocab Review!

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Yay!

You sure do know your vocab so far!

Now you get to move onto the next section!

Slide14

Ok so now that we have our vocab down, let’s go look at the life cycle of a monarch butterfly/caterpillar!

Slide15

The Life Cycle…

Click on each stage to learn about them!

After learning about all 4 stages watch this video and then go to the review question below…

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Egg

Multiple eggs are

laid by the female

butterfly in the Spring, Summer, or Fall.

STAGE #1 in metamorphosis…

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Larva

(Caterpillar)

STAGE

#2 in metamorphosis…

This is the growing stage for the caterpillar…which means they eat…. A LOT! Just like we read about in our book!

Can grow up to 100x their original size during the larva stage…what if you grew that fast??

Can you find all 5 caterpillars??

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Pupa

STAGE

#

3 in metamorphosis…

This stage is when the full grown caterpillar stops eating and makes itself a cocoon made of silk.

The pupa makes its cocoon completely by itself while attaching itself to a stem, a branch, or a tree. Pretty cool huh??

This is also the phase where the caterpillar changes into a butterfly!!

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Adult

(Butterfly)

STAGE #4 in metamorphosis…

After emerging out of the cocoon this beautiful butterfly can fly and can reproduce eggs….and so the cycle starts all over again!

In this stage, butterflies cannot grow.

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Movie Time!!

Before we review let’s watch this video about metamorphosis. Click the play button below and enjoy!

hello

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The Life Cycle…

Click on each stage to learn about them!

After you watch the video you can answer the review question…

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Let’s Review

Which of these is the correct life cycle order??

Egg, Pupa, Adult, Larva

Pupa, Adult, Larva, Egg

Egg, Larva, Pupa, Adult

Adult, Larva, Egg, Pupa

Slide23

Bummer…

That’s ok, you can try again and don’t forget, you can always click the flower and go look at the life cycle again!

Slide24

Correct!

Wow, you totally know the order of the life cycle! Good for you! Now you can move onto the next section!

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So what do you think??

Are there steps to our lives too??

Do you think we go through a cycle kind of like this??

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Let’s take a look

Our life cycle looks sorta like this:

Does this cycle look at all like that of a caterpillar’s??

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Ok so can you think of another animal that goes through a similar life cycle?? Please share your answer and explain in the box below..

Once you are finished writing you can move on!

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Ok, so why are they not similar?? Please explain in the box below…

Once you are finished writing you can move on!

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Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts with me!!

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Wrap up

So what have we learned??

New words like:

Metamorphosis, Pupa, Larva, CocoonThe life cycle of a monarch caterpillar and butterfly4 stages: Egg, Larva, Pupa, AdultFun facts about caterpillars and butterflies

Once you are ready, you may move onto the final review

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*Click the flower to go to the wrap up home page

Metamorphosis

- A change in form or appearance

- A change in behavior

Caterpillar Butterfly

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Larva

The stage just after the caterpillar has hatched from the egg.

-

Very young caterpillar-

*Click the flower to go to the wrap up home page

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Pupa

When the caterpillar is turning into a butterfly it is in the pupa stage.

We can’t see this stage because it

h

appens inside the cocoon.

*Click the flower to go to the wrap up home page

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Cocoon

Where the caterpillar lives while it changes form.

The cocoon changes color as the caterpillar changes into a butterfly.

*Click the flower to go to the wrap up home page

Slide35

The Life Cycle…

*Click the flower to go to the wrap up home page

Slide36

Overall

Review

Pick a category that you would like to review!

The Life-Cycle

Vocab

Random Facts

Once you have finished all three reviews you may go to the last slide…but remember…you must complete

ALL 3 PARTS

for full credit.

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The Life-Cycle

A Caterpillar can grow up to 100x it’s original size in the stage.

During the stage is when the caterpillar builds it’s cocoon.

I can fly! I can fly...I have wings and I am thin…tell me please tell me…What stage am I in?

Fill-in-the-blank with the correct stage!

Click the flower when you are ready but please fill in

ALL the blanks, your answers are worth points!

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Vocabulary

True or False???

Caterpillars transform into a butterfly inside the egg.

Metamorphosis is when something changes form and behavior.

When a caterpillar is growing, it is called an adult.

True False

Click inside the box and put T for True or F for false.

Once you have chosen ALL THREE answers, you may go back to the home page.

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Random Facts

The adult butterfly lays eggs during all seasons except during

the

.

The cocoon is made out of by the caterpillar itself.

What book did we read in class together to get us excited about learning about caterpillar’s and metamorphosis??

Click the flower when you are ready but please fill in ALL the blanks, your answers are worth points!

Fill-in-the-blank

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Wow!!

What an adventure that was!!

I had so much fun with you and I hope you enjoyed learning about METAMORPHOSIS!!!Bye!!!

You can press the escape (Esc) button and let your teacher know that you are done!

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Learning Objectives

The caterpillar takes you to the next page and the butterfly takes you to the previous page.

Given an interactive

P

owerPoint, students will be able to identify the egg, pupa, larva, and adult stages of metamorphosis with 100% accuracy.

Given an interactive PowerPoint, students will be able to give characteristics of each stage of metamorphosis with

minimal teacher assistance.

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This interactive PowerPoint takes students through metamorphosis and gives them new vocabulary. They are also evaluated throughout the presentation and at the end there is a formative assessment. There is also an informational video, a fun motivational character, and tons of pictures for them to relate the information to. This PowerPoint relates to the book we read in class,

The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

The target audience is 2nd or 3rd grade but could probably be modified to fit 1st as well.

Overview

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Standards

SCI.2.3.2010-Life Science: Observe, ask questions about, and describe how organisms change their forms and behaviors during their life cycles.

More standards can

be found

at:

https://

learningconnection.doe.in.gov/Standards/About.aspx?art=11

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Learning Environment

Learners will be able to this inside and outside of the classroom.

Benefits:

Great to know for future science classes

Able to see this happen in natureExpands vocabulary and scientific knowledge

Downfalls:

Takes a while to get through

Lots of steps—could seem challenging to kids

If kids don’t have background knowledge it would be tough to follow

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Target audience

My original target audience is 2

nd

graders but like I said earlier could be used for 1

st

or 3

rd

with some minor adjustments.

Target Audience Characteristics

Can read but simple, well known words are going to be more effective

Need lots of pictures/videos that help them comprehend the material

Short attention spans so have to make interactive and fun for them

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Resources

https

://learningconnection.doe.in.gov/Standards/About.aspx?art=11 for standardsLinks to all the pictures can be found here or at the bottom of each slide there are the url’s for the pictures used on that page.Almost all of the content was confirmed on various metamorphosis websites but created by myself, Brandi Fishburn.The video was also made by myself and the references fro the pictures used in it are at the end of the video.

Flower=Home Page