2Performance Indicators Teacher: As documented through teacher observation, at Level 1, the student is able to 3.4.tpi.2. differentiate among the stages in the life cycle of a butterfly, a frog, and plants. at Level 2, the student is able to 3.4.tpi.3. examine the similarities and differences between parents and their offspring. 3.4.tpi.4. describe the life cycle of an organism. at Level 3, the student is able to 3.4.tpi.5. create a timeline that depicts the changes that occur during an organism’s life cycle
3The learner will: be able to name and identify the four stages of a butterfly’s life cyclewrite a paragraph addressing the information from this presentation
4The First Stage of a Butterfly's Life. The egg is the first stage of a butterfly’slife.
5The eggs are laid in a safe location on or near the plants that the caterpillar will eat.
6The Second Stage of a Butterfly’s Life The second stage is the larva or caterpillar.
7The Second Stage of a Butterfly’s Life This is a picture of a real caterpillar in its natural habitat.
9The Third Stage of a Butterfly’s Life The chrysalis or pupa is the hard covering formed around the larva.Inside this covering, the pupa changes
10The Third Stage of a Butterfly’s Life This is an actual picture of a pupa.
11The Last Stage of a Butterfly’s Life. The final stage is the pupa breaking open; an adult butterfly emerges.
12MetamorphosisThe development from an egg, to larva, to pupa, and adult butterfly is metamorphosis.
13Think about what you’ve learned Think about what you’ve learned. Now you will write a paragraph about the information you learned from this presentation. I have given you a topic sentence to get started. You may use your own topic sentence if you like.
14There are four stages of a butterfly’s life Use three sparkle words Use a transition wordUse one sparkle wordThere are four stages of a butterfly’s lifeUse three sparkle wordsUse onetransition word,and onesparkle word,