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Life Cycles of Plants and Animals By Miss Kerr Mt. Loafer Elementary Salem, Utah 2002
Changes… *A fact of life is that things change. *Plants and animals are among those things that change. *They go through many different stages as they grow, just like you!
The Life Cycle of a Butterfly The life of a butterfly begins as an egg… then it grows into a caterpillar… the caterpillar makes a cocoon… then after time, a butterfly emerges!
The Life Cycle of a Plant The life of a plant begins as a seed… then it begins to sprout… then it develops roots, a stem, and leaves!
The Life Cycle of a Frog The life of a frog begins as an egg… then it develops into a tadpole… then legs grow and it becomes a frog!
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