Ladybirds are found all over the world. There are 22-spotted yellow ladybirds and striped ladybirds.
There are also lots of things to be excited about when looking at the life-cycle of ladybirds. And many students love to think about the different stages.
In this booklet students are also asked to observe animals with the goal of getting inspiration for new ideas. Hopefully, these activities will make the learning fun and engaging.
This package contains:
2. Can you identify the different stages?
3. What is the connection between a larva and a ladybird?
4. What do larvae and ladybirds eat?
5. Fun Facts
6. Metamorphosis Poem
7. Ladybirds words - make your own dictionary
8. Ask the larva Sparkling Questions about pupa and ladybirds
9. Larvae are. . .
10. Ladybirds are. . .
11. Life cycle
12. When is a ladybird a ladybird? Make a tally
13. Can you fill in the different parts of the ladybird
14. My Ladybird Gallery
15. Ladybirds and aphids, and ladybirds everywhere
16. Think diving for a ladybird detective - pest control
17. Think diving for a ladybird detective - ladybirds wings
18. Reflection - assessment