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2B's Crazy Critters

Updated: Jun 7

We are excited to share with you the fascinating journey our students in 2B embarked upon in our recent science activity focused on living things and metamorphosis. This hands-on exploration allowed our students to delve into the wonder of transformation within the natural world. In 2B, we have been studying the life cycles of various organisms, with a particular focus on metamorphosis. To bring this concept to life, we conducted an engaging activity that allowed students to observe and document the stages of metamorphosis firsthand.

We began our activity by introducing the life cycle of a darkling beetle. Students were provided with live larva and were tasked with closely observing and documenting their transformation into adult beetles.

As the larva progress through their life cycle, students actively participated in feeding them and maintaining their habitat. This hands-on approach not only deepened their understanding of metamorphosis but also instilled a sense of responsibility and care for living organisms. Throughout the activity, we facilitated reflective discussions to encourage students to think critically about the process of metamorphosis. These discussions fostered curiosity and allowed students to connect their observations with scientific concepts.

I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to all the parents who supported this activity by providing encouragement and resources. Your partnership is invaluable in creating enriching learning experiences for our students.


Thank you for your continued support as we inspire and nurture the budding scientists within our classroom.

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