Here's a fun activity if you're learning about the life cycle of bats. Cut out each picture card (including the arrows and title card) then ask the children to put them into a sequencing display.
Life Cycle Sequencing Activities
We've two different activities to help your children learn the sequence of life cycle stages. Choose from our sequencing cards that they can arrange, we even have the arrows, or our life cycle sequencing worksheets where they have to do some cutting and sticking to arrange the stages into the correct order.
The aim of these sequencing cards is to place them in the correct order to show the life cycle of a bean plant. Choose from our blank or labelled versions, print, cut out then ask the kids to arrange the cards using the arrows to show the life cycle.
Help the kids learn about the life cycle of a bean plant with this fun activity. They need to cut out the pictures, arrange them in the right order then stick them onto the second sheet.
This fun activity tests how much the kids know about the lifecycle of the butterfly. Print out the cards and the arrows, cut out (and laminate if you want to reuse them), then ask the children to arrange them in the correct order.
Can the kids complete the life cycle of a butterfly using the pictures provided? They need to cut out each picture, arrange in the correct order then glue in place.
Are you learning about the lifecycle of a frog? These printable life cycle sequencing cards (and arrows) let you create your own large diagram showing the process. Can the kids put the cards in the correct order? Choose from blank or labelled versions below.
Here's a fun cut and paste activity to help the kids learn about the life cycle of a frog. Can they cut out the pictures, arrange them in the correct order than glue them onto the life cycle diagram?.
Cut out the cards and then put them into a hedgehog life cycle sequencing display. We've included arrows and a title card too.
Print our sunflower life cycle sequencing cards (and arrows) onto some strong white paper or card, then cut out and arrange in the correct order to make your own life cycle diagram. You can laminate the cards and arrows for extra durability too (choose from blank or labelled versions below).