Moth Facts: Lesson for Kids

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What kind of animal is a moth?

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1. What is a proboscis?

2. Which is not a stage in a moth's metamorphosis?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Did you know moths have six legs and two antennae? We see moths very often but most of us don't think very much about them. The quiz and the worksheet for this lesson are going to ask you about some of the interesting facts about moths.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will test you on:

  • The kind of animal a moth is
  • The definition of proboscis
  • Stages of a moth's metamorphosis
  • How many different kinds of moths there are

Skills Practiced

This quiz and worksheet will help you practice the following skills:

  • Information recall - remember what you've learned about moths and their interesting lives
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge about moths answer questions about what moths are like
  • Defining key concepts - define important key terms, like proboscis and metamorphosis

Additional Learning

Our lesson called Moth Facts: Lesson for Kids will help you discover more about the lives of moths. Once you've finished, you'll be familiar with the following:

  • Where moths live
  • What moths eat
  • How moths grow
  • The body parts of moths
  • Interesting facts about moths
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