Is your child ready to learn all about the mouse life cycle? If so, they’re going to love these Mouse Life Cycle Handwriting and Coloring Worksheets. These worksheets will open their eyes to what the life cycle of a mouse is truly like. Get ready…they’re going to have so many fun facts about adult mice to share with you!
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Not only are there female mice and male mice to figure out the difference but then there is also a house mouse and field mice, too. That’s a whole lot of mice to keep track of and learn about. But don’t worry, this mouse printable goes over it all.
What is the life span of a pet mouse? (the printable goes over this more!)
For both males and females, the lifespan of a pet mouse is about one to two years. Out of all the rodents, a mouse has one of the shortest life spans.
This printable is also a great visual that showcases how mice will change in their appearance as they age. Your child will really get to understand the lifespan process and might be able to identify or estimate the age of a mouse just by this printable and what they learned.
What this Mouse Lifecycle Worksheet includes:
In this printable, your child will learn about:
- baby mouse
- young mouse
- adult mouse
Fun ways to use this printable:
The great thing about this printable is that it opens up the door for many other learning areas and activities.
Write a fun story about the printable
Have your child use their imagination to create a story based upon the printable. They’ll have to write about what they see and then have them read it out loud to you when they’re done.
Talk about how house mice would act in your house
This is fun because it shows you how your child thinks about mice. Do they view them as a pet or do they think that they belong outside and away from the house?
Do more research about mice
There are so many things left to learn about mice. Figure out how many litters they have per year, talk about how long mice live and break down their various weeks of age. There is so much more to learn about mice!