You call him a "wiggler" when you see him swimming about in a puddle.
Make drawings of the different stages, wiggler, pupa and mosquito.
When a wiggler is old enough for this, he is called a Pupa, or half-grown one.
Learn something new every time you look at the wiggler or the mature mosquito.
One wiggler would not dive until he was sure a certain Robin had seen his new suit.
It must be floated on the water at first, or until it reaches the point of development into a wiggler.
When the wiggler is full grown it changes to an active pupa which has a large head and a slender tail and is more or less coiled.
Write a brief description of the wiggler and the mosquito, their breeding places and means of destroying them.