A Frog's Life

by LaurenArmentrout
Last updated 1 month ago

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Science
Subject:
Life Science

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A Frog's Life

The Life of a Frog!

5. Adult Frog

4. Froglet

The life of a frog is a cycle. A cycle is a repeated pattern or a series of events that occur in a natural order. Click on this sticky note to learn more about a frog's life! Once you get to the website press "Start" to begin.

1. Eggs

3. Tadpole with Legs

2. Tadpole

Life cycles are truly ribbet-ing!

Both of the pictures above are froglets. As a froglet grows, it begins to lose its tail! The tail does not fall off, it just grows shorter and shorter!

Frog Joke!

Frogs are amphibians. Amphibians are animals who lead "two lives." They live part of their life in water, and part of their life on land.

DID YOU KNOW?

All frogs have webbed feet, it helps them to swim! Also, most frogs live somewhere close to water, like a pond or stream.

You know that a group of fish is called a school of fish, but did you know that a group of frogs is called an army?

Frogs are cold-blooded. This means that their body is whatever temperature the weather is outside. Therefore, they have no control over their body temperature.

Oooh! I know that one...thats a ham-phibian!!!

Hey Fred, what do you get when you combine a frog and a pig???


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