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Frog Life Cycle

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This is a presentation that I created to introduce a life cycle presentation project involving creative commons to my students.

This is a presentation that I created to introduce a life cycle presentation project involving creative commons to my students.

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    Frog Life Cycle Frog Life Cycle Presentation Transcript

    • Life Cycle of the Frog
    • Life Cycle of a Frog There are several stages in the life cycle of the frog. The cycle continues over and over again.
    • Eggs The egg is the first stage in the frog’s life cycle. These frog eggs were laid in the water.
    • Tadpoles!!! The second stage in the frog’s life cycle is the tadpole. Tadpoles use their tails to help them swim.
    • More Tadpoles… Here is a video of tadpoles swimming. If you look real close you can see their legs starting to form.
    • Legs Start to Grow In the third stage the tadpole starts to grow legs and arms. Now it looks like a little frog with a long tail.
    • Froglets In the froglet stage the tail is only a little stump. The froglet can now live on land and is almost fully grown.
    • Adult Frog The last stage of the frog’s life cycle is the adult frog. By now the tail is completely gone and the adult frog can lay eggs to start the cycle all over again!
    • Attributions
    • Your Turn
    • Creative Commons Here are some reminders about Creative Commons Licenses: 1. Each person has chosen a different way to share their photos and video. 2. For this project we are using pictures and video that require attribution only (the symbol that looks like a person).
    • Move your mouse over the license symbols to see how you are able to use the images you choose.
    • Click the share arrow and copy the link to each picture or video you choose so you can give credit.