Life cycle of frogs

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Life cycle of frogs

  1. 1. Brenda Stenson-FullerEDU 653 The Read/Write Web Central Michigan University May 2012
  2. 2. IntroductionThis lesson willwill allow students to This lesson allow students to learnabout frogs by frogs by observing them learn about observing them closely.Students will be introduced to the life closely. Students will be introducedcyclethefrogs. to of life cycle of frogs.
  3. 3. FrogsThis lesson will allow students tolearn about frogs by observing themclosely. Students will be introducedto the life cycle of frogs.
  4. 4. We can read about frogs in fiction books.
  5. 5. We can read about frogs in fiction books.
  6. 6. We can read about frogs in non-fiction books.
  7. 7. We can read about frogs in non-fiction books.
  8. 8. What are some things that frogs infiction books might be able to do that frogs in non-fiction books can’t do? Let’s discuss. talk wear clothes dance hatch eggs read swim shop
  9. 9. Frogs are animals that spendpart of their lives on water and part of their life on land.
  10. 10. Frogs are animals that spendpart of their lives on water and part of their life on land.
  11. 11. Frogs belong to the animal group called amphibians.
  12. 12. Frogs belong to the animal group called amphibians.
  13. 13. They are able to jump highbecause of their very long legs.
  14. 14. They are able to jump high because of their very long legs.
  15. 15. The female frog lays eggs in the water and the life cycle begins. (6) (5) Adult Froglet with front Frog legs (4) (2) FrogletTadpoles (1) (3)Eggs Tadpoles with tail
  16. 16. Frog Activity
  17. 17. Georgia Performance StandardsSubject: Science – Life Cycle of FrogsGrade/Course: KindergartenSkill Area: Characteristics of ScienceStrand: Nature of ScienceStandard: SKCS6. Students will understand the important features of the process ofscientific inquiry. Students will apply the following to inquiry learning practices:Performance Indicator: c. Much can be learned about plants and animals by observingthem closely, but care must be taken to know the needs of living things and how to providefor them.
  18. 18. Frog Activity, DOI. Retrieved May 9, 2012 www.bogglesworldesl.comNational Geographic, American Bullfrogs. Retrieved May 9, 2012 www.kids.nationalgeographic.comRetrieved from http://princekido.deviantart.com/art/Chibi- Frog-Naveen-127766838

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