Saturday, November 25, 2006


Once you have learned the life cycle of frogs, where frogs come from, where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts about them you are going to put together a presentation.

Your presentation should include the following:

  • 10-15 interesting facts that have to do with frogs. 3-5 of your facts need to be specifically on the life cycle of frogs.
  • 1 Poster board that contains those 10-15 facts as well as 5-7 pictures.
  • Your presentation should be 2-3 minutes long. You will use your poster to help guide your presentation. You should discuss most or all of the things you have chosen to put onto your poster.

Once we have finished listening to all the presentations put together by you and your classmates we will be receiving a fish tank full of tadpoles. We will watch as these tadpoles turn into frogs. After researching and learning about the life cycle of tadpoles and frogs it will be interesting to watch the process occur in our classroom! Once we have several frogs we will take a field trip to a near by stream and set them free!

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