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The Life of a Frog. Angela Mitchell 8814/01. Table of Contents. What is Metamorphosis? Parts of the Life Cycle The Egg The Tadpole The Polliwog The Adult Frog Life Cycle Time Line Table Organizational Chart Bar Graph and Pie Chart Sources Video Clip. What is Metamorphosis?.

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The Life of a Frog

Angela Mitchell

8814/01


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Table of Contents

  • What is Metamorphosis?

  • Parts of the Life Cycle

    • The Egg

    • The Tadpole

    • The Polliwog

    • The Adult Frog

  • Life Cycle Time Line Table

  • Organizational Chart

  • Bar Graph and Pie Chart

  • Sources

  • Video Clip


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What is Metamorphosis?

  • Metamorphosis is the changes that a frog goes through during its life cycle.

  • There are four main stages in the life cycle of the frog.


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The Egg

  • The first stage in the life cycle of the frog is the egg.

  • A frog lays many eggs at one time.

  • The eggs are covered with a jellylike coating.


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The Tadpole

  • The second stage of the frog life cycle is the tadpole.

  • Hatched tadpoles have gills for breathing in the water.

  • They have a tail, but no legs.


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The Polliwog

  • Back and front legs begin to grow. These parts allow the adult frog to live on land.


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The Adult Frog

  • Once the lungs form and begin to work, the gills and tail disappear.

  • The adult frog is now ready to live on land





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Sources

http://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/mfroglifecycle.htm