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Life Cycle of a Frog. Write On Grade 3 - 4. Learner Expectation. Content Standard: 4.0 Heredity and Reproduction The student will understand the basic principles of inheritance. Learning Expectations: 4.1 Recognize that living things reproduce.

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Life Cycle of a Frog

Write On

Grade 3 - 4


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Learner Expectation

  • Content Standard: 4.0 Heredity and Reproduction

  • The student will understand the basic principles of inheritance.

  • Learning Expectations:

  • 4.1 Recognize that living things reproduce.

  • 4.2 Recognize that offspring tend to resemble their parents.

  • 4.3 Recognize that the appearance of plants and animals changes as they mature


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In this activity you will:

  • Learn about the life cycle of a frog.

  • Learn about the changes that take place as tadpoles change into frogs.


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Life Cycle of a Frog: First Week

  • A female frog lays 5,000 to 6,000 eggs in water.

  • Each egg is only 1.5 mm in diameter.

  • When the eggs are 6 days old you can see the tiny tadpoles inside of the eggs.


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Life Cycle of a Frog: 6-9 Days Old

  • The tadpoles come out of their eggs.

  • They are now 8 mm long.

  • They are adapted to living in water.

  • They take in oxygen from the water through their gills.

  • They have long tails to help them move through the water to hunt for food.


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Life Cycle of a Frog: 60-84 Days Old

  • The tadpole now has back legs. It uses it’s legs and tail to move around in the water.

  • Its legs will help it move around on land.

  • It begins looking more like a frog.

  • The last thing to disappear is the tadpole’s tail.

  • It gets smaller and smaller until it is gone.


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Life Cycle of a Frog: Adult Frog

  • An adult frog doesn’t look anything like its old tadpole self.

  • Adult frogs breathe air through lungs-not gills.

  • They spend most of their time on land-not in water.

  • They can jump on land and swim in water.


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The Life Cycle of a Frog: Writing Activity

  • Create a Four Square writing paper.

  • Write a topic sentence that is appropriate for the lesson about what you have learned about the Life Cycle of a Frog.

  • Write one detail in each square.

  • Self edit and then exchange with a friend for peer editing.

  • Take it to paper.

  • Draw a picture of an egg, a tadpole, and an adult frog.