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Frogs

Shannon Estillore’s 3rd Grade Class


• You will learn about how frogs adapt to
their environment, their life cycle, diet, life
saving skills, and many fun facts about
frogs. When you see a speaker icon click
on it to hear the sound. Click on the
forward or back button to go to the next
slide or to go back. The picture of the
house will take you to the home page.
• A frog is an amphibian which means that
it does not have a backbone. Frogs live
part of their life in water and part on land.
Amphibians are cold blooded creatures,
this means their body temperature is the
same as the environment.

http://allaboutfrogs.org/weird/weird.html
• Frogs are able to absorb water into their
skin. This means they do not have to drink
water to survive.
• Frogs have strong hind legs which is why
they can hop very far.

http://allaboutfrogs.org/weird/weird.html

www.redeyedtreefrog.org
Where do frogs live?
• Frogs live all over the
world except
Antarctica.
• Most frogs live in
warmer places.
• Some live near water
such as ponds. But
most frogs live on
land.
• http://allaboutfrogs.org/weird/weird.html

www.manitoulinliving.com
• Frogs eat other animals such as bugs and
worms. Frogs sit still and wait for the bugs
to fly by. Then it sticks its long tongue out
and eats them.

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Tadpoles live in the water and
breathe through gills like a fish.
After 4 weeks the gills will
become covered by skin.
Tadpoles eat algae for now.
Tadpole with legs
Legs will form after 6-9 weeks. They
begin eating bugs and plants.

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• The tail is gone.
• The frog will now get out of the water and
move to land.
• They will begin the life cycle again.
Enemies of the frog
• Birds
• Fish
• Reptiles
• Humans and their pollution
Ways frogs stay safe from
enemies
• Poison glands on skin
• They can blend into background
Help the frog
• The frog is about to get eaten by the
vultures what should it do?
• 1. Turn invisible
• 2.Release poison on skin
• 3. Blow up like a balloon
• 4.Blend in with background
Sorry that is not correct
Try again please
Good Job! That is correct
• You saved the frog !
Standards
• AZ Academic Content Standards

Concept 3 : Organisms and Environments
• PO 5. Describe how environmental factors (e.g., soil composition, range of temperature, quantity and
quality of light or water) in the ecosystem may affect a member organism’s ability to grow, reproduce, and
thrive.
• Concept 4: Diversity, Adaptation, and Behavior
• PO 1. Identify adaptations of plants and animals that allow them to live in specific environments.

• Technology Education Standards


• Standard 1 : FUNDAMENTAL OPERATIONS AND CONCEPTS
• PO 2. Use multimedia resources (e.g., interactive books, educational software, elementary multimedia
encyclopedias.
Nets*T Standard
• 1. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity
• Teachers use their knowledge of subject matter, teaching and learning, and
technology to facilitate experiences that advance student
• learning, creativity, and innovation in both face-to-face and virtual
environments. Teachers:a. promote, support, and model creative and
innovative thinking and inventiveness
• 2. Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and
Assessments
• Teachers design, develop, and evaluate authentic learning experiences and
assessments incorporating contemporary tools and resources to
• maximize content learning in context and to develop the knowledge, skills,
and attitudes identified in the NETS•S. Teachers:a. design or adapt relevant
learning experiences that incorporate digital tools and resources to promote
student learning and creativity
Information Literacy Standards
• Standard 2: The information literate
student accesses needed
information effectively
and efficiently.

Performance 3. The information literate


indicator: student retrieves information
online or in
person using a variety of
methods.
Teacher Instructions
• This activity is designed to provide an
interactive fun lesson about frogs.
Students will use technology skills to
navigate through the activity.