We have been learning about frogs
this week. Yesterday we defined a frog, looked at the habitats frogs
are found in,
To begin the fun today, click on the cycle link and read through the information given. You will write a short essay that explains the life cycle and create a visual diagram of the life cycle.
You will want to make sure you know the answers to the following:
1) Where do frogs mate?
Once you have written your essay,
make a rough draft of your cycle. You will then come to me for paper
for the final draft.
You are now ready to move on to dissecting frogs! We have looked at how frogs reproduce, and tomorrow we will locate their reproductive organs, as well as other important organs. I will have the dissection trays and tools ready when you come in. I advise you to not wear your best clothing as you may come in contact with some juices.
Special thanks to http://allaboutfrogs.org/weird/weird.html for the information on the life cycle.
If you have any comments or questions, e-mail me at email@example.com.
Satisfies Wisconsin Academic Standard F.4.3: Illustrate the different ways that organisms grow through life stages and survive to produce new members of their type.