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A frog is an amphibian. A frog is an amphibian. It means that it lives on land and water. It means that it lives on land and water. Frogs live on water.

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2 A frog is an amphibian. A frog is an amphibian. It means that it lives on land and water. It means that it lives on land and water. Frogs live on water lilies. They are found in ponds Frogs live on water lilies. They are found in ponds They lay their eggs in water They lay their eggs in water

3 The frogs life cycle shows you the way that a frog develops.

4 The first step of the life cycle is the eggs. The first step of the life cycle is the eggs. They are very jelly like. They are very jelly like.

5 The second step of the life cycle is hatching. The second step of the life cycle is hatching. Since frogs lay eggs.The eggs hatch and out come the tadpoles. Since frogs lay eggs.The eggs hatch and out come the tadpoles.

6 When a tadpole grows it develops legs When a tadpole grows it develops legs

7 When a frog grows it develops its front legs. When a frog grows it develops its front legs.

8 A tadpole drops its tail and becomes a full size frog. A tadpole drops its tail and becomes a full size frog.

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