Presentation on theme: "FROGS 1ST STAGE OF FROGS LIFE EGGS 2 ND STAGE OF FROGS LIFE TADPOLES FINAL STAGE FROGLET TO ADULT."— Presentation transcript:
1ST STAGE OF FROGS LIFE EGGS 2 ND STAGE OF FROGS LIFE TADPOLES FINAL STAGE FROGLET TO ADULT
Thousands of jelly-covered eggs cling in the water. In about days the eggs hatch. The pond is now full of tiny, tiny tadpoles. They wiggle their tails and breathe underwater with gills, like fish.
When spring comes the tadpoles awaken. They are hungry. So they eat and eat. Tiny hind legs begin to sprout. Their bodies grow longer and stronger while their tails become smaller.
Frogs flick out their long, sticky tongues and capture worms, spiders and juicy.
HIBERNATION When winter winds whistle, the frogs hide. They sleep at the bottom of the pond in the soft, warm mud. Frogs hibernate all winter long. They do not eat, or move they just sleep.
Hanging out with Hang out with frogs In sticky mud Up in trees In tall grass Splashing in water
There are about kinds of frogs. They are different in size, shape, color and habits. But they are alike in many ways. They all start out as eggs to leg- less fishlike tadpoles to four-legged adult frogs.