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2 How Do Animals Change as They Grow?

3 The learner will: Recognize that as an organism grows, its appearance may change. Recognize that as an organism grows, its appearance may change. Sequence pictures of a frog from birth to adulthood. Sequence pictures of a frog from birth to adulthood.

4 Animals change in size and shape as they grow.

5 A frog hatches from jelly-like eggs. Most frogs lay their eggs in water. Most frogs lay their eggs in water. Each female lays thousands of eggs at a time. Each female lays thousands of eggs at a time.

6 A frog begins life as a tadpole. A tadpole has no legs. A tadpole has no legs. A tadpole has a tail. A tadpole has a tail. A tadpole looks like a small fish. A tadpole looks like a small fish. A tadpole lives in water. A tadpole lives in water.

7 As It Grows The tadpoles hind legs begin to grow. The tadpoles hind legs begin to grow. The body becomes thicker. The body becomes thicker. The tail shortens. The tail shortens. The head becomes larger. The head becomes larger.

8 In a few weeks the tadpole will be a frog. Adult frogs have legs. Adult frogs have legs. Adult frogs do not have a tail. Adult frogs do not have a tail. Adult frogs live on land. Adult frogs live on land.

9 Label the frog life cycle diagram. 1.

10 Sources Life Cycle of a Frog Life Cycle of a Frog Life Cycle of a Frog Life Cycle of a Frog


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