Friday, March 16, 2012

Remember Bob?

Hey friends!  Do you remember Bob from 1st Grade?
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Well, we found him!  Turns out, he has really enjoyed living in the pond we have in the back yard!  Almost a year to date, here is what Bob looks like now:
For a challenge (most likely 1 Magic Ticket), comment below and tell me anything you know about Frogs.  (Habitat, Life Cycle, Description, etc...)  Remember - do NOT use your first and last name.  Be safe on the internet!  Use only your initials!

8 comments:

  1. Frogs live in ponds and lakes.
    They are amphibians.
    They like to come out at night.
    Life cycle: eggs, tadpole, froglet, frog

    L.J.

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  2. Frogs live in ponds and lakes.
    They are amphibians.
    They like to come out at night.
    Life cycle: eggs, tadpole, froglet, frog

    L.J.

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  3. There habitat is a pond, swamp and lake. There skin is sometimes bumpy or smooth. They com out at night to find food. They eat bugs, Rodents, lizards, and anything they can fit in their mouth. And the life cycle is Egg, Tadpole, Tadpole with legs, Froglet and Frog. E J

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  4. Frogs are amphibians. They are cold-blooded,
    vertebrate animals. Some frogs can be poisonous,such as arrow frogs and dart frogs. A group of frogs is called a army.

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  5. They normally live in or near water. They have small teeth in their mouths. They eat bugs,rodents,grub,and anything they can fit in their mouths. Frogs are born as eggs and hatch into tadpoles, and then they get their back legs and then their front legs and soon they grow into frogs.ARB

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  6. A frog life cycle starts as an egg then hatches into a tadpole. Then grows back legs then its front legs start to grow. After it got all its legs it starts to lose its tail. And then it slowly terns in to a frog. And the life cycle goes on and on and on until all frogs are extinct.

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  7. A frog life cycle is first an egg,tadpol,then
    it groes legs,next it has front legs and is a
    frog.

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  8. Frogs are eggs, then tadpoles. Then they have teeth. So cool!

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