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Amphibians

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How to teach Amphibian Classification Using this Amphibian Classification Worksheet, students will be able to find examples of Amphibians using pictures and a definition. This brightly colored Amphibian Classification Worksheet asks students…

Using thisAmphibian Classification Worksheet, students will be able to find examples of Amphibians using pictures and a definition.

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Amphibians~ Frog & Toad Fun - First Grade Roars!

Description Are you teaching your students the amphibians? This packet includes guided reading strategies to learn about frogs, toads, salamanders, newts and more. There are two paper mini books that are Included. One is all about amphibians and the other is comparing frogs to toads. There are also research projects included for 4 different amphibians. I use this packet to integrate reading as well as research. I included lesson plans for you to look over on how I use this packet as well…

These animals are often confused, so they are treated together. “Amphibian” comes from the Greek amphi, meaning “both,” and bios, meaning “life.” It has two meanings. First, the animals physically change. Reproduction is accomplished through external fertilization. The female spawns her eggs in water where they are fertilized by the male. After hatching, most amphibians undergo a dramatic change known as metamorphosis. They slowly change from fishlike, wa…

These animals are often confused, so they are treated together. “Amphibian” comes from the Greek amphi, meaning “both,” and bios, meaning “life.” It has two meanings. First, the animals physically change. Reproduction is accomplished through external fertilization. The female spawns her eggs in water where they are fertilized by the male. After hatching, most amphibians undergo a dramatic change known as metamorphosis. They slowly change from fishlike, water-d... Read More

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