• Amphibians like to swim
• They like worms, flies and bugs
• They have webbed feet
• They are very slimly
• They lay lots of eggs
• They are could blooded
• Some of them have 4 legs
• At first there tadpoles
• They have no hair or fur
Great to see you have started your blogging girls. Have fun learning about amphibians.
• Frogs eat flies
• Toads eat bugs
• Salamanders eat worms
• Most amphibians eat flies ,worms and bugs
I got my information from https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ti0HDtRY8u4
Great information and note taking.
Habitat for frogs
• Frogs start in egg - water
• When tadpoles hatch egg- live water
• Froglets small adult frog
• Soon leave water - live dry land
• Frogs live land - prefer live damp places nearby water.
Great Lucy. Well done on your blogging.
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• Salamanders live north of the equator
• Frogs live in cold places but also in rainforests
• Toads like to live in warm places
• Cold blooded- so they can’t control their body heat so must us heat from the sun to keep warm
• They are vertebrates- they have a boney skeleton
• They lay eggs to reproduce
• they are preorders witch means they eat other animals mostly insects
• they can be in water or on land
Well done Eleanor on your blogging.
• Frogs go through a bit of change called metamorphism. First they get born and grow a tale and become a tadpole in the water and breath through gills. Next they grow legs then can walk on land. Now they are a frog.
Great job Eleanor.
• flying http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/science_up_close/212/deploy/interface.html
This just needs a heading- Diet
• Amphibians are mostly brown green and dark green
• Use front legs and back legs
• Big eyes
• Webbed feethttp://www.tgfl.org.uk/tgfl/custom/resources_ftp/netmedia_ll/ks1/science/hamshall/pond_library/index.htm
• Amphibians can live on land and water
• Divided into 3 groups
• Toads and frogs belong to the largest group of amphibians
• Toads and frogs have 4 legs
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