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Life cycle stages of a frog


Learning bin

About a year ago me and my daughter went to the pet store and came home with two nice size tadpoles. We did raise one to adult hood and it was amazing to my daughter. She loved watching them grow and change daily. From tadpole stage to adulthood. Sadly I didnt really think about sitting her down and doing a lesson on it but now I can! We got these nice toys from Toyrus and worked away at making a bin. (btw they were only $6, very cheap) My daughter loved playing with al lof them and as she did I just told her about each stage. After about a half hour of playing she knew each stage and could explain the mto her dad. (She was one very proud little girl, and  I was one proud mama!) 

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