Frog

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A green frog sitting.

Student Application

Enjoy this brief introduction to Native Americans in the West through folk tales, where they lived, how they lived with each other and how they live today.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will gain a greater understanding of the contributions of different groups of American Indians from the West.
  2. Students will realize the importance of culture, storytelling, arts, and the respect for nature in different American Indian groups.
  3. Students will understand how the cultures of those groups...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Make a Totem Pole. Ask students to think of a message, a story, or a lesson that they would like to relate to others. Have students create a totem pole using the medium of their choice (carve soap, paint on paper, etc ask students to be creative). Ask each student to write down what each part of their totem pole symbolizes and explain it to the c...

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Frog

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Asset: Frog

Cartoon frog

Student Application

From tadpole to frog, egg to chicken, caterpillar to butterfly, and puppy to dog, learn the stages of the life cycles of animals.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand that there are four different stages in an animal's lifecycle: First, it is born; second, it grows and changes and becomes an adult; third, it produces offspring; and fourth, it dies. The animal's offspring can have their own offspring, and so on. The "cycle" part of the word "lifecycle" means that although an individual ani...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Pantomime: After watching the video, divide the students into two groups. One group represents the simple metamorphosis; the other represents complete metamorphosis. Have each group work out a way to show the other group what happens in their version of the lifecycle through pantomime. This activity can be done in pairs or small groups as we...

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