Learning objects Where do frogs lay their eggs? [includes spoken instructions]

TLF ID L17

Explore freshwater environments to find out where native frogs live and breed. Follow a frog's life cycle. Identify habitats suitable for frogs to lay eggs. Compare the ecology of native frogs with introduced toads.



Educational details

Key learning objectives
  • Students identify freshwater environments where native frogs live and breed.
  • Students explore the life cycle of frogs and toads.
Educational value
  • Provides a scenario with eight water environments where frogs might lay their eggs.
  • Provides information about native frogs and their life cycle and distinguishes them from introduced toads.
  • Provides printable feedback on student's choice of safe frog habitats.
  • Includes audio instructions.
Year level

F; 1; 2

Learning area
  • science
Strand
  • Science/Science understanding
    Concept
    • Science/Ecology
    • Science/Habitats
    • Science/Animals
    • Science/Environment
    • Science/Built Environment
    Skill
    • Comprehension;
    • Knowledge
    Student activity
    • Interactives;
    • Comprehension Activity
    Learning design
    • Experiential learning;
    • Independent learning;
    • Visual learning

    Other details

    Contributors
    • Subject matter expert
    • Technical implementer
    • Publisher
    • Date of contribution: 20 Sep 2013
    • Organisation: Education Services Australia
    • Address: Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia
    • URL: http://www.esa.edu.au/
    Access profile
    • Colour independence
    Learning resource type
    • Interactive Resource
    Browsers
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer - minimum version: 8.0 (MS-Windows) - maximum version: 9.0 (MS-Windows)
    • Firefox - minimum version: (MS-Windows)
    • Safari - minimum version: 5.1 (MacOS)
    Operating systems
    • MacOS - minimum version: 10.6
    • MS-Windows - minimum version: XP - maximum version: 7
    Rights
    • © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2013, except where indicated under Acknowledgements.