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Relation to Curriculum in England:
This educational resource is designed to help children identify animals that are carnivores by looking at the food a frog eats. The resource meets aspects of the National Curriculum of England for Literacy, Music and Science. It's a great tool for teachers and parents who are educating their children at home.
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First Animal Encyclopedia: A First Reference Book for Children
Great book to look up different animals, identify animals you come across.
Would you rather be a tadpole? (The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
Provides information about frogs and all the different creatures which live in the pond.
Life Cycles: Everything from Start to Finish
Use this to explore other life cycles as well as the frog.
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