Tadpole Drama. Gross

We have had our tadpoles in the class for 48 hours and the kids are obsessed with them.  Of course, they didn’t fit in the tank that I had planned, so we had to find a LARGE tank to fit our (dinosaur) tadpoles in…

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 (notice how it took TWO people to cary this tank in…)
I must say, I could actually come close to the tank because I felt so much safer with them in the large one.  🙂  The little guys were very happy to swim around with all of the room.  I am guessing that once the front legs come in, then I should lower the water.
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My favorite part of our tadpole journey was choosing the names for our three tadpoles.  Here were some of the suggestions (the names Jesus and Luke Skywalker cracked me up!!!)…
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After a very passionate voting session, we landed on the names:

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2 responses to “Tadpole Drama. Gross”

  1. Unknown Avatar

    I like Black Dot! lol
    First Grade Blue SKies

  2. Mrs. Tolbert Avatar
    Mrs. Tolbert

    I love your stories about the tadpoles. This looks like so much fun and something I am going to seriously consider doing next year. My question is where did you find such ginormous tadpoles? 🙂
    Daisy Days for Learning