The life cycle of a frog has 3 stages.
Stage 1: Egg
A female frog lays many eggs
The frog eggs are covered with a jelly-like covering.
Stage 2: Tadpole
Eggs hatch into tadpoles.
Tadpoles initially have tails and breathe with their gills.
The tadpole does not resemble its parent.
Tadpoles can swim and breathe just like fish.
Then their gills disappear and they start breathing through lungs.
They develop hind legs and their tails begin to shrink.
Stage 3: Adult frog
The tadpole grows into an adult frog.
An adult frog will not have tail or gills.
Frogs are amphibians which means they can live on land and water.
When living on land, they breathe with their lungs and when they live in water, they breathe through their skin.
An adult frog is ready to reproduce.