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Organization of Life

First, let me thank you for organization such a wide variety of activities!! I always like checking in with your site at the beginning of each school year to see what I want to rotate in or out. This is most definitely an invaluable resource!!

Second, I'd like to apologize for bugging you. I need a little bit of guidance on what answer you're looking for to the below problem.

"Fill in the blanks on the right to give examples for a population of frogs living in a pond."

The way I'm reading, is that you want students to give examples of OTHER populations found within the frog's community. But when reading it "give examples for a population of frogs"... what else is in a population other than the frog species?

Thank you for your assistance in this matter and have a wonderful day!



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