1-2-3 Come Make A Frog's Life Cycle Craft With Me
Since many of us are winding down, and counting the days 'til summer vacation, I posted yesterday that if you were looking for something to fill up the last few weeks of school, to dash me off an e-mail or leave a comment. I heard from several teachers that they do a mini unit on frogs to fulfill a science requirement, and wanted to know if I had a quick craft explaining the frog's life cycle.
I do; not just one, but three options to choose from. Since "Throw Back Thursday" has become popular, especially on Face Book, I decided to zip off a blog article including them, incase there are other teachers out there who do a frog theme in the spring.
These are "oldies" but I think still "goodies" that I designed several years ago, before I had all the clip art, fonts, and design software that I use now. Hopefully you'll still find them helpful. Choose one for your students, or give them an option.
The first life cycle of a frog craftivity is in the shape of a frog. The mouth section flips up to reveal pages, with the various life cycle phases on them. Click on the link to view/download it.
The second one is also a flip up craft, but this one is a rectangular booklet. Students cut on the lines to make "flaps" that flip up to reveal the different stages of the frog's life cycle. Older students can write one fact at the top of the inside flap. Click on the link to grab this FREEBIE.
Finally, my personal favorite, is the frog's life cycle "dangler" which is made using a paper plate.
Completed projects look really cute suspended from the ceiling. Click on the link to view/download it.
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