Hopping Into Springtime Science
Need a quick and easy way to review the life cycle of a frog for your students?
I designed two that can be plugged in as an independent center your students can transition to when they’ve finished their tabletop lessons.
Run off my frog templates on green construction paper, and the life cycle on white copy paper.
Students can choose to either make a froggy slider or a frog crown.
They color, cut, and glue to complete a “perfect” project in a short amount of time.
Both of these activities can be found in the Life Cycle Of A Frog Packet.
Click on the link to view/download it.
I also have The Life Cycle Of A Frog booklet.Students review the life-cycle of a frog by cutting and gluing the pictures to their matching boxes.
Also included is a graphing extension, word-wall word flashcards, and a certificate of praise.
This is a nice self-esteem builder as it's easy to read and a wonderful way to follow up your science study by incorporating math, reading, writing and cutting skills.
Click on the link to view/download The Life Cycle Of A Frog booklet and activities.
If you're still looking for more frog activities, including an entire unit with lots of tabletop worksheets and centers, click on this link to view the entire list of all the FROG products available, and simply scroll down to pick whatever you'd like to view/download.
Enjoy! I hope you can hop on back tomorrow for more fun teaching tips and tricks.
Do you have one you’d like to share? I’d enjoy hearing from you. email@example.com or feel free to post a comment here, especially if you use one of my ideas.
As always you have my permission to PIN anything you feel might be helpful to someone else.
Thanks for visiting! Hoppy Spring; Hoppy everything.