We read,Jump, Frog, Jump, to start off our study of frogs!
Frog and Toad Facts
As a class we
create a Venn Diagram comparing a frog and a toad!
We estimate frogs at our
We make frog puppets! Great activity to strengthen hand muscles (fine motor)!
make patterns using plastic frogs at the Math Center.
We make the lifecycle of a frog! VERY CUTE! I purchased a package of blue paper plates at my local dollar tree to use as the water.
We make Frog Floats! Each child gets a clear cup filled with lime sherbet. We place two Whoppers in the sherbert for the frog eyes. Then, I pour Sprite over the sherbert. The students LOVE eating their Frogs!
We make a shape take home book titled, Green Frog, Green Frog, What Shapes Do You See? I came up with this idea using the same concept as Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Students use plastic jumping frogs and sticks ("logs" of various lengths). The students line the frogs across the log and count to see how many fit!
Students measure classroom items and themselves use plastic jumping frogs!
Students match the correct number of plastic flies to the corresponding number frog!
We have frog races...using our plastic frogs!
We make a class graph, Do You Like Frogs?