Life Cycle of a frog

Today’s Activities

Life Cycle of Frogs

Let’s learn about the Life Cycle of a frog! Check out this fun video that takes you a journey through the life of a frog.

Draw a Frog

After you have watched the video talk about your favorite phase in the frog’s life cycle and draw a picture of your favorite one. If you liked hem all don’t stop after you have drawn one, draw all of them. Have fun coloring.

Label the Parts of a Frog!

Let’s Label the Parts of a Frog! Print the following pages on white or colored paper. Then have your child color the pages if you printed on white paper.Remember to use a good tripod grip on your crayons!

Next, cut out the shapes of the frog and labels. Once you have everything cut out figure out where the pieces go – this is a great time to talk about the video you watched and ask questions about frogs and their life cycle.

Finally, once you have the frog put together and have gotten to talk about it put the labels on the frog in the correct places. Have fun exploring and creating!

Get Moving!

Motivate children to move and dance, with Jack Hartmann’s song “Metamorphosis”

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