Spring is the perfect time to study frogs, don’t you think? There’s something about spring and the newness it brings that makes my kiddos want to learn about all kind of animals – frogs included!
Next week, we’re doing a quick unit study on frogs, which fits beautifully with learning about Pond Life.
My children and I will read a few good books, and complete these learning pages. These frog life cycle worksheets are versatile enough that my 5th grader can use them, all the way down to my Kindergartner.
I love pages that span a wide variety of ages!
Frog Life Cycle Worksheets
When studying frogs, we’ll learn about the frog life cycle – how the adult female frog lays frogspawn, how those embryos develop, and how they grow in to adult frogs.
In the frog mini-book, my children will write about this process. Since I have 4 children on 4 different learning levels, their books will all be unique!
I intentionally did not number the pages so my children will have to put the cycle stages in the correct order.
In this printable packet, I’ve also included a Frog Life Cycle Vocabulary page.
My kiddos will have to write the correct stage in the cycle using the words in the word bank.
Lastly, I’ve included a Label the Parts of a Frog activity.
My kiddos will cut out the frog part descriptions, and then paste them in the correct place on the frog’s body.
Books About Frogs
We’re reading through several books about frogs during our frog study. You’ll find all of our favorites listed below!
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Frogs by Gail Gibbons
Frogs, Toads, and Turtles by Diane Burns
From Tadpole to Frog – Wendy Pfeffer
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