One of our students recently brought in a tadpole she had discovered while enjoying a day at the pond with her Meemaw (grandmother). We spent the whole afternoon observing the little creature and talking about all kinds of froggy things! We pulled out our frog life cycle cards and models and learned about how tadpoles grow into frogs.
Add these resources to your shelves if someone brings in a tadpole to your class! (Affiliate links included below)
- Frog life cycle models (Amazon)
- Parts of a frog puzzle (Amazon)
- Frog life cycle stamps (Etsy)
- Amphibians 3 Part Cards | Homeschool Den (Free)
Here are some other great ideas to help you round out your frogs unit!
Frogs/Amphibians Preschool Pack | Trillium Montessori Shop
Be sure to check out these frog themed printables for your shelves. This pack includes the following frog themed activities:
- Sort by Color
- Sort by Size
- The Question Game
- Following Multi-Step Directions
- Shadow Matching
- Category Sorting
- Prepositions Game
- Cutting Exercises
- 0-10 Number Cards
- 0-10 Counting Clip Cards
Montessori Inspired Amphibian Activities | Every Star is Different (with free printables)
Renae often makes free printables to go along with her units and this one is no different! Check out her free printable pack which includes frog life cycle cards, who am I? cards, amphibians around the world cards, and more. This set is a must-have!
Montessori Inspired Frog Activities | Pinay Homeschooler
Jae always comes up with fun activities for her units! This post has lots of great pictures and inspiration. I really like the frog sink and float activity and the frog color matching work with the color tablets.
Montessori Inspired Frog Activities | Living Montessori Now
Deb has collected a lot of activities here. You’ll find ideas for counting, matching, nomenclature, life cycles, and more.
5 Montessori Inspired Frog Activities | Mama’s Happy Hive
Vanessa has some great photos and ideas for a frog study that would be appropriate for your younger preschoolers: frog observation, puzzles, sensory bins, and more.
Frogs and Amphibians | Just Montessori
Just Montessori was one of my first sources of inspiration for doing unit studies. This post will give you some ideas on how to introduce this unit to your students and some basics to put out on your shelves.
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