Complete Cross-Curricular Theme Unit That Teaches About these Fascinating Amphibians
By Kathleen W. Kranking and Rhonda Lucas Donald
Take a big leap into science learning with a fresh resource about these remarkable creatures! Frogs are sure to fascinate kids with their unique life cycle, interesting eating habits, special survival strategies, and impressive athletic abilities. Kids will model metamorphosis with tadpole puppets, investigate webbed feet with a water experiment, learn about leaping with a relay race, and more. Includes background information, cross-curricular activities, hands-on reproducibles, art projects, games, and literature links! 32 pages + poster.
Ask students how they feel about frogs before you begin studying them. Do they think frogs are slimy? Do they think that frogs will give them warts? Have any of your students ever observed a frog or tadpole up close? Have they heard frogs singing? Ask children what they would like to learn about frogs. Once you have completed your frog studies, poll students again. What’s the most interesting thing they learned about frogs? What do they like best about frogs?
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