After watching, children can color this life cycle of a frog printable from KidZone. About the book: The Frog and Toad books are classic children's books that are often used as first chapter book readers.
This resource can aid your investigations great for science journals or become its own activity for younger grades. In "The Surprise" the two friends want to surprise each other by raking the falling leaves. This site has a great idea for writing a cinquain poem about frogs.
Compare the two characters, Frog and Toad using a bubble thinking map and then have your students write from the perspectives of both characters in little journals. If your children are old enough to talk about some basic parts of speech, you can use that information to write a cinquain poem.
You can find the whole series here with links to all thirty-one books. You can always use the left blank page to label the page on the right to, to incorporate writing. It shows an animated version of the life cycle of a frog including the names of each stage.
This strategy is perfect for frog informational writing and creating a class frog book. Frog Amphibian Poem — Teaching through songs and poems can be huge when helping students to recall frog and toad vocabulary. In "The Corner" the friends discuss their anticipation of spring and the signs of the season.
These ideas to teach about frogs and toads will also give you some great free printables to compare fictional and real frogs and toads. Frogs and Toads Compare and Contrast — If you are comparing or contrasting frogs, toads and their characteristics than this thinking map with bubbles might be the perfect way organize information.