Fun with Frogs!

Happy Spring!!

I am so excited the weather is getting warmer again - I can't wait to get back to the beach and swim in the pool again. 

One of my favorite units to do in the spring is FROGS!  

You can tell Autumn is really excited about Frogs too! She really does love catching and playing with frogs... and worms...and 

The week we get back from spring break, we are going to be diving into our frog unit.

Here are some books I like to use during this week - some we use to "study" and some we read for fun!
If you download {the preview on TpT}, you can grab this clickable page to find some frog books! I like to keep this page in my files so I remember which books I like to use with the units.

You can click on these pictures now to find the books on Amazon.

So, here is what is included in my frog unit... do I do all of it every year? Goodness no! (said in my best Pete the Cat voice)... each year is different, depending on the abilities of my students. So I like to have a variety at my fingertips to choose from!

The hat craft is super simple, but super cute... as is my model, I think. :)

You can even turn the frog hat into a life cycle craft, by adding the pictures on the band - and it's a circle, so it's perfect!

And one of my favorite things to have the kids do, is to write a nonfiction book of their own!

I like for them to do a directed drawing, trace and color it, cut it out and glue it to the cover. But there is a printable version for the cover, if you prefer that.  There are all kinds of options for what you put inside their nonfiction book!

There's also a cute frog craft!  I like to add him to some writing pages, or you can just make him and hang him for fun!

These are the pages I like to add to the "Class Book" - you can make the class book pages about whatever you want! Favorite frog fact, their opinions on frogs, whatever works for you!

Click the picture below to check it out!

I also have a unit on {Frog and Toad} (the book series) if you would like to tie it to some fiction literature!

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