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Hop into Frogs!

We're going full speed ahead into Spring in the Speech Room! I've started a bulletin board for "Aquatic Life" to keep a theme (I just love a theme!) and what better way to hop into Aquatic Life than with frogs!?

I crafted this packet with three levels in mind - Kindergarten, First, and Second, but I'm thinking you may be able to extend it to third graders too! It's chock full of graphs, writing tasks, craftivities, and printable books! All that stuff our kiddos love!

To start you off, I've given you some basic vocabulary with color pictures, and a KWL chart to get some basic knowledge going with your kiddos! You can move onto sequencing the life cycle of the frog, and using an interactive link provided in the packet to sequence the life cycle on a SMARTboard or computer. Then, use the cut and paste activity to sequence the life cycle, or have kids label/draw the life cycle.
 Use the printable black and white books (two levels) to read further about each stage of the life cycle. You can link this with the "Observation Log" that the kids can do to observe the frogs at each stage of the life cycle and report their observations. You can do this again online using the links provided.

A great craftivity that I tried to emulate in this packet is the "wheel". Cut out the wheel pages and use a page fastener to create a spinning wheel of information! Again, different levels are provided for the second page of the wheel to help you differentiate.


 Use the last few pages for reading comprehension and retell. Have students draw and write what they know about frogs using the provided worksheets! Then send home the carryover that has 4 sheets/page for paper and ink saving techniques!


Download this packet HERE on TpT and enjoy it for FREE until Friday! :)

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