Flagg, Ann. It's a Frog's Life. Instructor
(1999). Vol 7: p34-38.
In this journal article there are great ideas for teaching a frog unit.
Mainly based on the life cycle of a frog. It is very interesting
and contains great ideas.
Ramos, Rebekah. The
Case of the Disappearing Frogs. Technology and Learning
(2000). Vol 21: p13-14
Children use the internet to solve a mystery of the missing frogs. By
clicking on the name of the journal article, it will bring you to the web
site for the activity. It is hands on and looks like a lot of fun.
This web site includes quizzes, crafts, rhymes and more all about frogs.
This is a great web site. It is frog land and there are many many
things to do here all about frogs. there are resources, games, information
This site is from A to Z teacher stuff. There are lesson plans and
units for all grades all about frogs.
This site is full of great information. There are instructions on
how to make an origami frog, cool science facts, fact and fiction on frogs,
quizzes, the life cycle of a frog, and much more. It is by the University
of Wisconsin Sea Grant.
This wes site is called Frogs and Toads are Different But Still Friends.
It is based on Arnold Lobel's book and has many great ideas for lessons.
By: Kelley Whitney
December 13, 2002