Our Fact Pack printables are perfect for creating a thematic unit study in your classroom. Unit studies are a great way to incorporate every subject across one underlying theme. We recommend using student notebooks with specific labeling for children to store all their current units. Additionally we provide some small cut and paste and labooking materials. These can be pasted directly into a blank sheet in children’s notebooks. Some may require adult supervision and help with assembly.
Frog Easy Reader Booklet
This early reader is filled with full color photographs and fun facts about frogs. Each booklet prints double sided, flip on short side. You can then stack and cut hot dog style, stack again then staple the pages together. Word bank is included on the back page.
Frog Science Photo Cards
Our photo cards are reminiscent of Montessori style learning. Each photo card has a matching label. You can cut both apart and use as a matching game, or you can print multiple pages and make one set your game board for children to match to.
Frog Wordwall Cards
This is a set of science vocabulary cards you can use during small group discussion. Additionally, this can be made into a learning game by simply separating the image from the vocabulary word. We recommend using a table top pocket chart.
Frog Photo Matching Board
Our photo matching boards make wonderful learning centers. Cut out the small square photos and let children find the correct match on the board. Laminate and store ina file folder for durability.
Label the Parts of a Frog Printable
Children can label the different parts of the frog. There are seven different parts, nose, mouth, vocal sac, webbed feet, hind legs, ear, and eye. This is a great way to introduce children to the concept of diagrams.
I Can Read About Frogs: Simple Sentences
This is a simple sentences worksheet. Children read what frogs like to eat. Small graphics are below to help clue children in on each creature. This is a simple way to add science knowledge and vocabulary.
Writing About Frogs
This is the perfect companion worksheet to the Early Reader. Children fill in the blank with the correct words. Clues are from the science reader, and are written in a word bank below.
Frog File Folder Game
This is a simple counting and early math file folder game. These frogs are sitting on logs and they are hungry! But they will only eat specific amounts of flies. Add the numbers and give them the correct amount of froggy food!
Frog Poetry & Rhymes
One of our favorite songs is 5 Little Frogs. This is a great way to work on recitation, rythym and rhyming in your classroom. Story prop printables are included, as well as a notebooking so everyone can follow along and take the song home with them.
Frog Art Template
This frog is beautiful but it's missing some colors! Look through some froggy photos, choose your favorite and color this frog the same. As children are coloring talk with them about shading and blending, light and vivid colors. Where might they color more vividly?