We found these little guys in our backyard:
Here are (some) of the books we read, the rest were from the library. Also seen here is a frog puzzle, a model of a frogs internal organs, and a box of model frogs with cards to match.
Here is the finished lapbook:
This is a frog lifecycle book we put together and he colored. And a color-by-number multiplication I found.
This is the artwork we made, I used the lesson plan from "Art Projects for Kids". I really liked the idea of using a partial template for him to trace, and having him add his own feet to the frog. We used lemon juice to make the spots on the frog, which were more subtle than I expected. The frog drawing on the right is copy work from Draw, Write, Now. The drawing technique for this one had you start by drawing a triangle, and then adding the frog detail on top. I thought that was a good way of helping figure out placement for the different frog parts. His handwriting on this is really nice too!
Check out my Frog Pintrest board for even more ideas!
Book printable from Worksheet Place
Frog water color painting idea
Frog collage/painting art from Balancing Everything
multiplication color by number worksheet from education dot com
How to draw a frog
lapbook from Homeschool Share
"Froggy" books reading response sheets
Frog by Michael Chinery
Why the Frog Has Big Eyes by Betsy Franco
From Tadpole to Frog by Wendy Pfeffer
All About Frogs by Jim Arnosky
Tadpoles and Frogs (Usborne Beginners)
(I Can Read About) Tadpoles and Frogs by Ellen Schultz
It's Mine by Leo Lionni
Frogs by Gail Gibbons
Frogs, Toads and Turtles (Take Along Guides) by Diane Burns
Frog and Toad by Arnold Lobel