We live in Florida, where there are a lot of frogs. My girls love trying to catch and play with all the different frogs they find in our yard. One of our favorite nature studies we did was when we went to a lake that had a bunch of different tadpoles in different stages. They had so much fun scooping out water samples and looking at them with a magnifying glass and then putting them back in.
When learning about frogs, the first thing to learn about is the fascinating frog life cycle. I love these free printables from Mama’s Learning Corner that explain the process of an egg growing into an adult frog in these free frog life cycle mini books. These books are great for preschoolers and even up through the upper elementary grades.
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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