Do you have kids that are interesting in the inner workings or anatomy of animals? Or are your kids preparing to dissect a frog?
These Free Anatomy of a Frog Notebooking Pages will help them prepare for the dissection, as well as basic life sciences and other biology courses they may be interested in.
Notebooking is a fun, hands-on way to teach children about any topic. Children can research the topics of their choice and add their own words and drawings to the notebooking pages they are provided with. They allow children to research, learn and write what they find interesting on the topics that interest them, which is why we love using them in our homeschool.
These Frog Notebooking Pages are aimed at elementary aged children to help prepare them for more in-depth studies later on, though younger and older children would be able to use them as well. There are eight parts of the frog that are focused on, though there is room for more if you chose.
The eight parts of a frog anatomy are:
- the stomach
- vertebral column
- internal ear
- humerus bone.
There are also pages for researching the location and habitat, diet and scientific classification of frogs. There are many great Frog Life Cycle Books which will help your children in their research for completing these worksheets. You may also be interested in these Frog Life Cycle Cards as well.
Grab your free Anatomy of a Frog Notebooking Pages here before popping over to Simple Living. Creative Learning where you can find the anatomy notebooking pages free for a limited time.
This pack includes notebooking pages for the following animals:
All of the Anatomy Notebooking Pages comes in two versions – a color version as well as a black and white version.
Stacey is a homeschooling Christian mum trying to live a simple, frugal, healthy life. She lives with her husband and two gorgeous boys in the sunshine state of Queensland, Australia. You can check out her blog at Simple Living Creative Learning where you find printables, kids activities, homemaking resources, homeschooling encouragement, and even some recipes!
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