Learn about the parts of a frog with this label a frog worksheet and anchor chart. It is great for kindergarten and early elementary students.
Labeling the different parts of a frog is a great way to learn about these fascinating creatures. Some teachers might find it helpful to use picture cards or diagrams when teaching this topic in class.
By labeling different body parts, students will be able to understand how a frog’s body works and what each part does. This can help them better appreciate these amphibians!
Let’s look at the parts of a frog and the purpose of each one. Then, students will use the worksheet to share what they know about a frog’s anatomy.
All you’ve got to do is print and go!
Homeschool moms know that one of the best ways to teach science is by using interactive activities.
One topic students always enjoy learning about is the the anatomy of plants, bugs, and animals.
If you plan to teach your students about frogs this spring, you’ll love this fun and interesting activity that you can use to teach your kids about the anatomy of a frog.
Free Frog Printables
Frogs are some of the most popular animals in elementary science classes, and for good reason – they’re fascinating creatures!
Teaching students about the parts of a frog is a great way to help them learn more about these intriguing animals.
Parts of a Frog
Webbed Foot: Frogs have webbed back feet which help them swim through the water and glide through the air when they hop.
Tympanum: A frog’s eardrums, or tympanic membranes, are located on either side of the head behind each of the eyes.
Trunk: The body of a frog is divided into two parts – the head and the trunk. Everything below the neck is considered the trunk.
Labeling a Frog Printable
Now that you’ve taught your kids about some of the new vocabulary associated with the parts of a frog, let them complete the worksheet featured below to review what you’ve taught them.
The worksheet is a great way to review the new vocabulary words with your kids. The anatomy of a frog vocabulary includes tympanum, webbed foot, trunk, digit, and more.
Print the first page on cardstock and laminate for durability. Use this page as a visual as you teach about the parts of a frog.
Then, give your child a copy of the second page. Have them use the word bank to label the parts of the frog.
They can then use the first page to check their own work.
PICTURE BOOKS ABOUT FROGS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about frogs. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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The Frog Book – Long legs, sticky tongues, big round eyes, and other dazzling features—what’s not to love about frogs?
The Lucky Green Frog – A short sweet story about a little lucky frog. He likes to complain a lot, until he meets a little mouse who challenges him to not complain, find out if he can actually do it!
I Don’t Want to Be a Frog – Frog wants to be anything but a slimy, wet frog. A cat, perhaps. Or a rabbit. An owl? But when a hungry wolf arrives—a wolf who HATES eating frogs—our hero decides that being himself isn’t so bad after all.
If your kids enjoyed this life cycle of a frog worksheet, you’ll love the frog activities I’ve featured below. They’re perfect for rounding out your frog-themed lesson plan.
- Frog Paper Craft
- Frog Life Cycle Candy Science Craft
- Frog Color by Number Printables
- Frog Anatomy Worksheets for Kids
- F is for Frog Letter of the Week Craft
This Frog Pond loose parts kit is perfect for pretending while reading Frog and Toad or any other froggy book! These items are perfect to add to homemade play doh or just on their own!
Learn how a tadpole turns into a frog. This felt board set shows a pictorial display of a frog’s life. With 5 stages and detailed felt pictures this set works well within a lesson on frogs, their life cycle, pond life, pond habitats or amphibians.