Fabulous Frog Fun! What’s Included:
• Vocabulary Words: Print on cardstock, laminate, and cut apart. Display in a pocket chart or with magnetic tape on a whiteboard. Introduce little learners to key vocabulary during your frog unit.
Shape Cards: Students match shape frogs to like shape lily pads; shapes included are: circle, oval, rhombus, triangle, square, rectangle, hexagon, trapezoid, octagon, and pentagon. Use only the shapes needed.
• Jump Game for shapes, numbers 1-20, upper and lowercase letters. Use only the cards you wish for review. My little ones LOVE this game. Hold up one card at a time, the class names the shape, number, letter, etc. When a jump card is shown, the class says ‘jump’ and they jump! A great way to incorporate movement with learning fun.
• Upper/lowercase letters of the alphabet on colorful frogs and letter sounds on lily pads. Students can match letters to letter sounds or play a memory type game.
• Frogs on a Log Rhyming Cards: Students place a frog on the log that has the rhyming picture. A student sheet is included for extra practice or homework.
• Five Green and Speckled Frogs Activity: Students place the number of frogs needed on the logs. Two versions are included: one has the number and the other contains the number word to allow you to differentiate.
• Frog Eats Bugs: Place a strip of Velcro on the frog tongue and use the bug pictures with Velcro on the back to attach to the tongue and count out the bugs needed for frog to eat. Other options include: using small pompoms to stick to the Velcro tongue or skip the Velcro completely and use small plastic insects. Two sizes of frogs are included. A large whole page to use with large groups. No numbers or on the page to allow you to draw a number or roll die/dice. Print off two sets and have students play together. A smaller version is included. You may wish to make into a counting book, or keep pages separate to allow for differentiation. A black and white version is included to make a interactive counting book to take home. Students can cut and glue the bugs included or use bingo dot markers to show the number.
• Counting Clip Cards: Students count the number of items on each card and use a clothespin to clip on the correct number or use a dry erase marker to color in the number on the laminated card.
• Little Frog, Little Frog, Where Can You Be? An interactive emergent reader that student glue frogs to show positional words.
• The Life Cycle of a Frog Craftivity/Activity: Choose the color version or black and white version. There are also four to six pictures to choose from, depending on the level of your learner.
• Lily pad/ Pond Animals Color Sort: Print on construction paper, colored cardstock, or color in yourself. Students sort animals by color on the corresponding color lily pad.
• Rainbow Frogs Color Page: Little ones can practice reading color words or underline the color word in the corresponding color and have students match colors and practice coloring in a designated space.
• Five Frogs on a Log Ordinal Number Activity: Students color the frogs according to the ordinal number directions.
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