The "Life Cycle Of A Frog"
on a paper plate, is a quick, easy and super-fun "print & go" craft.
I've included a simple 4-section
cycle for little ones, where you count the big frog as the start, as well as a 6-piece cycle
for older students.
There are full color
patterns, so you can easily make an example
to share to help explain things
, as well as black & white templates
so children can color their own.
Run the frog pattern off on light green construction paper, and have students add pizzazz to details with crayons, then glue the frog to the back of the plate.
After coloring the life cycle, they cut it out and glue it to the front of the plate.
To add a bit more pizzazz, I found plates with a green floral pattern, but regular white ones look great too.
There are templates that are labeled
, as well as blank
ones so students can practice the science vocabulary
by writing it in.
Punch a hole at the top; tie a yarn loop and suspend from the ceiling
They look absolutely adorable swirling and twirling in our hallway; which is a real self-stem builder, as lots of people pop in to compliment & comment on the display.
Check out my photo in the PREVIEW.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy making a paper plate life cycle
as much as mine do.
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