# Frog Unit Study: Hopping to Learn

## Frog

A Frog and a Pond | Source

## A Frog Theme Makes Learning Fun!

The frogs are hopping from the excitement of learning with this frog themed unit study. You will find dozens of ideas, resources, and activities for both classroom teachers and homeschool families.

Jump and leap like frogs as we hike down to the frog pond to look for tadpoles and frog eggs. Observe carefully as we watch the bullfrog's throat expand as he croaks on the lily pad.

Then turn your learning space into a frog pond of learning with fly swatter words gobbled up by wide mouthed frogs, frogs jumping off logs and songs, poems and enough hands-on activities to fill the frog pond.

Frogs are hopping onto the lily pads and Spring Peepers are croaking around the frog pond. Time for a frog themed unit study to capture your children's interest in the natural world around them.

Learn math with a frog theme. Sing frog songs and write a frog poem. Discover how frogs survive the winter or a hot dry summer. Do frogs hibernate?

Take a trip down to the frog pond and start a whole new unit study filled with froggy ideas from Amphibian to Zap.

Let's learn about the frogs in the pond...

## Frog Pond Rug

Pond Carpet | Source

## Frog Pond Rug

The Frog Pond Rug is the place to gather for Circle Time Frog Themed Stories, Morning Meeting and other Frog Group Activities. We greet each other with the Frog Greeting.

How about singing 5 Green and Speckled Frogs or playing one of the frog games below?

Children take turns being the Five Green and Speckled Frogs sitting on the log and jumping into the pond as everyone sings the song. Others keep track of the math problems being sung by holding up sentence strips with the number problems for 5-1=4, 4-1=3 etc.

## Frogs on Logs

Five Green and Speckled Frogs | Source

## The Frog Pond Rug - A Gathering Place for Frogs and Toads

Once your children know the Five Green and Speckled Frogs song well enough, the Frog Pond Rug becomes another Learning Center where the children sing and reenact the story of the frogs jumping into the pond. They use 5 plush frogs for the activity. This is a great way for the children to practice oral language, memory recall and sequence of events besides working on math skills.

Click on the link below to purchase your own Frog Pond Rug...

## Frog Lessons

Big Eyed Frog | Source

## What is a Frog Unit Study?

### Frog Themed Unit Study Lesson Plans

A Unit Study is created by choosing a topic and revolving all areas of learning around that subject. In this case we will focus on frogs while learning reading, writing , math, science, social studies, art, music, physical education and health. We will culminate the unit with the completion of a Frog Lapbook which will contain highlights of activities we have done throughout the frog unit study.

## Circle Time

Frogs at Circle Time | Source

## Turn Your Classroom into a Frog Pond

### Frog Unit Study Transformation

Today we will make a frog themed bulletin board with a pond and plants. Put a blue rug in the reading area with green mats or pillows for lily pads for your little frogs to sit on. Circle Time is a great way to start your day and help the children focus on Frogs as we begin this Frog Unit Study theme.

Call your little frogs over and to start your day with a gentle "ribbit" sound which can be passed on from one to another until all the children reach their lily pads at which point they squat down as little frogs with big eyes watching the Big Bullfrog, you, the teacher.

Circle Time or Morning Meeting is a great way to start the day and help children focus on the Frog Unit Study theme. We do a frog greeting, sing songs about frogs, read frog stories and play leapfrog along the number line. We end by reading the Morning Message about a trip down to the Frog Pond.

Turn your classroom or homeschooling space, into a Frog Pond of learning! Use this frog theme to help your children focus on learning. Create a space filled with frogs and a frog habitat that invites your children to read, write, explore and research frogs while teaching all areas of the curriculum.

## Frog Themed Bulletin Board

Frog Unit Study Bulletin Board | Source

## Frog Hibernation Bulletin Board

Photo Credit: Frogs with Cattails From Clip Art Mountain

• Use the children's artwork to create a bulletin board depicting a place where frogs might hibernate down in the mud.
• Children love to use this center to dramatize the lives of frogs.

## Frog Life Cycle Bulletin Board

Frog Pond Bulletin Board | Source

## Frog Themed Morning Message

### Frogs in the Responsive Classroom

Each morning we begin with a Morning Meeting Message that draws the children into the focus of our learning about frogs for the day. As you can see from today's message we will be going down to the frog pond.

Yesterday we made binoculars from toilet paper tubes. We will use the binoculars to look for insects that the frogs might be eating. When we spy an insect we will look up the insect in our Insect Guidebooks that we made last week. The Insect Guidebooks have drawings of the insects that we have seen so far when we visit the frog pond. We have also included observations about each of the insects as well as the name of the insect whenever we have been able to find it from online research.

At the bottom of our Morning Message you will notice that there is an interactive activity. Children come in each morning and read the message to themselves and then do the activity at the bottom. We have been learning about syllables this week so today we will be associating the number of syllables in our names with the number of syllables in the calls of frogs found in our Frog pond. If your name has one syllable, write it on a post-it and place it under the Spring Peeper. Spring Peepers say "Peep", a one syllable word. If your name has two syllables, place your name under the Leopard Frog which says "ribbit", a two syllable word. If your name has three syllables, place your name under the bull frog which says "chugarum", a three syllable word.

We will later use these three groups for doing a fun, Frog Choir Song Activity as part of our Morning Meeting.

## Mud Burrow for Extreme Weather

Milk Jug Igloo | Source

### Mud Burrow for Extreme Weather

Throughout the year we visit the habitat of many different animals. In the winter we study lemmings but in the spring we convert the classroom from the lemming habitat to the frog pond habitat.

Lemmings burrow down in tunnels and create dens underground. Frogs burrow down in the mud to survive the winter. Sometimes frogs will also burrow down into the mud in the summer if it is too hot or dry.

This shows the Froggy in the Mud Reading Nook as it might look like at the beginning of the frog unit study when it is still a Lemming's Winter Reading Nest.

Soon it will be covered in brown blankets to turn it into spring and then green for the grass of summer. We use rope lights to see inside to read. We use the brown blankets again to turn it into a winter Froggy in the Mud Reading Nook.

After you have finished studying Lemmings you can turn your Igloo/Lemming Tunnel into a Hole in the Mud for all your little frogs to crawl into for a quiet reading time.

For directions on how to make the Milk Jug Igloo go to The Lemming's Reading Nest See other ideas for a Riverbank Theme by clicking on River Otters, Meadow Theme bluebirds, or Woodland Theme Mice.

## The Princess and the Frog

The Frog Prince | Source

When choosing books to read aloud for our Frog Unit Study or for any unit study, I look for large, clear, eye-appealing illustrations, predictable sentence structure and authentic story lines that will also teach about frogs. The stories I read in the morning are ones that can be read in just a few minutes with the idea that later children will be able to pick these books up during Silent Reading and read them by themselves.

We read a couple of picture books about frogs each day after Calendar Time and a chapter book after lunch recess. We keep track of new information we learn about frogs on a chart near the rug where we read.

Here are a few of my favorite books on frogs, tadpoles, and other creatures that live in and around the pond. If you are just beginning to explore the frog pond, these are the books I would recommend. Which are your favorites? Do you know of another frog book that should be included here? Be sure to leave me a message below.

Frogs by Gail Gibbons is a wonderful book to introduce your children to the study of frogs. The illustrations invite children to look carefully, ask question and make predictions. The text gives children background information to help them discover the world of frogs before heading down to the frog pond.

Once we return from our first trip down to the frog pond the children are eager to read this book on Frogs again to see how much we learned while looking for more questions to be answered tomorrow. Some children may even be ready to read it on their own.

I highly recommend purchasing this book as part of your Frog Unit Study.

## The Library Frog

Frog in the Library | Source

Mon-fiction books are ideal for classroom libraries, in the reading nook or in literacy bags. Children love to learn real facts about frogs, toads and amphibians in general. I look for books with plenty of illustrations and easy to read print. Guidebooks often have difficult vocabulary but their predictable format makes it much easier for children to obtain information from them than you might think.

Some children are fascinated about learning the scientific names for various frogs. As a Learning Center they can make their own guidebooks by drawing pictures of frogs found in guidebooks, copying the colors and markings and then writing their common and scientific names under each frog. Some children like to use a photocopied outline of a frog or a frog stamp instead of drawing the outlines themselves.

Guidebooks about frogs usually have the common name of each frog written in bold type and the scientific name in italics. Pointing this out to children makes it easier for them to find the names. Children love sharing their guidebooks with the class and at home with their families. Consider having the children write the common names in print and the scientific names in cursive.

## Froggy says it's time to Read - Frog Story Hour

"The single most important activity for building the knowledge required for eventual success is reading aloud to children." *. The Commission found conclusive evidence to support its use not only in the home but also in the classroom: "It is a practice that should continue throughout the grades." ... -Jim Trelease

## Thematic Unit: Frogs And Toads - Frog Books for Teachers

The Frogs And Toads Thematic Unit includes activities for all areas of the curriculum. There are biology lessons and activities which help children learn about frogs through life science. There are literature-based frog-themed ideas and lesson plans. Cross-curricular worksheets and activities look at frogs from the perspective of various academic disciplines.

This reproducible unit on Frogs and Toads can be used in both classroom and homeschool learning situations. Consider adding some of these pages to your Frog Themed Literacy Bag.

Frog | Source

## Frog Syllable Games

### Peep or Ribbit?

Peeps or Ribbits File Folder Game

Now let's all be frogs and learn about some frog words. The words we speak have different rhythms just as the different frogs have different calls. Demonstrate to the children the difference between one and two syllable words. As a whole group practice calling out peep for one syllable and ribbit for two syllables.

Paste 2 lily pads, one on each side of an opened file folder.

Paste a Spring Peeper on the left with the words "Peep, I hear 1.syllable."

Paste a Leopard Frog on the right with the words "Ribbit, I hear 2.syllables."

Make a few Frog Cards using a frog shaped die with pictures of one and two syllable words on one side, the name of the picture with the number of syllables on the other.

The children say the name of the picture and clap it's syllables, place it on the correct lily pad and then turn it over to self-check.

## Spring Peepers and Leopard Frogs Count Syllables - Peeps or Ribbits File Folder Game Center

How could the peeps and ribbits of frogs help children distinguish the number of syllables in words?

## Count the Frog Syllables

Frog Sounds | Source

## Peeps and Ribbits: Counting Syllables

Different frogs make different sounds. Go to the links below and listen to the sounds of the Spring Peeper and the Leopard Frog. Can you hear the differences? Now have someone else play each one in a random order. Can you remember which frog made each call? During the spring, go out to the frog pond and listen to the sounds that the frogs make.

## Frogs and the Ox

Frogs and the Ox | Source

## Make your own Frog Games

### Deal out the Frog Cards

As you learn more about frogs you can start to make up games that reinforce learning. Adapting traditional games to the theme is a great way to get started.

For example:

Frog Unit Study Concentration

1. Make decks of cards with two each of various kinds of frogs.

2. Print the names on the bottom of each card.

3. Make the cards from Cardstock. About 20 pictures per deck works well.

4.By using White Card Stock you will be able to print the frog cards without having to paste them onto stiffer material.

5. Laminating will extend the life of your decks of Frog Cards.

If you chose to print the pictures on regular printer paper you can use various colors of cardstock or oaktag, a different color for each deck, to keep the decks separated. You then will need to glue them to the cardstock.

If teaching a foreign language you could make the cards with parts of the frog's body or frogs of different colors etc,

## Pet Rock Frog

Painted Frog: Rock Art | Source

### A Frog by any other name would smell as sweet...

We learn from the Responsive Classroom that Name Games are important to help children get to know each other and develop community within a classroom. We have adopted these ideas when creating a community of Pet Rock Frogs.

One day we decided to name our Pet Rock Bullfrogs. The children in my class had made Pet Rock Frogs in the art center and we were very proud of them. Here are some of the fun ways we used to learn how to read the names of our new Pet Rock Frogs. :

Frog Name Puzzles: Letter tiles for each child's pet rock frog were put in a Ziploc with a name card. The child selected a bag, put the tiles in order and copied the name on a record sheet.

Frog Name Bingo: Partners take turns choosing a Pet Rock Bullfrog. They then read the name on the bottom of the frog and cover that name on the Frog Names Bingo Card with a frog counter.

Pet Rock Bullfrogs: Take a walk down to the river where the rocks have been smoothed by years of tumbling in the water. Choose a rock about the size of your fist. Paint the rock to look like a frog. Choose and write the name of your frog on the bottom. Children match the bullfrogs to fabric lily pads that have the frog's names on them. The children then write the full name of each frog on a recording sheet.

## Insect Words - Hungry Frogs eat their Words

Frog Catching a Fly | Source

## Unscramble the Insect Words

At this center the children unscramble the insect words or add the missing letters and then feed the Insect Words to the Frog.

For children who have a difficult time unscrambling the words, I provide letter tiles so that they can move them around until they discover the word. This is very helpful for visual and tactile learners.

## Feed the Frog - Feed the Frog Word Games

Frog Scrubby Holder | Source

## Feed the Frog Game

Children love feeding fly words to this frog with it's big, wide mouth. We call him the Hungry Frog.

• Cut out paper in the shape of flies or use a Rubber Stamp Fly to stamp on each card.
• Write a word on each card for insects and other food that frogs eat.
• Include some related words that frogs don't eat.

Children read the words and feed the frog only it's food.

• These cards could be marked on the back for self checking.
• Be sure to laminate the frog food cards for durability.

## Frog and Insect Words Slide Through

### Frogs eat Insect Words

1. Color and then cut out the frog.

2. Color the frog and the insects.

3. Cut out the strip of insects.

4. Cut the insects apart and glue onto a longer strip leaving room to write the words for each of the frog's prey.

5. Laminate

6. Thread the strip through the frog's stomach.

Children can practice reading the words as they feed the frog.(Frog Eating Activity)

This activity was inspired by Kiddyhouse Frog Activity.

Where you will find a printable version of this activity.

Four frog friends found five fat flies!

- Frog Alliteration

## Spelling Frogs - Trains, Frogs and Spelling Words

Form the train tracks into the shape of each of the letters in the word frog. Encourage your child to run the frogs along the letters while making the sound of each letter the frog train car drives over. Say "f,f,f,f,f..." while driving over the letter f. Change to "rrrrrrrr" while driving over the letter r. Then switch to the short vowel sound o when driving around the letter o. Finally make the hard sound that g makes while driving over the letter g, "g,g,g,g,g..." At the end of the word frog, come to a stop with a resounding "frog!"

This activity will not only help your child learn to spell the word "frog" but also teaches phonics and penmanship using a kinesthetic approach.

## Never Give Up

Don't Ever Give Up | Source

## Persistent Frog - Keep Swimming

Two frogs fell into a deep cream bowl.

One was an optimistic soul.,

but the other took the gloomy view.

"We'll drown," he lamented without ado.

And with a last despairing cry,

He flung up his legs and said "Goodbye."

Quote the other frog with a steadfast grin,

"I can't get out but I won't give in,

I'll just swim around until my strength is spent,

then I'll die the more content."

Bravely he swam to work his scheme,

and his struggles began to churn the cream.

The more he swam, his legs a flutter,

The more the cream turned into butter.

On top of the butter at last he stopped.

What is the moral? It's easily Found. If you can't hop out, keep swimming around!

-Author Unknown

Storytime Drawing | Source

## Frog Poems

My children loved listening to poems. Often poems have verses that are repeated so that children can join in as you reread the poems.

• Run your finger or a pointer under the words and encourage your children to join in when they can.

You might be surprised at how soon they are picking out often repeated words, picking out the important words such as frog, and beginning to read on their own.

The first poems I will mention is Frog Poem by Becca Rapelje which starts, "I had a little jumping frog. I trained to come and go..." In simple words it talks about a frog living in the garden protecting the family's vegetables from insects which can be used as a science lesson. It speaks of friendship which leads to a social studies lesson. Most of the words in the poem are high frequency words, great for language arts lessons.

One of the most enjoyable ways to learn a second language is through poetry and music. Bilingual Poems about Frogs, Toads and Crocodiles has several of our favorite frog songs in Spanish including Estaba la rana cantando or There Once was a Singing Frog which is a song that builds with each new verse similar to The House that Jack Built.

I love teaching children this song because the same words are repeated over and over leading to better vocabulary retention as well as joyous singing.

And finally I would like to introduce you to a funny, lyrical poem, The Frog by Hilaire Belloc.. Be kind and tender to the Frog, And do not call him names, As... It is a fun poem using a few high level vocabulary words that children love. It also is a warning not to call names, a great social studies lesson.

## The Adventures of Grandfather Frog - Tale of a Wise Old Frog

Gather 'round the Lilly Pad (rug) and listen to stories of Grandfather Frog. The following is from the book Old Mother West Wind by Thornton Burgess who wrote many such tales of the little creatures of the woodlands:

Why Grandfather Frog has No Tail

... Grandfather Frog was old, very old indeed, and very, very wise. He wore a green coat and his voice was very deep. When Grandfather Frog spoke everybody listened very respectfully. Even Billy Mink treated Grandfather Frog with respect, for...

## Frog Math Manipulatives - Hands-On Math for a Frog Unit Study

My kids' favorite frog manipulatives are called Funtastic Frogs. They are cute plastic frogs that fit right in your child's hand. Create frog patterns, count the frogs, mark numbers on the frog number line. These unique and versatile frogs will have your children jumping and hopping their way to a concrete understanding of mathematical concepts.

Though Funtastic Frogs no longer seem to be available on Amazon, they can sometimes be found on Ebay. Look for them at yard sales, rummage sales and thrift stores.

## Frog and Lily Pad Game

### Fish for the Magnetic Frogs on a Silk Lily Pad

When Melissa created the above game she used a magnetic fishing pole that she had bought at a store. She pushed tacks into the backs of the plastic frogs to make a space for the magnets to attach to and then she cut lily pads out of craft foam. The frog pond is made from a piece of silk.

The object of the game is to match, one to one correspondence, the frogs with the lily pads.

The lily pads were made in three different sizes so they could talk about the relative sizes of lily pads that the frogs land on. The first frog might land on a large lily pad and the second might land on a smaller lily pad. The third frog would then land on the smallest sized lily pad. This example brings into the discussion not only measurement but also ordinal numbers.

Finally the frogs come in a variety of colors adding another topic of discussion.

## Frog and Lily Pad Game

Frog and Lily Pad Math Game | Source

## Frog and Lily Pad Games - Fish for the Magnetic Frogs on a Silk Lily Pad

Children love the Frog and Lily Pad game. There are magnets attached to the frogs and a fishing pole with a magnet on the end. The children use the fishing pole and magnets to move the frogs to the lily pads.

You could turn this activity into a literacy center by adding words to the lily pads and pictures that represents those words to the frogs. The children would then match the picture with the word.

## Counting Frog Eggs

Mating Season | Source

## Frog and Toad Egg Place Value Lessons

You can use frog eggs and toad eggs for learning about place value and the decimal system or base ten counting. Do you notice how the toad eggs are laid in long ribbons? Frog eggs are laid in masses.

Pretend that each toad lays just ten eggs at a time and that frogs lay less than ten. The toad eggs will go in the tens column and the frog eggs will go in the ones column.

## Frog Eggs and Place Value

Frog Eggs | Source

## Frog Themed Place Value Lessons

Frogs lay their eggs in clusters and toads lay their eggs in strings. How could we use these scientific observations in the math class?

To practice place value:

1. Lay out a sheet of blue paper (Pond Mathmat) Cut it down the middle. On one paper write frog eggs and on the other write toad eggs.

2. Roll dice of two different colors. The black die could be the ones and the green could be the tens.

3. Use White Reinforcement circles to show the number in clusters (Frog Spawn) or in strings of tens and ones (Toad Spawn)

4. Write the number in digits on the back of each one.

## Frog Egg Place Value Game

Later on these papers could be laminated and become a matching game with the answers on the back for self-checking.

This is adapted from an idea in Instructor , March, 2001 by Jacqueline Clarke .

## Frog Unit Study Math

### Frog Themed Math

Frog related math lenses use the frog and tadpole theme to teach math concepts in a hands-on creative way. These games and activities lend themselves well to working with children of multi-ages, small or large groups, as well as homeschooling families with children of various abilities. Hop on over for frog themed math...

## Frog Life Cycle

Life Cycle of the Frog | Source

## Frog Life Cycle Worksheets and Printable Book

Play with all those new words you are learning... Just click Frog Life Cycle Worksheets to find worksheets written in editable Microsoft Word. They are designed for ESL but are easily adapted to any class. They adapt well for homeschoolers and are a great addition to a Frog Lapbook.

Click Life Cycle of a Frog Book to print out The Life Cycle of a Frog: A Printable Book for Early Readers.

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## Learn alternatives to Frog Dissection. - Dissect a Frog

Many schools still dissect frogs in order to learn about animal anatomy, but is there an alternative?

## Anatomy of a Frog

Frog Anatomy | Source

## Alternative to Frog Dissection

2008 was declared the 'Year of the Frog' and zoos across the world spread awareness about the amphibious specie's importance and declining numbers.

Some teachers are now using Smartboards as an alternative to actual dissection of live frogs.. The SMART Board is an interactive, electronic whiteboard which can enhance instruction and learning. The SMART Notebook software makes it possible for teachers to create content rich, dynamic lessons which address specific student skills.

Create your own anatomy of a frog book by making separate frog shaped pages, one for each system. For example the The Skin of the Frog, The Muscles of the Frog, The respiratory System of the Frog, the Skeletal System of the Frog etc.

## Counting Breathing Rates in Frogs

Lauren Jensen teaches at a high school in Tennessee where she has used hands-on methods to help high school students learn the Scientific Method by observing and recording the respiration rate of frogs. This experiment could easily be adapted to working with children of any age and would be ideal for homeschoolers who work with children of many different ages and abilities.

Be sure to compare this experiment with those of Jelle Atema's experiments with lobsters.

## Vernal Pool Mortality Game - Frog Eggs to Adult Frog Survival Rates

Frog Life Cycle | Source

## Frog Pond Sensory Table

Frog Pond Water Table | Source

## Do Frogs Hibernate in the Summer or Winter?

Have you ever wondered what happens when the weather extremes make ponds and lakes freeze over or dry up? What happens to the frogs? Here is an article about hibernation with fun, hands-on activities to help children understand why hibernation helps frogs to survive.

Do frogs hibernate? Where do frogs go when the weather gets extreme? What do frogs do in the winter when ponds and lakes freeze over? What happens when frog ...

## Why do Frogs Hop?

Learn more about how frogs hop. They don't have springs but they sure are able to jump long distances. Read the story of the Jumping Contest by Mark Twain and then research how real frogs are able to jump such distances. How about turning yourselves into frogs and have a frog jumping contest of your own?

This is also a great time to read Jump, Frog, Jump and then learn to read it in Spanish with Salta, Ranita, Salta. Jump into Spanish with Jump, Frog, Jump describes how Spanish class can be filled with fun jumping and hopping frogs as well.

Pretend to be frogs while jumping rope or bouncing on a ball. As you hop and jump be sure to practice your new Spanish phrase: Salta, Ranita, Salta.

## Frog Locomotion - The Ability of Frogs to Jump, Hop or Learp

How do frogs hop, leap and jump? Not only do children ask these questions but so do scientists. In order to understand just how these amphibians move about it is important to observe them carefully.

This is one of the reasons I like to take kids down to the frog pond on a regular basis. There is nothing like repeated observation for learning about an animal's traits and characteristics and oh what fun when a frog surprises you by suddenly leaping from in front of your stepping foot by splashing into the pond.

In the video above you can see these movements in slow motion. Watch the video several times and then go down to the pond to see frogs jump.

In the video it said that some frogs can jump 7 feet. How far is 7 feet?

• Measure it on the playground. Can you jump that far?
• 7 feet is ten times the length of the frog. How tall are you and can you jump ten times your height?

When you return, ask the children to demonstrate what they observed.

## Poppin' Hoppie Commercial - Catch a Hopping Frog

Here is a collection of old commercials for several late 1960s games from Ideal Toys, including Poppin Hoppies, Bang Box and Swack!, plus Milton Bradley's Pop Yer Top and finally, the Motorific Racerific Track set featuring the Terror Turn!

Of these commercials my favorite by far was the Poppin' Hoppies commercial. I remember thinking that this had to be the most fun game ever. Well it turned out to be more fun than you might imagine. There is a spring inside the suction cup of each frog. The idea is to push down each of the frogs in order to make the suction cup hold and then catch the frogs as the spring overpowers the suction cup and hops into the air. The child who catches the most frogs is the winner.

Emilie | Source

## Eating the Dragonflies Game

1. Use Counting Frogs or Lima beans painted to look like frogs as playing pieces. Or maybe some Plastic Party Frogs.

2. Roll dice to see how many frogs have eaten dragonflies. One dragonfly per frog.

3. Start at the upper left corner. Put a frog on each insect for the number of dots on the die. (One to One Correspondence)

4. The first person to cover all the dragonflies is the winner.

This is a great frog game for 2-3 players.

## Frog Pond

Frog Pond Coloring Page | Source

## Trips to the Frog Pond

Take your little Tadpoles down to the frog pond as often as possible. Once or twice a day would be ideal.

Collect some tadpoles and watch them grow. Observe, observe, observe and keep track of your observations.

What other wildlife do you see at the pond?

Can you identify the insects skimming across the surface? Why don't they sink?

Are there Cattails growing on the edge of the pond?

If you bring a sharp knife you can bring some cattails back to the classroom.

Cattails last for months and can be used as pointers when reading frog poems or during Calendar Time.

Read what others have discovered and then share that knowledge.

## Collecting Frog Eggs

Frog Eggs | Source

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## Frog Calls

Go out in the evening and record the sounds of the frogs.

• After you have listened to the various sounds divide the children into Wood Frogs, Green Frogs and Northern Leopard Frogs.
• Play the various frog calls randomly.
• When the children hear the call of their frogs, they jump up and down.

Soon you will recognize the calls of all the species in your area.

## Frog Bubbles

Thank you Kate for allowing me to show your beautiful artwork and inspire children to learn about frogs through drawing and observation. Did you notice the frog's sunglasses? Doesn't that frog look like he is having fun blowing bubbles?

In addition to teaching children about the true facts and habitats of frogs, it is also important to learn about fictional frogs as well.

Children love learning to draw, paint and sculpt frogs. The ability to draw frogs accurately will help them to illustrate not only their creative writing pieces but also their scientific journals.

## Frog Blowing Bubbles

Frog Bubbles | Source

## Drawing a Frog

How to Draw a Frog | Source

## Frog Themed Literacy Bags - Frog Themed Take Home Literacy Bags

Frog Bag | Source

## Frog Themed Literacy Bag

Literacy bags are alternatives to traditional homework. Rather than assigning worksheets and workbook pages, children are encouraged to take home a bag filled with themed activities, stories and a plush mascot.

With a couple of frog books, a plush frog and a few frog activities your child will delight in taking home this story bag. Don't forget a froggy journal to record your plush frog's adventures while visiting each child's home.

## Shelter for Frogs and Toads

Provide shelter for the Frogs:

* During the spring and summer, amphibians seek shelter under dense leafy foliage found close to the ground.

* Leaving a pile of leaves underbrush at the edge of your property will provide shelter for frogs, toads and salamanders during the cold late autumn and winter months.

By providing the ideal habitat you encourage frogs and toads to come live in your backyard naturally. Keep watch. Careful observation will indicate when your efforts have paid off as amphibians more into their new habitat.

## Build Your Own Frog Pond

### Building a Pond

What better way to learn about frogs than to have your own pond. In the book, The Living Pond by Nigel Hester (below) you will find lots of scientific information, lots of pictures, activities and even directions on how to build a pond. How about having a Pond Party with some of those strong Volunteer Parents? Gather some shovels, a liner, hose, sand (for putting under the liner, stones (to hold the liner) and a couple of water plants and create your own pond. Mr. Hester suggests to wait a few weeks to add any animals. It might be interesting to instead watch to see when they come naturally.

Frogs and toads are endangered all over the world. We can help save these endangered species by providing much needed habitat.

Frogs and toads need water to live and breed, so let's invite these beautiful creatures into our backyards, school yards, parks and playgrounds by building a frog pond. What are some things to keep in mind when designing a water feature for frogs?

* Frogs and toads need to easily be able to get in and out of the frog pond. Providing logs or rocks for frogs and toads to climb onto as well as avoiding steep edges will make your frog pond most inviting to amphibians.

* Some frogs survive the winter underwater. If the water in your frog pond is several feet deep, deep enough that it doesn't freeze in the depths of winter, you will have provided for the frogs that burrow down in the mud to survive the cold months.

* Other frogs and most toads only need shallow temporary ponds for breeding, or use the shallow areas of larger ponds. A shallow pond might be safer for the children in a school playground than a deeper one. These species of frogs and toads overwinter on land where they burying themselves in softer soils or under leaves.

* Frogs and toads need plants on the side of the pond and in the shallow edges to hide in as well as for shade and to attract insects. Plant native species of aquatic plants.

Note: Do not buy frogs and toads to stock your habitat. Do not collect wild frogs, toads or tadpoles to move to your frog habitat. Allow the amphibians to find you. You will be rewarded with frogs and toads especially adapted to this new frog friendly environment and you will know that you have done something to help save the frogs.

Do not purchase frogs or toads to stock your new habitat, or move adults or even tadpoles from other wetlands to your backyard. When you have provided all that a frog or toad could want, just be patient and they will come to you.

Do you have questions about the frogs or toad in your local area or how you can help protect their habitat? E-mail Frogwatch USA

To learn more about the plight of frogs around the world and what you can do, be sure to visit Save the Frogs.

## Frogs are Oviparous

Frogs, like all Oviparous Animals, lay eggs. Look for them in the spring in ponds and vernal pools. Go back each day and watch their development.

Compare them to chicken eggs. Make a Venn Graph showing the unique characteristics of frog eggs and chicken eggs as well as their similarities.

Large Pearl Tapioca can be used in a sensory table to imitate frog eggs.

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## Frog Eggs - Frogs are Oviparous

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## Frog Lapbook

Water Words for a Frog Lapbook | Source

## Frog Lapbook

### Publish your Frog Unit Study

Compile the activities you have done in a lapbook where your child can review what they have learned while providing an artistic record for sharing for years to come. My friend, Jimmie, created this Water Lapbook. Ideas from this lapbook would easily be adapted to a Frog Lapbook.

• In a watery world, where you would you find frogs?
• What kinds of frogs would you find in each habitat?

## Donate to Save the Frogs

SAVE THE FROGS! is an international team of scientists, educators, policymakers and naturalists dedicated to protecting the world's amphibian species: the frogs, toads, newts, salamanders as well as the lesser-known caecilians.

We conduct and fund scientific research that directly benefits amphibian populations. We also engage in educational activities aimed at increasing the public's awareness of environmental issues to ensure that amphibian conservation becomes - and remains - a top priority for current and future generations.

Have you guessed that I enjoy teaching with a frog theme? I find that children easily hop into all kinds of learning with froggy ideas, activities and good clean green fun.

Please let me know how you have incorporated ideas from this frog unit study into your lessons by leaving a comment here. Do you visit a frog pond on a regular basis? How many frogs do you have in your home? Do you listen to frogs on a warm spring evening? Which frog games and ideas did your children respond to best?

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## How do you incorporate frogs into you life? - Frog Unit Study Comment Section

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• gods_grace_notes 9 years ago

Hello, Rix!

I LOVE this lens! Thank-you for sharing your creative ideas. I look forward to hearing more from you!

Welcome to the Unit-Studies Group. I can see you will be a wonderful addition to the group!

Connie ...aka Squid Angel 5 stars

• Eevee LM 9 years ago

What a great site! I love all the teaching ideas. I can hardly wait to transform my classroom into a learning habitat.

• gods_grace_notes 9 years ago

Hello, Rix!

Thanks for all your effort with these great Unit Study lenses! They are terrific, and I'm proud to have you in our group. Thanks for signing the guest book; it's nice to have an active membership! Keep up the great work! Connie...aka Squid Angel

• Jimmie Lanley 9 years ago from Memphis, TN, USA

Cute! Frogs are fun!

Great lens! Thanks for the wonderful ideas!

• DogWhisperWoman1 9 years ago

I do not like frogs! But this is a five star lens! Dog Whisper Woman

• Gatsby LM 9 years ago

I Love to chase frogs! I give you five stars! Solve Dog Behavior Problems

• SPF 9 years ago

Thanks for visiting my lens. I'll check out that pond link!

• Barkely 9 years ago

My son loves frogs, so he's loving this lens too.

• GramaBarb 9 years ago from Vancouver

5* lens! Thanks for visiting my frog lens. Your lens will make a great addition to mine so I am going to lensroll yours. Great work!

• Kathryn Grace 9 years ago from San Francisco

I don't use this word lightly: Awesome lens! Fantastic organization. Colorful. Kept my interest--tough to do! I'm adding you to my lensroll and e-mailing you to my daughter. I look forward to more from you.

• Janet2221 9 years ago

Wow! What a terrific, well written lens! Kudos to you. My daughter just had a frog theme party for her 10th birthday! Everyone had a toadally awesome time. :)

• MeganCasey 9 years ago

holy cow. what a great lens! thanks for all the neat info.

• RaintreeAnnie 9 years ago from UK

What a wonderful lens! You did an amazing job here Evelyn. Wonderful creative content, fun and interesting. 5 stars!

• flicker lm 9 years ago

Wow, you seem to have an endless supply of creative ideas. Well done!

• Shellonline LM 9 years ago

This is an awesome lens! The organization and resources are incredible! I LOVE frogs so I am adding it my favorites and you get 5 stars!

• Aika 9 years ago

Cool lens. Really informative and valuable. :)

• Joseph_Lyon 9 years ago

Very cool and informative lens! Thanks for bringing all this useful info into one place!

• Joseph_Lyon 9 years ago

Featured you on my blog today at joe.booklocker.com- hope you like it!

Please consider adding my frog books, The Other Side of Yore and An Adventure in Yore for Bedtime Reading for your Frog Book Section. Both are available on Amazon and I can send ebooks for review if you're interested!

great lens evelyn, another well done work!

• Susan Deppner 9 years ago from Arkansas USA

Another terrific lens. I love unit studies and miss our homeschooling days, but I'm going to lensroll this lens to my Homeschool Lesson Plans and Planners lens so others can find it. The table of contents was a great idea!

• EelKat13 9 years ago

what a great lens!

• thomasz 9 years ago

Interesting lens. Nice info.

• Becca Sanz 9 years ago

Thank you for sending me your Squidcast. Your lenses are always a joy to read. I hope you will support movement to promote Healthy Food on college campuses.

• maxy 9 years ago

Great lens, very informative.

Hope you take a look at my phone card lens!

• ckennedy lm 9 years ago

Evelyn - thanks for stopping by for tortillas. You have the best teaching sections I have ever seen - a true talent!

• totalhealth 9 years ago

very nice and informative lens.

• wildrosetreasure 9 years ago

Great lens. My daughter and granddaughter love frogs.

• TriviaChamp 9 years ago

Amazing. Very creative.

~Jane

• Stephene 9 years ago

Wow.. i like your lense.. interesting information and creative pictures.. i hv joined your fan club.. (^o^)

• Stephen Carr 9 years ago from Corona, CA

Great stuff! 5 croaks!

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StephenC

• rwoman 9 years ago

Such a fun lens!

Thanks for joining

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• EelKat13 9 years ago

Got your squid cast about spring and frogs... wow, it's hard to think that there are places where frogs are getting ready for spring yet, we've still got 3 feet of snow on the ground here! We won't be seeing any sign of frogs at least until the end of May, but come June they'll be EVERYWHERE! Our land is right on a swamp, and there are thousands of frogs out there, at night we can hear them all singing at once. I just love frogs, they are so pretty.

Great 5 * lens!

• Achim Thiemermann 9 years ago from Austin, Texas

5*s, that's for sure! But there's so much to see here that after 20 minutes of browsing I still can't say: reddit!

• anonymous 9 years ago

I like what Evelyn says about writing (The Writing Process). Anyone who wants to write, from memos to novels, should take note. Thanks.

• anonymous 9 years ago

My compliments to Dean on the nice frog haiku.

• grassosalvato86 9 years ago

What a lovely lens!!!

• Brendan_McNally 9 years ago

Hi Evelyn, This is a real tribute to your work helping children understand about all things frog, a great work of love. Well done Brendan

• TheSunAlsoRises 9 years ago

wow, i'm all hopped up now on frog info, great and unique lens. 5 stars!!

• liveinpeacenow 9 years ago

I loved your Froggy in the Mud Reading Nook! Great ideas, fun lens!

• Robin S 9 years ago from USA

Cute frog lens!

• ShortSaleRealtor 9 years ago

another great lens evelyn

• Deborah Swain 9 years ago from Rome, Italy

Fantastic lens! Five stars, lens-rolled and now a favourite!

• kathysart 9 years ago

Ohhh my goodness this is just the best!

FIVE FROGGIE HOPPIN' ***** STARS!

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Aloha, Kathy

• Karen_Isaacson 9 years ago

excellent lens! plenty of nourishment here for hungry brains. I'd give it six stars if I could!

Karen

• karmapeace 9 years ago

I like this lens its truly genuine! Plus frogs are cool!

• RuthCoffee 9 years ago

Excellent ideas, a great resource for anyone working with kids!

• Becca Sanz 9 years ago

Your lens is very informative. Staying healthy is very important. I hope you will support movement to promote Healthy Food on college campuses.

• Sensitive Fern 9 years ago

My goodness that's a lot of froggie info. Let me give you a rose with that 5*. ;)

• pylemountain1 9 years ago

Great lens! My kids love frogs (specially my son who is age 5). We actually have a large pond on our place so we have a LOT of frogs.

• anonymous 9 years ago

Hey,

Very funny and fantastic ideas here, I really enjoyed with your lens, this frog unit study is very useful to the children's. Parents are providing more information to their children's for better knowledge.

I hope you have a chance to see my lens about swimming pool services

• GreenGranny 9 years ago

Fantastic!!!

• alienflower 9 years ago

Ah, frogs. A few years back I was in a frog frenzy, collecting all things froggy. It's under control now but I still really love this lens!

• totalhealth 9 years ago

I really enjoyed reading your lens. Cool ideas as well as very informative. frog stuffs are really cool.

• funwithtrains lm 9 years ago

Another great lens by you! 5 stars and a favorite from me! Please visit my Turbulence Training lens.

• ElizabethJeanAl 9 years ago

What a beautiful lens. Sometimes I wish I taught younger children. I would be fun.

5 stars

Liz

• anonymous 9 years ago

Hi, you have great and very informative lens. 5 stars of course.

Here is my new baby "Colon Cleanse" Guide.

• plecostomus 9 years ago

Wow, very informative! I'm glad someone is out there trying to reach kids on these wonderful amphibians. 5 stars for a real frog fan that PROVES it. :)

• triathlontraini1 9 years ago

Fantastic lens!! Definite 5* for all the frogs!

• TopStyleTravel 9 years ago

This lens is everything frogs. Cute.

• religions7 9 years ago

Thanks for the suggestion. This lens is a good place to find education-related groups, and I guess Rudolf Steiner does belong in that category :)

• connect 9 years ago

Great Lens - keep up the good work.

Agnes

• Frankie Kangas 9 years ago from California

Wow. Great lens -- fun, interesing and more than a mouth-ful. LOL. I've got to come back when I have more time. 5 stars, favorite and I'm already a big FAN! Bear hugs, Frankster

• Todd72 9 years ago

Thanks for the great information, and well put together lens, I have bookmarked and given it a 5 star rating.

I have been working on a lens about hot tubs and hope it turns out to this nice!

• hearthealth lm 9 years ago

Very frog-friendly stuff for my frog-allergic niece! 5 * and faved, hope you could drop by my dime lens!

• LeeCS 9 years ago

This is a great lens! Very helpful information! Thanks for bringing it to us! Please feel free to check out my site about cheap auto insurance, how to obtain cheap classic car insurance and car insurance for females 5 stars for your wonderful lens!!

• hale02 9 years ago

GREAT lens! I am going to be homeschooling my daughters when they are older and this will be a great resource for me!! I can't wait to read through the whole lens when I get some more time, what a wealth of information! I have put this in my favorites and will return very soon! Also lensrolled on my Online Games for Kids :) Thanks for such a wonderful resource.

• akrause2112 9 years ago

Very fun and informational lens! Thank you for adding it to the BIG LENSES Group!

• MsMorrison 8 years ago

this lens makes me know frogs more than just cute little creatures. thanks! Visit mine!

• eccles1 8 years ago

actually all your lens are great!!

• Ileneonhealth 8 years ago

Great lens. Keep up the good work!

• anonymous 8 years ago

Doing a great job here. Noticed you have my frog eating activity worksheet here without my permission. Would appreciate if you will put it as link back to my site though.

• anonymous 8 years ago

Forgot to inform you that I will include you site on mine too under

http://www.kiddyhouse.com/Themes/frogs

Click on For Teachers

Keep up the good work.

• Webcodes LM 8 years ago

Great froggy lens 5*.

• anonymous 8 years ago

Wow!

Your lens is beautiful! I am giving 5 stars for your wonderful lens.

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Evelyn Saenz 8 years ago from Royalton

Thank you Maggie for pointing out my omission. I hope all of you frog lovers will check out Maggie's site as well.

• Lee Hansen 8 years ago from Vermont

Fabulous Froggie Lens!!! ***** We have a frog pond in our garden that dries up in summer. This spring we had 15 frogs in the pond at the start of spring - plus a lovely singing toad.

• Mihaela Vrban 8 years ago from Croatia

My husband, who is a teacher, is going to love this lens!

I know I do! :)

• beeobrien lm 8 years ago

Evelyn, you've outdone yourself on this one. So many fun froggy resources for the classroom. I'm sending my Molly to look at this. She'll love it.

• KimGiancaterino 8 years ago

Educational and entertaining, as always! Squid Angel Blessed.

• youhavegottobekidding 8 years ago

It is nice to see a Lens that its main purpose is to help kid. I could really see that you have put a lot of hard work and time to create this great Lens. Education is very important especially now a days where there are a lot of distractions.

• Yvonne L. B. 8 years ago from Covington, LA

Wonderful! Great ideas &amp; Great lens. Thanks for all the inspiration. 5*'s

• sbucciarel 8 years ago

What an adorable lense. The Firestorm Forum is great for promoting your lenses and blogs. There's a very active Squidoo community there. firestormforum.com Hope you check it out. I also have a lense about it at http://www.squidoo.com/firestorm

• opalship 8 years ago

"How do you incorporate frogs into you life?"

...We have tree frogs, and great lizards that naturally police our bugs. They enjoy hanging out by the building lights at night to catch extra bugs.

*Sadly or oddly, Florida does not YET have any insects or flying amphibians large enough to chase off helicopters. :)

• MusicMadness LM 8 years ago

Incredibly ribbiting lens ;) You've obviously put a ton of work into this one. If my kids ever study frogs at school, I'll be sure to pass this one on the them. 5 stars from me

• Lizblueberry 8 years ago

I love frogs. I used to catch them as a kid and put them in jars. Probably was not the best thing for the frogs but it sure was fun!!

• beachbum_gabby 8 years ago

I just don't have the courage to hold them. :) But I've seen lots of them in our town.

• beachbum_gabby 8 years ago

I just don't have the courage to hold them. :) But I've seen lots of them in our town.

• bigqin 8 years ago

Great lense! I have 2 tree frogs. They tend to sleep during the day and are VERY active at night. They don't like to be held or touched. Some frogs burrow under the substrate in the tank.

• Plush LM 8 years ago

My mother likes to collect froggy collectibles. She scours the papers for garage sales, and during weekends she would disappear for hours and come home with her precious 'frogs'. The house is very 'froggilly' decorated. ;-p

• Paula Atwell 8 years ago from Cleveland, OH

Wow, my nephew will love this lens. He just turned 4 and he is really into science. Great job!

You have taught me a lot and thank you. So much to learn and so little time.

If only I had started yesterday.

Thank you

• Mayling 8 years ago

Great lens, very educational. My children are going to love this lens. 5*

• Mortira 8 years ago

It's great to teach these skills with animals, so that kids learn to love the creatures around us, too! That's why I love the Frogs Forever project! Great lens, and welcome to Family Time! *****

• Andy 8 years ago from London, England

Excellent lens. I think most kids (including me) love frogs

• eclecticeducati1 8 years ago

This is a great lens!!!! 5* and I favorite it!

• heehaw lm 8 years ago

frogs are good animals, they eats mosquito and flies, then big fishes eats frogs!

• blue22d 8 years ago

Evelyn, I just love your frog lens. In fact, I want to be a kid again....so right now that's what I am doing...enjoying your lens. Five stars, favorite and lensroll so I can come back for more.

• nightbear lm 8 years ago

What a wonderful lens. It makes you wish you had a child to share it with. 5 *s

• Cheryl Paton 8 years ago from West Virginia

Fun frog lens. You always have such wonderful teaching ideas. 5*s and fave. Check out my lens for a color in frog tshirt: http://www.squidoo.com/tshirtstocolor

• Laraine Sims 8 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

I am always amazed at your lenses. I am a great fan of yours. 5*s for a truly wonderful lens.

• Frankie Kangas 8 years ago from California

Had to come back to see what you've added. It is truly an amazing lens! Bear hugs, Frankster aka Bearmeister aka Cat-Woman

• Frankie Kangas 8 years ago from California

Had to come back to see what you've added. It is truly an amazing lens! Bear hugs, Frankster aka Bearmeister aka Cat-Woman

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Evelyn Saenz 8 years ago from Royalton

[in reply to Frankster] All those who apreciate this lens should be sure to check out your lenses on Bears. You are one of my favorite lensmasters as I always learn so much from your lenses. Thank you so much for visiting the Frogs.

• Kathryn Grace 8 years ago from San Francisco

Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. This is the most fun lens ever. I've enjoyed frogs since watching the tadpoles in the pond as a little girl and can't wait to share some of these activities and books with my grandchildren.

• AlisonMeacham 8 years ago

As always informative,compelling and beautifully done. Angel Blessings to you!

• anonymous 8 years ago

omg, this lens is really about frogs! (i thought its just a catchy title) well i don't like live frogs, i hated it when we dissect one back in high school. But this lens is wonderful. The toys are cute. And didn't know there's so much "froggy" ways to learn. I think it would be fun, specially for the children. Nice job!

• rydigga 8 years ago

What a wonderful lens, you have me seeing green! Excellent job.

• CoolFoto 8 years ago

This is absolutely darling! Wish you had been my math teacher. I hated the subject. 5*

• ShamanicShift 8 years ago

This is a marvelous lens! It is an inspiration to me fr revving up my lens building, which is a key part of one of my big intentions for this year (publish more content online). I only have 7 lenses so far and lots more could go in all of them. You have given me some new understandings of how to arrange and use modules creatively. Thanks!

• Petee 8 years ago

All I can say is great lens! As a child I always enjoyed snatching frog eggs or tadpoles from the local pond or creek and then releasing then after watching them grow. 5 star to you....

• BeautifulGreenB 8 years ago

Ribbit! You have me hopping out of my seat with these wonderful ideas for learning and fun. Thank you for making this outstanding lens, my children are 1, 3 and 12 and there is something here for each of them! Frogtastic!

• fotolady49 lm 8 years ago

What a cute lens! Very interesting and informative also. Can't wait to show my 8 year old grandson, he loves frogs.

• MattTaylor LM 8 years ago

Nice lens! 5***** from me. Ribbit! :)

Matt

• MattTaylor LM 8 years ago

Nice lens! 5***** from me. Ribbit! :)

Matt

• marsha32 8 years ago

what an awesome lens! You can't miss anything about frogs here. Jasmine loves frogs (real ones) I'm going to suggest today that it be her next lapbook project.

Frogs are gross but you make them look cute. Great lens!

Tips on choosing a great educational toy for you toddler

• Joan4 8 years ago

I need to come back and study this one some more! Great information! My grandchildren, ages 5 and 6 would love every one of these activities! I hope you are teaching teachers - such fantastic creativity!

• Joan4 8 years ago

I need to come back and study this one some more! Great information! My grandchildren, ages 5 and 6 would love every one of these activities! I hope you are teaching teachers - such fantastic creativity!

• Smartshops 8 years ago

Great lens with lots of information! 5*s from your friends at Smartshops! q

• sandys5324 8 years ago

Wow that is a LOT of information. Very interesting.

• sandys5324 8 years ago

Wow that is a LOT of information. Very interesting.

• Mary 8 years ago from Chicago area

Wow! Awesome quality and quantity of info! 5***** and favorited this one

What a great lens! I just happen to live right next door to the world famous Frog Jumping Capital of the world, Angels Camp, Ca! Yes, we actually take off two days in May for the festivities! We just love frogs! I have a lens about Copperopolis just a few miles away. The frogs are creeking out in the creek as we speak! (does that rhyme?) 5*'s and rollin on the lensroll!

• Leanne Chesser 8 years ago

Wow. This lens is fantastic! I favorited it and I'll be back to check it out more! I love what you've done with your pics and how you've used the black box (. . . in light blue) for your headings.

• Adrienne Jenkins 8 years ago

Beautiful lens

• Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

Oh Me! This lens makes me wish I was a teacher. Such great ideas to make learning fun. I have shared this link with some teachers I know.

• Verax 8 years ago

I want to improve an impressive lens for my Amphibia Linnaeus friends. One is a song by Peter, Paul and Mary called "I'm in love with a big blue frog" since I saw your lens I cannot get it out of my head. The other has nothing to do with frogs. Three Billy Goats Gruff is part of a much larger Norwegian Tale called East of the Sun and West of the Moon.

• Chris1392 8 years ago

Another great lens of yours I have read tonight. five stars, and favorite.

• foreverme 8 years ago

I love it! Especially the igloo and the tic-tac-toe game. I love fun things that encourage learning. You did a great job!

• sweettiggy 8 years ago

Wow! . Wow! I am speechless this has got to be the best lens I have come across so far. What a fantastic job you have done. You must make a great teacher.

• KimGiancaterino 8 years ago

Congratulations on making it into Squidoo's Top 10... Very exciting!!!

• Jamie6 8 years ago

This is fab. I'm really new to squidoo and am still learning the basics. As a home educator I am soooooo coming back here for info. Deffo five stars.

• Sam 8 years ago from Australia

Wonderful lens, so many frog graphics! You'd be frogging mad to not like this lens! Good work :)

• kimark421 8 years ago

This is a great lens. With 2 grandkids on the way, I have faved it and will use some of these ideas down the road. Thanks!

• Bill 8 years ago from Gold Coast, Australia

Wow!!! Who knew there was so much to write about Frogs...Well Done :-)

• AGilley 8 years ago

I'm glad the "industrial waste" turned out to be a natural phenomenon. :-)

Thanks for the feedback!

• Kate Loving Shenk 8 years ago from Lancaster PA

Pretty amazing that the frogs predicted the earthquake in China--Great picture of that as well as amazing pics and info throughout!!

Thank you!!

• roysumit 8 years ago

What a great lens! Simply splendid with all the nice pics and info. 5 stars and thanks for your contribution.

• anonymous 8 years ago

You've done it again! You put the rest of us to shame! Great resources here, which I shared with some early elementary friends. Five stars, Evelyn!

• pussreboots 8 years ago

My son recently wrote a report for first grade on the tomato frogs of Madagascar which we also turned into a lens.

• Genesis Davies 8 years ago from Guatemala

Great lens, I`m impressed. I expect I`ll be coming back to this once my kids are a little older, we`re just starting to homeschool for kindergarten right now with my oldest. I`m pretty sure they will be into frogs, though, both being boys!

• CarolSue 8 years ago

yep the health and welfare of frogs are a key indicator on the quality of water and environment. Loved the lens, very educational! Adding this to my favorites!

Save our water, switch to green cleaning products, to learn more visit my lens Creating a Healthy Home at www.squidoo.com/cleanandgreen

• California_Dreamin 8 years ago

Wonderful lens. Fun, informative and absolutely charming.

• anonymous 8 years ago

Great Lens, I too am / was a teacher and received much praise because of my science classes out side of the classroom and down by the pond lake, river, or shoreline. Kids learn best by doing and manipulating things. Thanks for the reminder.

• Tonie Cook 8 years ago from USA

This is great! 5* and a Lens Roll to the Frog Jumping Capital of Ohio!

• jura 8 years ago

Great lens i think it will help kids study.

• anonymous 8 years ago

I gave your site a good word over at www.proteacher.net (teachers forum) where someone was asking for a frog unit. Hope you get some new visitors!

• blakesdad lm 8 years ago

Huge lens! Must hop along! Five stars! Gribbit!

• anonymous 8 years ago

What was this lens about? lol! - You have spent an endless amount of time on this. Its wonderful! Another great lens. :) -Susie

• anonymous 8 years ago

This is absolutely amazing. Home schoolers and public educators must see this . Gtreat job Cassia

• jura 8 years ago

Great educational lens.

• anonymous 8 years ago

Just in time for our study of amphibians!

• jtpratt lm 8 years ago

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• mom2jamie 8 years ago

What an excellent resource! I know what my daughter will be learning about this summer while she's at home with me! 5* and adding you to my faves so I can keep coming back for ideas.

• homecarediva 8 years ago

Now that is cool! This lens is invited to join The Cool Lens Group - where EACH lens gets VOTES from the admin and gets FAVORITED too. Hooray, one of the coolest and busiest groups is reopened.

• sorana lm 8 years ago

What a fantastic lens and a great resource. 5***** and favourited it.

• tandemonimom lm 8 years ago

Frogtastic! 5* and now a Featured Lens in the newly redesigned Homeschooling Group (under new management)!

• Sarunas 8 years ago

Well Done. 5* from me

And Keep it up : D

• Tony Payne 8 years ago from Southampton, UK

Fantastic lens Evelyn. It's obvious that you put a lot of time and effort into this, excellent work. 5*****

• sittonbull 8 years ago

Who knew? there was so much to learn about frogs and their role in our ecology? Wow... I'm almost speechless and am trying to fathom the incredible amount of research and work that had to be done to create a masterpiece like this! Easy to see how this will and should remain highly ranked for a long while. Congratulations on this amazing work. I can only give you 5*s that matter and a favorite

• hlkljgk 8 years ago from Western Mass

wow, you really put a lot of hard work into this lens - and it shows!

• KimGiancaterino 8 years ago

Squid Angel Blessed.

• anonymous 8 years ago

This is an awesome lens! Well written, great topic and superb intro! I love the layout of the page it flows nicely and is very easy to read. I rated it 5 stars all the way across! I would love for you take a look at my lens http://www.squidoo.com/daycareschoolonline and let me know what you think! All the best of luck to you!

• Yvonne L. B. 8 years ago from Covington, LA

Hi, I have featured this froggy lens on Green Treefrog in Louisiana: https://hubpages.com/animals/green-treefrog-louisi

• oliviabrooks123 8 years ago

What a fantastic lens

• karen550 lm 8 years ago

This is a fabulous lens. I used to teach 2nd grade years ago. This would have been so helpful. Thanks for sharing.

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• DarylRobidoux 8 years ago

nice lens

• enslavedbyfaeries 8 years ago

I have always loved frogs! This is a truly remarkable lens. I never knew so many fun and educational frog activities existed. Adding to my favorites for when summer boredom strikes. :)

• Heather Burns 8 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

Gosh, Evelyn, fantastic! I wish my kids had been taught by you! What a wonderful lens! 5*

• yelixref2 8 years ago

It's a good lens and informative.

• robertkoger123 8 years ago

What a fantastic lens

• oliviabrooks123 8 years ago

nice lens

• anonymous 8 years ago

"Hoppy" Birthday Evelyn and birthday blessings to you for this excellent lens.

• anonymous 8 years ago

Evelyn my goodness - what an awesome lens! Great info for parents, teachers and kids.

• Cheryl Paton 8 years ago from West Virginia

Lots of great frog information and games. Lensrolled to Save the Frogs.

• draik 8 years ago

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• chomphosy 8 years ago

What a great collection of frog ideas and links! Let me suggest one more: Frog Prince Lesson Plans. Now this must be an exhaustive list!

• anonymous 8 years ago

What a terrific resource for frog unit studies! I can't wait to do one with my boys!

• GrowWear 8 years ago

A spectacular lens. The world needs teachers like you!

• anonymous 8 years ago

I love frogs!!! Awesome lens :)

• davidp711 lm 8 years ago

The Frog Pattern article was great I love this lens!

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• anonymous 8 years ago

Excellent lens! Had to give it 5*.

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• Lakota429 8 years ago

Wonderful lens!!! And terrific info! I truly enjoyed reading it! Will definitely use lots of these ideas as I've worked with kids for 21 years and still going! My granddaughter will love the fun ideas you have here, too! 5 stars! Annie~

• Lakota429 8 years ago

P.S. Lensroll AND a favorite!!!!

• JenOfChicago LM 8 years ago

Great lens - my sister and I had a pet frog as kids, it was a great time!

• motherbunny lm 7 years ago

Gosh what an amazing lens!! I have learnt so much about them, 5* go to you Jackie

• myraggededge 7 years ago

Incredible... the work that you have put into this is just amazing. I shall be bookmarking this and sharing it with my children. Thank you.

• ronpass lm 7 years ago

Well Evelyn - a superb lens by a dedicated educator. The research behind this lens is stunning. The world needs educators like yourself - modeling curiosity, research, exploration, fun and a quest for understanding the minutia of the amazing world that surrounds us. I think that this is one of the best lenses I have seen - deserving of two purple stars, not just one. Congrats - great to catch up with you on RedGage as well (that's how I found this lens).

• SherryHolderHunt 7 years ago

I always love your lenses......this one was a special treat. Congratulations on your purple star!! woohoo, I am the 200th one to give you stars *****

• Twobit LM 7 years ago

I remember when I was a kid I used to go around and collect frogs in the nearby woods and pond, what memories!! Nice lens 5*!!

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• JoyfulPamela2 7 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

Hi Evelyn ~ this is incredible! My one son will be studying amphibians this winter and we will be sure to visit back! Thank you! Pamela

• anonymous 7 years ago

This is such a great lens! I had a lot of fun reading it - very interesting and fun. Thanks for sharing all those great informations with us :)

• tysam lm 7 years ago

What a great lens! Thanks for making it, I will return to it many times, Great source of info! 5 Stars favorite!

• beat-maker 7 years ago

Love frogs, great lense thanks

• Treasures By Brenda 7 years ago from Canada

Wow! Wish I could go to school with you.

Nicely done &amp; blessed.

• Kate Phizackerl1 7 years ago

My brother's godmother loves frogs. Great lens. Blessed.

• WindyWintersHubs 7 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC

• Patricia 7 years ago

Congrats on the purple star and the 100 club! I don't know if I knew you were in the 100 club. I am trying out for December.

• KimGiancaterino 7 years ago

Hopping in to re-bless. Is the purple star new? Congratulations!

• RollingLuggage 7 years ago

Wonderful lens &amp; Great information

• palaceofglass 7 years ago

Great lens! Much useful info. 5 stars

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@KimGiancaterino: Thank you, SquidAngel. Yes, the Frog Unit Study has a Purple Star. Thank you for noticing.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@RollingLuggage: Thank you for visiting the Frogs.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@palaceofglass: Thank you for visiting the Frogs. Their eyes sparkle at so many pretty, little stars.

• anonymous 7 years ago

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• Kimsworld LM 7 years ago

Thank You, and Merry Christmas to the Frogs in the Pond! This is such a great lens, so much info.

• YourFirstTime 7 years ago

Tremendous lens! I wan to try this with my students.

• GrowWear 7 years ago

Angel blessings, and a happy new year!

• ttsupra 7 years ago

What a great lens, it is full of so much info..

I think im going to be reading this for a few days longer to read the whole lens. Great work..

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@Kimsworld LM: The Frogs in the Pond are wishing you a Merry Christmas as well.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@GrowWear: Thank you, SquidAngel!

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@ttsupra: The Frogs in the Pond are delighted that you stopped by.

• sukkran trichy 7 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

it is really a great lens with lot of info. evelyn, i admired you for this presentation.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@sukkran trichy: Thank you so much. It was one of my very first lenses. I think that the frogs got a little carried away so I have now started creating tadpole lenses that take off of the theme but this one always seems to stay at the top. Thank you so much for visiting the frog pond.

really an excellent lens. good job

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@loganadrian: Thank you so much for stopping by to visit the frogs.

• AlinaWarner 7 years ago

Favorited and 5 *****

Excellent lens.

Thank so much for sharing this information. :)

• Natalie W Schorr 7 years ago

It's a frog extravaganza!!! I lensrolled it to my Funky Frog Facts lens. I would say you rock, but perhaps you HOP is more appropriate!!!

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@AlinaWarner: Thank you for hopping over to the frog pond to check out what's going on.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@Natalie W Schorr: Thank you so much for stopping by to visit the frogs.

• Eliza Rayner 7 years ago from Boulder, Colorado

Hi Evelyn, Im back to this awesome page again to say that I have added it to my newest page - a few of my favorite things. Thanks!

• BigFish1 7 years ago

Thanks for your resources on frogs. I have copied some of the activities to take to our Cub Scout group. It will be fun and educational. This is really a great lens. Thanks.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@ElizaRayner: Thank you so much. The frogs love to hop over to visit other ponds. Come back soon.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@BigFish1: Please cop back over soon to let us know which froggy activities the scouts liked best.

• charisse003 7 years ago

Now,. i know more about of frogs. Thanks for the lens. But how important frogs in our sorrounding or world?

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@charisse003: It is amazing how important frogs are in determining the health of habitats around the world.

• ohmydogsupplies 7 years ago

I always love to watch the little frogs in the creek by my house when I walk the dogs.

• Yvonne L. B. 7 years ago from Covington, LA

You and this lens have been featured on Nature at Its Best - Frog Songs Blog ( http://bestnature.crabbysbeach.com/blogs/ )

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@ohmydogsupplies: I bet the dogs like to watch the frogs as well.

• anonymous 7 years ago

Who knew Frogs could be such a great learning tool! I'm off to find my neighbors cats to dress up in that frog outfit!!! ; )

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

• RuthieDenise 7 years ago

A nice lens. Lots of good froggie info.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@RuthieDenise: Thank you for visiting the frogs. They are always delighted to greet new friends around the lily pads.

• feasibilitystdy 7 years ago

Wow here are many kinds of book about frog and a lot of information. It's also a great lens and

I want to gave you 5 star.

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• oztoo lm 7 years ago

I love frogs too. Amazing informative lens and a great educational tool for kids. excellent.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@feasibilitystdy: Thank you for stopping by to visit the Frogs.

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@oztoo lm: Frogs are amazing creatures and children love learning about them.

• Airinka 7 years ago

Frogs mean money :)

• Airinka 7 years ago

Frogs mean money :)

• Rhonda Albom 7 years ago from New Zealand

Wow, fantastic resource on frogs. What a brilliant and complete frog unit study.

• sheilamarie78 7 years ago

I love this lens and have come back to look at it several times. I like to sing about frogs, especially as many people think their own voices sound like frogs. One of my favorite spring sounds are the peepers. When I sing to them, I like the way peepers sing back. Don't you?

• sheilamarie78 7 years ago

I love this lens and have come back to look at it several times. I like to sing about frogs, especially as many people think their own voices sound like frogs. One of my favorite spring sounds are the peepers. When I sing to them, I like the way peepers sing back. Don't you?

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Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

@sheilamarie78: Oh yes I do love to listen to the spring peepers. Here in Miami we shut the windows and turn on the air conditioners making it impossible to listen to the sounds of the frogs but when I to up to Vermont each summer all the little frogs are singing to me just outside the open window.

• Wednesday-Elf 7 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

Children love frogs. This is a beautifully presented and fascinating list of resources to teach children about one of their favorite 'hoppy' friends. Lensrolled to my plush animals in nature lens.

• cupons 7 years ago

what if children loved so much of frogs that they want to by biologists in the future? I once loved animals and I leanrt biology in my college but then I find I don't like it at all :(

• Missmerfaery444 7 years ago

I am back to peruse this wonderful lens for the third time! It must have got into my brain because I just bought a fab pair of froggy slippers!!

Loving your lenses and the Homeschool Club too - absorbing it all for the future for when my baby daughter is older!

• boatbuildingplans 7 years ago

do you dream about frogs at nighttime?

• Lizblueberry 7 years ago

Evelyn, this is a fabulous lens. I love frogs and spent quite a bit of time looking over your lens, I will definitely be back when it is not so late:)

• anonymous 6 years ago

I always liked frogs and thought they got a bad press. I've got several living in my shed athe moment as it's leaking slightly and they love the damp!

My wife has several frog themed balloons in her shop.

• anonymous 6 years ago

I always liked frogs and thought they got a bad press. I've got several living in my shed athe moment as it's leaking slightly and they love the damp!

My wife has several frog themed balloons in her shop.

• EliteChicagoLim1 6 years ago

Wow, your lens is huge! Nice content too. :)

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• furyon45 6 years ago

Hello! Great Lens i give 5 stars + favorite check my site http://www.squidoo.com/best-facebook-games-guide and give 5 stars + favorite if you wann. Thx Jurica

• educar-un-perro 6 years ago

This is a GREAT GREAT GREAT lens!!!! I love it !!!

• anonymous 6 years ago

My brother is a conservation specialist at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. He will come to my class and talk about the importance of frogs in our environment. We love it!

• BetsyCzark 6 years ago

Wow! that is a lot of Frog. I will look at it more carefully soon and let you know what we use. We already do a lot of frog and toad. My older daughter, just 9, likes to wind toad egg strings around her arm as a bracelet or as a necklace I think looks very nice. even when you know what they are - to me at least.

I probably missed it in your extensive list. But there are some frog stories that are not in your list. Storynory's Bertie-the-frog stories. Very entertaining. Storynory, as you probably know, is a fabulous source of great free audio stories for kids. A new one every week. www.storynory.com. Thanks again. I am glad I discovered your lense.

• anonymous 6 years ago

I never knew there was so much information out there on frogs! You sure know how to make learning fun!

• SofiaMann 6 years ago

Really fun.

• teamlane 6 years ago

Wow! Everything I needed to know about frogs Evelyn_Saenz! :)

• musicgurl333 6 years ago

Wow! You have tons of information here! :) It's a great lens. I'll definitely have to come back and check it out some more. :)

• Rachel_Riley 6 years ago

This is incredible. I really like your lens. Keep them coming.

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• Lisa Marie Gabriel 6 years ago from United Kingdom

Returning to bless an incredible lens! :)

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• Carole11 6 years ago

Toad-ally awesome lens! You are a great educator. My daughter is a teacher...can't wait to share this lens with her.

• SofiaMann 6 years ago

This is a huge job. Congratulations.

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Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

This lens is included in the Best Review - Top 10 Frog Pages - Games and Activities for a Frog Unit Study

• Liz Mackay 6 years ago from United Kingdom

I know where to come when I want information on frogs. Good work.

• Asinka Fields 6 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

Fantastic compilation on Frogs! Beautiful artwork and photos :)

• discusfishguy 6 years ago

What great information and ideas. This will give me a lot to discus with and teach my son.

• Carole11 6 years ago

I am amazed every time I look at this page at how much information there is about frogs. I never knew how much I didn't know.

• TimeHacker 6 years ago

Wow, that's a lot of information and very nice photos and artwork. Good job!

• noobeegin 6 years ago

Frogs R a favorite of mine and one of my totem animals. My collection is quite large. My store logo contains my favorite "Noobeegin". Check me out at http://www.squidoo.com/noobeegin.

• WebIsFun 6 years ago

This is a wonderful page! Great to show kids all about Frogs after watching "Princess and the Frog"!

• Ann 6 years ago from Yorkshire, England

what fun.

• Cynthia Sylvestermouse 6 years ago from United States

Fabulous homeschool and learning resource. Love to make learning fun!

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• surviving-2012 6 years ago

How fun. Thank you.

• anonymous 6 years ago

Frogs are cool! Thank you.

• rasgriz 6 years ago

kerokeropi .... nice article

• EliteChicagoLim1 6 years ago

Too bad those little creatures are endangered due to the human activity...

• ChildBlessed 6 years ago

Wow, lots of good ideas here. You did a fantastic job.

• Jeremy 6 years ago from Tokyo, Japan

Thorough is the best word I can think of to describe this amazing lens. I know what my June theme is for preschool now. Thanks for the ideas. Blessed (not that this lens needs it).

• Moe Wood 6 years ago from Eastern Ontario

• Steve Arun 6 years ago

This is such a huge lens, I lot to read!.. absolutely fantastic work, love it.

• chocapic 6 years ago

i'll probably continue reading tomorrow ... to much info in one lens here

• magicgeniewishl 6 years ago

Wow, this lens must have taken ages. Well done in taking the time to make it! I will have to come back from time to time to read through all of it though. Great job!

• WorldVisionary 6 years ago

What a great compilation of information about frogs!

• Sojourn 6 years ago

Your pictures, your layout, your attention to detail - INCREDIBLE! This one lens alone gave me a ton of ideas I could use with my kids. You don't see frogs where we live now but when I was growing up, they were everywhere. In fact, that's what you did when I was a kid. You played with frogs. My kids saw one on a cross-country trip this past summer and they were fascinated. Great job on this lens!

• kt_glasses 6 years ago

Really interesting topic! And the way you arrange the lens is really cool and impressive.

• Michey LM 6 years ago

You have here an incredible quantity of info which is fun, the little ones will learn without to know...

Blessing from a Squid Angel.

You are a resourceful teacher!

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Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

@Michey LM: Thank you, SquidAngel!

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Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

@kt_glasses: The frogs are so glad you hopped over for a visit.

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Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

@Sojourn: So sad to hear that there are no frogs where you live. Unfortunately, frogs are disappearing all over the planet. We need to stop polluting our environment and make sure that frogs have a safe place to live.

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Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

@magicgeniewishl: This was one of the very first lenses that I wrote so I have been working on it for about 3 years in Squidoo time but I also have taught about frogs to children for many years so in a way I have been working on it for over 20 years.

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Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

@magicgeniewishl: This was one of the very first lenses that I wrote so I have been working on it for about 3 years in Squidoo time but I also have taught about frogs to children for many years so in a way I have been working on it for over 20 years.

• anonymous 6 years ago

This is one of my favorite animal loving lense! Thanks for your hard work with this, dear Evelyn. You've many awesome lenses that I really like. Happy Holiday :)

• anonymous 6 years ago

I do like frogs and will probably never will, but I do appreciate your lens. Your lens was very well put together and was very informative. great lens!!!

• ChemKnitsBlog2 6 years ago

I used to spend a lot of time catching and releasing frogs as a child, so this lens really brought me back down memory lane. Thank you for sharing it with me!

• GrowWear 6 years ago

Dropping back in at this wonderful Purple Star lens to wish you happy holidays and a new year filled with abundance and love.

• Penny Pincher G 6 years ago

frogs! what a great topic! very helpful and informative

• Julia M S Pearce 6 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

What an amazing lens on frogs!!So much info and incrediable drawings and photos!Love it!

• Sandy Mertens 6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

Awesome information about frogs. Brings back memories of when I collected them from a pond as pets.

• Sandy Mertens 6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

Awesome information about frogs. Brings back memories of when I collected them from a pond as pets.

• eclecticeducati1 6 years ago

I came back to bless this lens. :)

• Rhonda Albom 6 years ago from New Zealand

What a great range of frog information. Frogs must be fun to study at your house!

• christopherlee lm 6 years ago

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• christopherlee lm 6 years ago

@eclecticeducati1: yes, i totally agree, i will be back tomorrow.

• christopherlee lm 6 years ago

@jmsp206: Cant agree more on that. Very nice pic too, wondering where the owners getting all of them from.

• christopherlee lm 6 years ago

@RhondaAlbom: I love then too, excellent pics

• Manjurul Islam 6 years ago from Chittagong, Bangladesh

Wow! A very interesting lens. There are a lot of things to learn. Surely, I will be back here.

• sugunalinus 6 years ago

Very interesting lens. Even though i don't like Frogs, I don't also object to people who like frogs. I respect their taste and freedom. But this lens is awesome with the perfect organisation of facts and fiction.

• Victoria Cochrane 6 years ago from North West Tasmania, Australia

I am a teacher developing my own site. What a great job you have done! Next time I need ideas on teaching about frogs I will come back here and also recommend it to others!

• najem lm 6 years ago

Honestly I did not know that frogs are that interesting since I check you lens! I really like it!

• jennikitten lm 6 years ago

Amazing ideas here, thanks!

• anonymous 6 years ago

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• jamiew23 6 years ago

haha love it :D Very interesting lens :)

• rlivermore 6 years ago

Great lens! I wish I "knew" you when I was homeschooling my kids many years ago.

• WorldVisionary 6 years ago

I've been to your wonderful lens before, but I just came back to give it an Angel blessing. )

• Harshitha LM 6 years ago

wonderful lens. Hoppy to read it!

• Harshitha LM 6 years ago

I liked the alternative to frog dissection. Its a great idea! thank you

• photofk3 6 years ago

Really unsusual and interesting lens. You put a lot of effort into it. Thanks for sharing.

I see, everything is about frogs here. Thanks for the share!

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• IlanaMoore LM 6 years ago

This is magnificent! The depth of which you can take a single subject or concept is nothing short of inspiring! Do you have other subjects that you do this with? And what age group do you recommend? Really, it seems you can adapt this to any age. Thank you for this fantastic project!

• Richard 6 years ago from Surrey, United Kingdom

So much great information about frogs. So I glad I decided to hop into red this. Good luck in the Readers Choice Awards! : http://www.squidoo.com/lens-sightings-2010

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• thetruthtosixpackabs 6 years ago

wow what a bounty of information that you have compiled. Great lens. I know more now about frogs then I ever did. Thanks,

• firstgrip 6 years ago

Wow. Such a long lens. I never know so much about frogs until I spent time reading this page. By the way, do you have success looking for donation?

• jvsper63 6 years ago

I love frogs, Great lens so cute also...

• Oliversbabycarecouk 6 years ago

Good Page - Cute photos

• bobbyjones654321 6 years ago

Nice lens!Very interesting!

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• SunnyDaze LM 6 years ago

I think you have included everything there is to know about frogs. Very educational and well done. Nice lens for kids and teachers.

• Tony Payne 6 years ago from Southampton, UK

I just got my Angel wings, so I came back to give this amazing lens my Blessing. This truly is a fantastic resource.

• Dorishappy 6 years ago

To be honest, I am a little afraid of real frogs. I think cartoon frogs look more cute.....

• arleneonon 6 years ago

Super lens, I have book marked this internet site so ideally I'll see much more on this subject in the foreseeable future!

• imaginemdd lm 6 years ago

This is a great, informative page on frogs. For homeschooling or homework help or just for a very interesting read. Anyone who's planning a frog or nature themed birthday party should visit this page for some clever ideas. Thanks for all the work you put into this.

• aliki-m 6 years ago

Wow!!!! Very nice work!!! Your lens are interesting!! Keep up!!!

• anonymous 6 years ago

Awesome, in depth, an inspiration to all lens writers.

• reasonablerobby 6 years ago

What an amazing lens, packed full of educational content- brilliant job!

• greetingcardsinfo 6 years ago

Gosh where do I start this lens must have taken you ages to do. Itâs just brilliant work so enjoyable to read great stuff. My lens look rubbish compared to yours!!

• anonymous 6 years ago

Absolutely wonderful teaching units you have here. Great ideas and so helpful to anyone teaching.

• anonymous 6 years ago

wow this is really neat, when I was a kid I was also very fascinated with frogs. I hope kids today could also value nature in the real world instead of having them in some computer game, I think it would also be neat to track the time of how frogs mature, i bet the time tracking app form tsheets would be really useful in that. Im kinda old but I think I wanna visit the old pond. Thanks for the great post.

• UKGhostwriter 6 years ago

Nice lense, great frogology!

• Dinostore 6 years ago

One of my very favorite lenses on Squidoo :) Thumbs up and fav'd.

• Vicki 6 years ago from USA

I was having so much fun here I forgot this lens was intended for children and learning!!! I adore frogs and have always been fascinated with them. I live on a lake and can't wait until all my little frog, lizard and turtle babies start coming around! So far all I've seen this March are 2 poisonous snakes, yuck. Wonderful lens!!! ~Vicki~

• Magriet 6 years ago

Goodness me what fun! I do not think it is only the kids that will learn from this, I have already learned quite a bit and I think it is worth investigating as a homeschooling option. I have many friends homeschooling and I'll pass this lens on to them.

• Cynthia Davis 6 years ago from Pittsburgh

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• Fignewton37 6 years ago

At one time we home schooled my two stepdaughters. This would have been a great lens to help with that schooling. One thing I noticed about home schooling was that the girls did not get sick. That was when I really learned what a cesspool of disease the schools were. Anyway, great learning lens. You put a lot of work into it and it shows. Thanks.

• anonymous 6 years ago

Fantastic Lens, I would have loved to be in your school! I'm a big frog fan, and really enjoyed this Lens, love all the pictures, thank you!

• ghosthost 6 years ago

nice lens, i learn something new today, thank for sharing..

• Bella Stella 6 years ago

This is a really cute froggy lens with interesting topics and amazing colorful photos! I liked it.

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• rdgubaten lm 6 years ago

Very unique lens. I liked it.

• janeaustengirl lm 6 years ago

This is a great lens...I am going to use this in my science studies!

• akumar46 lm 6 years ago

I wonder how you got a wonderful idea. Great.......

• meisgood132 6 years ago

What a strange question, let me see. Oh normally while walking Sam my black Lab dog, we will try not standing on them. Seriously, if the time of the year is right. The populous of the frog is in it's tens of thousands, where he gets walked and not standing on a poor little frog takes good concentration. Apart from this I have nothing compared to your frog obsession, wonderful lens though.

• anonymous 6 years ago

Wonderful, educational, interesting lens, filled with fun tips and ideas for all you frog enthusiasts!

• gabriel32 6 years ago

Great lens. Thank you for sharing good stuffs.

• gottaloveit2 6 years ago

What an adorable lens - all things froggy! I love all the resources and links you've provided. I showed it to my elderly Mom who loves frogs. She was enamored!

• tomwjr 6 years ago

• JoleneBelmain 6 years ago

Our lives are so very entertwined with those of other animals.

• cuttingboard 6 years ago

Have you seen "Tuesday,' the book by David Wiesner? it is beautiful.

• sushilkin lm 6 years ago

Nice Lens! Thanks for sharing your knowledge!! Visit PRAY FOR JAPAN

• Jacobisme 6 years ago

Amazing!

• RetroMom 6 years ago

Everything about frogs. That's very nice. It's educational, great information. I like it.

• JamieSueAustin 6 years ago

Nice Lens. Unique. :) I added you to my lens roll and "liked" you. :) I have some frog printables on my main site. Kids love learning about frogs.

• anonymous 6 years ago

but don't make a cult with this frog

• lasertek lm 6 years ago

nice idea, turning your room into a frog classroom! a big RIBBIT to your lens. :)

• JackalyeYe 6 years ago

lots of information. unique.

• anonymous 6 years ago

Dearest Evelyn. I really love this educational lens of yours so much. This is my 5th visiting here. So wonderful as always. I'm so happy to read them all and your new updating. Love to see this frog unit lens to be no.1 all the time. You've beautiful heart. So proud to know you. Have a wonderful time.. always :)

• Marika 6 years ago from Cyprus

Wow, these are wonderful ideas for learning. And quite a long lens too, well done :)

Marcia

• Jeremy 6 years ago from Tokyo, Japan

I came back to say thanks again for this lens. Tomorrow, I'm teaching a two-hour frog study lesson, mostly with ideas from this page. Did you know that "Kaeru no uta" (Song of the Frog) is one of the most popular kids' songs in Japan, and also one of the first songs that kids learn to play on the piano in Japan.

• akumar46 lm 6 years ago

Great lens on frog unit study,full of study materials.Thanks.

• Ruthi 6 years ago

I love frogs! And love this lens! Your study lenses are just awesome. You should publish textbooks for teaching.

• KayeSI 6 years ago

WOW! I LOVE your frog lens! I just wish I'd found it earlier this year when my oldest grandchild was studying frogs! But I'm saving it for when the rest of the grandkids get to frogs. Awesome resource. Thank you!

• June Campbell 6 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

This lens is certainly home to everything froggie. What a great resource it is for students and educators

• Pat Broker 6 years ago from Templeton, CA

Wow! What a great lens about frogs. You really integrated well in all subjects and the resources and lesson plan possibilities are great.

• Chardoo 6 years ago

Great educational resource and very fun way for kids to learn, too. Yes, we have a pet frog that our cat, Bonnie, found in our garden. She didn't hurt it and it has become "her friend" as in my squidoo lens,

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• efriedman 6 years ago

What a lot of frogs! Especially liked the reference to wonderful book series Toad and Frog and the lovely Frog Bubbles artwork.

• achraf lm 6 years ago

when I saw the title of the lens, I said to myself "nothing interesting here"; I then couldn't stop myself from reading it to the end :)

great job!!

• webupsquid 6 years ago

Great info, thanks!

• BruceBair 6 years ago

I am not a teacher, but I recognized and enjoyed several items here. Very original thinking. I gave you a thumbs up and a featured lens spot on my new lens about top 100 books.

• pakaianmuslimanak 6 years ago

Wooow... in Indonesia we are not too fond of frogs, but through the writing on the frog was also one of the animals are cool:). if observed continuously, it turns out the frog was funny too.

• speaktolearn 6 years ago

Good Froggy stuff! :-)

• FamilyThemeNights 6 years ago

Great lens! I love learning through themes!

• pixiepot 6 years ago

Wow. This is an amazing lens. Well done

• ellagis 6 years ago

what a great lens! WOW!

• Bob Schroeder 6 years ago

I can't believe the size of this lens!!!!! What a great job and great information.

• guidediet 6 years ago

I like it ! thanks

• Texas Avon Rep 6 years ago

Wish I would have seen this lens about 2 months ago! I teach 1st grade and we do a unit on Frogs. I will definitely have to remember these activities. Thank you for a great lens!

• mariafox 6 years ago

This is a great lens! I'll make sure to pass it on to my teaching friends.

• kwhiting644 lm 6 years ago

Amazing lens. Can't wait to do a frog unit next spring in my prek classroom.. It make me think about lenses I can create based on themes and link them to my new website - My Special Needs classroom.

• myshelle01 6 years ago

This is an incredible Lens. I was drawn to read it as I adore frogs. I have one in my pond. Almost wishing I was back in school making and learning all you have talked about.

• AsianMarketplace 6 years ago

One of the longest lens i have encountered. Very good effort. Nice!

• TIRMassageStone1 6 years ago

Interesting!

• annylost 6 years ago

good lens

• Char Milbrett 5 years ago from Minnesota

Very interesting lens...

• springpeepers10 5 years ago

Very extensively researched and approached the subject of frogs from many different angles. I love to look and listen for frogs at the various ponds and swamps where I live in suburban NYC. I also like to write about frogs. www.sleighbellsinspringtime.com

• rangiiria 5 years ago

Liked it thank you

• Tracy Gibb 5 years ago

Wow lense is so detailed and full of information! I especially loved the frog bulletin board! I'm going to try that in my classroom!

• golfspice 5 years ago

Toad story - Would you believe that in the village where I live in England, "Toad Road Warning Signs" are erected each spring (breeding season), while villagers carry toads from the road to the safety of the village river. - Great lens.

• JoshK47 5 years ago

What a fantastic resource! Amazing work!

• anonymous 5 years ago

Cool lens on frogs, I'll make sure to share this lens with my friends. Visit http://www.squidoo.com/treatment-for-a-herniated-d...

• AngelDey 5 years ago

I always love reading your lenses. They are so thorough and give me so many ideas for lessons for my son. With this one I was thinking we could expand it to pond life since we live near a large pond that attracts ducks, cranes, and loons as well as lot of interesting insects AND of course frogs and toads. We actually have a lot of frogs around our house and even rescue them from inside the house. We observe them when they stick to the front door and wait for bugs to come close enough. And yesterday we got to hold a Pacman frog and learned all about him from a local reptile and amphibian owner/teacher. But, of course, it's all just science. I like your unit studies and turning one topic into several lessons that are fun for kids.

• cstoll 5 years ago

What a great lens! It was cute, informative, thorough, and witty. Almost all of my lenses have to do with business (http://www.squidoo.com/bootstrapping-how-cutting-d... but it is great to read about other great topics... such as frogs!

• pyngthyngs 5 years ago

There is such an amazing array of frog knowledge presented so beautifully in your lens. Next time I have a question about frogs (which is at least once a week ;) ), I know exactly where to go.

• Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

You have covered frogs so well, I could croak! Great frog lens!!

• mathewdawsonpetmemorial 5 years ago

One good piece of information, amphibians like frogs actually evolved from dinosaurs. yes, they are aquatic dinosaurs.

• franstan lm 5 years ago

Awesome lens

• sammiebear 5 years ago

i learned a lot from this lens!

• dr_kirans4 5 years ago

I like the lens, do you know that the number of very small bright color (poisonous) frogs tell us how our planet is doing. They play a very important role in the evolution and the safe future of our planet Earth. Please visit my lens to leave a comment. Thanks

• davidcam 5 years ago

Very very interesting .. I learned a lot from this lens..Thank you

• mahasson 5 years ago

Wow, very well made lens! Frogs are amazing creatures, and not just because they help get rid of insects!

Thanks for making such a great teaching resource!

• NightSquid LM 5 years ago

Wow, great information Evelyn!

• grifith 5 years ago

interesting lens

• JJNW 5 years ago from USA

This is one of my ALL TIME favorite Squidoo lenses! I decided to go visiting in the "Education" neighborhood on an Angel Quest and give you the first blessing of the day. *** SquidAngel Blessings *** for terrific information, fun layout, and making the internet just that much better for kids and those who love them. ((HUGS))

• TIRMassageStone1 5 years ago

I've got Bull Frogs where I'm from. They are about the scariest sight to see because they are huge, but very docile.

• anonymous 5 years ago

interesting lens

• jaredsgirl 5 years ago

Wow! This is quite an impressive lens you have here! Very valuable information on frogs, especially for teachers and parents. Nice job!

• nature photogra 5 years ago

Great information. I enjoyed taking all the little quizzes throughout. You've given me some great ideas for future lenses of mine. Thanks!

• HeatherTodd1 5 years ago

Great post..Thanks

• Victoria Cochrane 5 years ago from North West Tasmania, Australia

Fatastic lens. I will recommend it to anyone thinking of teaching about frogs!

• vaporizerblogger 5 years ago

What a great lens! It is very informative and fun to read:)

• SpEeDyG360 LM 5 years ago

nice lens! lot of cool stuff! thanks for sharing!

• farahbrent 5 years ago

nice post.. what a story..

• farahbrent 5 years ago

nice post.. what a story..

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• NidhiRajat 5 years ago

east or west, frogs are the best!!!! yipee

• Penny Pincher G 5 years ago

what a great lens. not just because i love frogs, but also because it is so educational. i say you break up this super long frog lens into a lot of smaller ones. you have plenty of information to do it. is it your niche? it should be. Blessed

• CanAnybodySing 5 years ago

Wow, this is by far the longest lens I have seen so far on Squidoo!

• anonymous 5 years ago

very interesting read. great work..,, i am a brand new squid hoping to post something this informative

• bosieboy 5 years ago

Amazing lens!!! I have soooo far to travel before I reach these standards - I will be back to read more as I am only about a quarter of the way through it!

Great, great job.

• squidoolover76 5 years ago

Really a very good lens creation by you,loved the theme and the idea

• liam999 5 years ago

I'll be back to view this charming little gem of a lens to put the smile back on my face; if not to learn how a lens can be so finely crafted. A masterpiece of form and content!

• AsaGislason 5 years ago

Fun lens, all I ever wanted to know about frogsâ¦ and some more :-) Thanks

• Barbara Walton 5 years ago from France

Wow - what a frog marathon! More than you could ever want to learn about frogs. Great lens.

• laguild 5 years ago

Didn't know I could learn so much about frogs from a lens. This is packed full of information! Great Job!

• seedplanter 5 years ago

FABULOUS lens, Evelyn! Makes me wish I was a kid again!

• TransplantedSoul 5 years ago

This is a great lens. I fondly remember my daughters "frogging", catching and putting back the frogs ot the local pond and provincial park. The eldest is 21 now, and we were driving the other night and I stopped when I saw a frog in the headlights. She jumped out to "save" the frog and put him safely to the side.

• ledouxrt 5 years ago

Someone loves frogs!

• kyhillbullies 5 years ago

WOW! This was terrific!

wow. awesome lens!

• PainMan1 5 years ago

This is truly one of the best lenses I have seen on Squidoo! Very well-organized &amp; packed with educational facts &amp; activities! Wonderful job!

• rockenroller 5 years ago

Awesome lens, keep up the great work

• anonymous 5 years ago

Wow. Impressive lens. Congrats.

• beckyf 5 years ago

What an EXCELLENT lens! This must have taken a long time to put together. VERY well done!

• SIALicenceUK 5 years ago

this is how you create a lens, thumbs up

• Julia Morais 5 years ago

I'm so impressed about how many things you can write about a frog. Awesome.

• LeCordonDude 5 years ago

FROGS ARE FUN!

• hsschulte 5 years ago

Wow! Who knew there were so many ways to study frogs and incorporate them in lessons? Wonderful lens!

• Showpup LM 5 years ago

Holy smokes, batman! This lens is fabulous! Wish I had found this while I was still homeschooling my boys. :) Thumbs up and then some!

• Lucas-Kain 5 years ago

Oh lawdy. Really, took a LONG time to read this one. But it was well worth for a frog lover. :) Good job!

• modernchakra 5 years ago

Amazing. Simply amazing. I was hopping with excitement. Thank you for obviously hard work and thorough. Take care!

• Cheryl Paton 5 years ago from West Virginia

Evelyn, you were one of the first lensmasters on Squidoo that wrote me and told me tips to help improve ranking and traffic. Thank you so much.

• naugleb 5 years ago

I really like your lens especially the photos.

• x-stage 5 years ago

wow! what an in depth lens about forgs ... but, to answer the question... I have three stuffed frogs that sit on the shelf in my bedroom and a small pond that every spring is teaming with tadpoles.

• clcmdorg 5 years ago

Great lens and resources on preschool learning. We're always looking for quality content to add and link to on our Rockville preschool site.

• anonymous 5 years ago

Amazing lens! who would have known that there are so much involved with these creatures very informative and great.

• Luurs1 5 years ago

i hate the disection of frogs .. oh c'mon we take animals and than kill them for no real reason just so we can ,,learn'' something about them .. that we could learn from those tables or books ... and than we throw them like garbage ... humans are really evil creatures

• Paki Bazar 5 years ago

you have a nice blog gr8 effort

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• writingtowrite 5 years ago

Your page is great! If you would check out mine, i would really appreciate feedback from you! Keep up the good work!

• rightvpnforyou 5 years ago

its a bit long but nice information on this lens.

• gottaloveit2 5 years ago

Wow! Now, THIS is some lens! I'm not sure there's another thing to add to this very comprehensive learning lens. So very well done. You're my hero!

• TheGreenHornet 5 years ago

frogs are awesome. When I learned that bullfrogs eat small mammals like mice I was hooked forever.

• traveller27 5 years ago

Beautiful lens - blessed by a travelling angel.

• ProfDrJuan 5 years ago

Very in-dept &amp; comprehensive indeed.. Creative Frog lens!

• h2ofs1 5 years ago

Frogs do make it fun, great lens :)

• krakensquid 5 years ago

Fantastic lens, a very fun read!

• Ram Ramakrishnan 5 years ago

Great way to learn. Enjoyable lens.

• baby-strollers 5 years ago

Actually we have a little pond around the corner - probably has frogs in it - have to look with the kids in the spring

• Edutopia 5 years ago

Interesting lens and great teaching resource. I might just "borrow" a few ideas from here to fill out the winter camp I'm teaching this break.

• mistyblue75605 lm 5 years ago

Awesome amount of information you have available here! Thank you so much for sharing!

• mistyblue75605 lm 5 years ago

Simply amazing!

• thebestmousetrap 5 years ago

That was with out a doubt the longest lens I have ever seen.. How long did that take?

• Barbara Radisavljevic 5 years ago from Templeton, CA

Amazing Evelyn! Just Amazing. I can see why this has so many visitors. It's grown quite a bit since I was last here.

• GGGMarketing 5 years ago

My girlfriend is a frog lover and I came across your lens while looking for some frog stuff to buy for her from Christmas. I must say.. you have a great squidoo lens. I am a lensmaster also but don't have anything like this one. Great work! Also I bought the frog ring for her. She is going to love it. Thanks for adding a great lens to the squidoo community.

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• TheBaseballCoach 5 years ago

A wonderful lens

• anonymous 5 years ago

Gotta' bless it once again, this is fantastic!

• Jeimuzu-san 5 years ago

Wow, there's really quite a lot of information here, I love frogs, so will be bookmarking and coming back for a re-read :D

• Jeimuzu-san 5 years ago

Wow, there's really quite a lot of information here, I love frogs, so will be bookmarking and coming back for a re-read :D

• pajnhiaj 5 years ago

wow, i love this site. My daughter is crazy in love with frogs!

• anonymous 5 years ago

Great lens - well done.

• MobileAppMan 5 years ago

I use Kermit the Frog to teach my kids that Muppets are funny.

Nice lens.

• sheezie77 5 years ago

Interesting Lens! Keep up the good work!

• WaynesWorld LM 5 years ago

I eat them, they're a renewable resource.

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Actually I tried frog legs once, Spencer, Iowa is not the best place to try frog legs.

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There is a breed of crocodile that was thought to be becoming extinct so a group started a reserve for them. Turns out if you feed them right, they breed like mice, they just needed a little help. I am sure most frog breeds are similar, give them the right environment and they too will thrive.

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We moved to a neighborhood that had Colorado River Toads, you would only see them when it rained, they are huge. A co-worker raised Akita dog breeds, they would chew on these toads and the toads excreted a hallucinogenic toxin that would make the dogs sick. They would get better and the next time you would think they would avoid the toads but either they forgot or worse... they liked it.

• shoefiend 5 years ago

I love this post frogs are always my fav

• nelsonkana 5 years ago

Nice lens here. Am new to squidoo and am exploring the best articles.

• pearltower 5 years ago

Great lens dear fellow Squidooer. I've leartned lots about frogs now.

• Rebeljohn 5 years ago

very nice lens

• TheHealthCabin 5 years ago

Great lens, Thank you.

• Hireaspdevelope1 5 years ago

Great lens

• kathysart 5 years ago

came back to bless this lens.. yay