Use the follow frog information as an independent study, family learning project or as a jumping off point for a longer frog study. If you like this project page, please share the link with others. Thank you!
How does a frog hop? (How do their leg muscles work?)
Why do some frogs jump higher than others?
Can any frogs stay in water as an adult?
Are any frogs scavengers? (What do they eat?)
How many different kinds of frogs are there?
How many kinds of poisonous frogs are there? Why are they poisonous? Can anything eat them and live? How do Aboriginal tribes use poisonous frogs?
Do all frogs bleed red?
What kind of myths surround frogs?
Where did the word ‘frog’ originate from?
All About Frogs: Frogland! – Site offers a lot of information including: News, a blog, pet frog info, how to say frog in different languages, fables, and much more.
Wikipedia: Frogs – Site offers a lot of information about frogs including: Etymology and taxonomy, evolution, morphology and physiology, locomotion, life history, defence, distribution and conservation status, uses and cultural beliefs
AMNH: Exhibits: Frogs: A Chorus of Colors – American Museum of Natural History provides an online exhibit about frogs including: The Amazing Adaptable Frog, Featured Frog Species, Poison Dart Frog Vivarium, Reproduction, A Frog’s Life, Frogs and the Ecosystem, Frog Research at the Museum, Meet the Curator, Frog Sounds, Frog Fun Facts
Enchanted Learning: Frogs–Information, crafts and printables related to frogs. Some activities my require a membership to print.
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency: Frogs! – This site offers a kid-friendly section with frog sounds, coloring pages and facts. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resourcesoffers a lot of information about frogs and toads.
Franklin Institute: Amphibians–Information about amphibians.
HowStuffWorks: Frogs– Answers the questions: Are All Frogs Green?, Are All Frog Feet the Same?, Where in the World Do Frogs and Other Amphibians Live?, Why Are Frogs So Cold?, Are Some Frogs Poisonous? This site also has a section about How Frogs Work.
KidZone: Species of Frogs – Includes: Darwin’s Frog, Goliath Frog, Northern Leopard Frog, Ornate Horned Frog, Poison Dart Frog and Tree Frogs
Pawnation: Types Of Underwater Frogs – Site offers information about frogs that live in water in their adult stage of life. The Congo Dwarf Clawed Frog, Western Dwarf Clawed Frog, African Clawed Frog, Western Clawed Frog.
FishChannel.com: Choosing an Aquatic Frog – Article offers helpful information about purchasing an aquatic frog as a pet.
Make Learning Fun: Frog Printables– Crafts, coloring pages, literacy ideas, math ideas, science ideas, printables and more.
Artists Helping Children:Frog and Toad Crafts– Site offers a variety of frog and toad related crafts.
Kid’s Zone: Frogs – This site offers a whole project based on frogs. Frog related activities that reach across the curriculum and many are printable. There is a section for frog facts and photos.
Etheme: Frogs & Toads– Links to other frog and/or toad related sites.
Burke Museum: Frog Questions– Site offers 16 questions and answers about frogs. Here are a few of the questions: What is the difference between frogs and toads?, Do frogs breathe when they are hibernating?, Do frogs sleep?, How do frogs hear?, Do frogs drink water? and others.
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