National Wildlife Federation: Call of the Wild

Here’s a way for your kids to become familiar with the sounds some amphibians make and learn why they make them. They’ll also get a chance to hear (and maybe even see) some singing frogs in action.

Goals:
1. For K-2, to understand the frog has 3 main stages in its life cycle—eggs, tadpoles, and frogs.
2. For 3-4, to understand the frog has 5 stages of development—eggs, tadpoles, tadpoles with legs, froglet and adult frog.

Objectives:
• Students will name each stage of a frog’s life cycle and give one defining characteristic.
• Students will listen to frog calls and be able to identify the sounds as coming from frogs.

Grade Level: K-4
Subject Areas: science and music

Time to Complete: 40 minutes, with 30-45 minutes for night observation


Science Topics
Zoology
Animals
Frogs, Toads, & Salamanders
K-6, Educator
Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade
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