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From Polliwog to FrogAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners discover how frogs' bodies change while growing from a tadpole to a frog. Learners create a simple craft that gives a visual display of the metamorphosis process.
Metamorphosis MatchingAdd to list Details
This is an activity where learners will compare the different metamorphosis stages of amphibians.
Amphibian SkinAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners explore the concept of permeability to better understand why amphibians are extremely sensitive to pollution.
Dress Like a FrogAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will discover what it takes to be a frog. By dressing up like one, learners can visualize how each part of the frog plays an important role in surviving its habitat.
Statistics: Creature Features
In this math activity, learners collect, organize, and analyze a set of data related to types of animals in the temperate forest.
Frog EggsAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners compare frog eggs to chicken eggs to better understand why frog eggs need water. Learners compare a boiled chicken egg to "frog eggs" represented by boiled tapioca.
2-Liter LandfillAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners gain a better understanding of how household/school waste breaks down in a landfill. Learners collect trash and then create miniature landfills in 2-liter bottles.
Frog OlympicsAdd to list Details
Did you know that a bullfrog can jump a distance of 10 times its body length? Learn more about nature's most acrobatic amphibian, the frog, through this set of short, hands-on activities.
Monitoring AmphibiansAdd to list Details
In this field study, learners discover how to collect data in the field and how their efforts can help certain animals, specifically, amphibians.
Creating a Local Field Guide
In this activity, learners survey living organisms near where they live or go to school, and create a local field guide.
Soak It Up: Understanding Amphibian PermeabilityAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will discover how the thin layers of amphibians' skin allow water and other chemicals to pass through it.
North American Endangered Amphibians Card GameAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners can play two card games related to endangered species, specifically North American amphibians.