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Looking for frog-themed lesson plans for your class? You are in the right place! 🙂 I crafted a complete lesson pack for all elementary grade-levels! Not only am I passionate about frogs, but I also have what it takes to teach about them!

  • 42 Lesson Plans
  • 40 Supporting Videos
  • +50 Engaging Activities
  • +50 Supporting Documents
    • Printables & Posters
    • Worksheets & Quizzes
  • +100 Pages of Detailed Teacher’s Notes
  • Many Themes Including
    • Life & Natural Sciences
    • Population & Ecosystems
    • Adaptations of Organisms
    • Ecology & Conservation
    • Environmental Studies
    • And Much More!

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Why Download My Lesson Pack?

I strongly believe you need this lesson pack to save copious amounts of time while providing your class an engaging learning experience:

Me filming a toad in the wild
  • I know what it’s like and how time consuming it can be to lesson prep because I taught 150 students at all grade levels of elementary. This lesson pack is here to save you time.
  • I know how to make compelling and engaging educational content since have other experience teaching, as well as teaching on YouTube and running websites for 6 years now. This lesson pack can help make your student’s learning experience more engaging and fun!
  • As for frogs, I wrote and edited over 250 highly-researched articles on this blog dedicated to amphibians – so I know what I’m talking about 🙂

I wanted to make the best resources possible for teachers, and I am confident this is it! It is my pleasure to share my passion for frogs in a well-organized, adapted pedagogical resources for teachers, educators, and home-schooling parents alike! 🙂

Topics Covered in The Lesson Package

Many of the lessons in this package could fit under one or more of the following types of education content standards:

  • Life & Natural Sciences
  • Population & Ecosystems
  • Diversity & Adaptations of Organisms
  • Regulation & Behavior
  • Evolution & Equilibrium
  • Resources & Environment
  • Creation & Expression
  • Earth Science
  • Ecology & Conservation
  • Environmental Studies
  • Art
Lesson #CategoryMain FocusGrade (US)Age
1Life CycleMetamorphosis: Introduction to Frog Life Cycle1 – 26 – 8
2Life CycleTadpoles: What Are Tadpoles?1 – 26 – 8
3Life CycleFrog Life Cycle: How Frogs Transform1 – 26 – 8
4Life CycleFrogelts: What Are Froglets?1 – 36 – 9
5Life CycleGills: How Frogs Breathe & Become Able to Live on Land1 – 36 – 9
6Life CycleAdult Frogs: Last Life Cycle Stage1 – 36 – 9
7AmphibianAmphibian: Frog Classification & Meaning1 – 36 – 9
8AmphibianCold Blooded: What This Means For Frogs1 – 36 – 9
9AmphibianAmphibians vs Reptiles: Differences, Similarities & More1 – 36 – 9
10EatWhat Frogs Eat: Introduction to Changes Based on Life Cycle Stage1 – 36 – 9
11EatHerbivore: What Frogs Eat as Tadpoles Without Legs1 – 36 – 9
12EatOmnivore: What Frogs Eat as Tadpoles With Legs1 – 36 – 9
13EatCarnivore: What Frogs Eat as Froglets & Adults1 – 36 – 9
14Types of FrogsAquatic Frogs: Everything About Aquatic Frogs3 – 48 – 10
15Types of FrogsToad vs Frog: Everything About Toads3 – 48 – 10
16Types of FrogsTree Frogs: Everything About Tree Frogs3 – 48 – 10
17HabitatHabitat & Environmental Issues3 – 48 – 10
18HabitatHibernation & Brumation: How Frogs Survive Winter3 – 48 – 10
19HabitatEstivation: How Frogs Survive Hot Summers [Desert]3 – 48 – 10
20MythsMyths: Myth or Truth: Warts, Kissing Frogs And More3 – 48 – 10
21MythsColors: What Color Frogs Are & Identifying False Information Online3 – 48 – 10
22SkinSkin: Why Touching Frogs is a Bad Idea & How to Interact With Them3 – 48 – 10
23SkinBreathing: How Frogs Breathe & Water Quality Impact3 – 48 – 10
24SkinDrinking: How Frogs Drink3 – 48 – 10
25Food ChainPredators & Food Chains: What Eats Frogs & Impacts3 – 48 – 10
26Food ChainSelf-Defense: How Frogs Defend Themselves3 – 48 – 10
27EnvironmentImportance: Why Frogs Are Important3 – 48 – 10
28EnvironmentBioindicators: Why Frogs Are Bioindicators4 – 59 – 11
29EnvironmentEndangered Species: Endangered Frog Species (in Your Location)4 – 59 – 11
30EnvironmentConservation: How to Help With Frog Conservation4 – 59 – 11
31EnvironmentIdentification: How to Identify Frogs4 – 59 – 11
32EnvironmentInvasive Species: How This Happens & Related Issues 4 – 59 – 11
33MythologyMythology: How Frogs Are Perceived in Different Cultures4 – 59 – 11
34ReproductionReproduction: How Frogs Reproduce5 – 610 – 12
35ReproductionSounds/Calls: Why Frogs Make Calls & Sounds5 – 610 – 12
36ReproductionLocation: Where Frogs Reproduce5 – 610 – 12
37ReproductionGender: Frog Genders Including Intersex5 – 610 – 12
38ReproductionEggs: How Frogs Lay Eggs [Zygote Fertilization]5 – 610 – 12
39ReproductionParental Care: How Frogs Care For Their Young5 – 610 – 12
40FrogsLetter Tracing: Includes ActivitiesJK – K4 – 5
41FrogsTypes of Frogs: Includes ActivitiesJK – K4 – 5
42FrogsColors: Includes ActivitiesJK – K4 – 5

Sample Lesson Content

Above is a sample lesson video. This is just one among 40 videos included in the frog lesson pack.

There are over 50 supporting documents included in the lesson pack including printables, posters and worksheets.

More samples and the complete lesson plan in the Download Now section above.

How This Works

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The lessons are contained in a protected .pdf document made as a support for teachers, and the downloads includes a .zip (folder) consisting of .jpeg (images) including the posters, worksheets, quizzes and more. The videos are embedded in the lesson plans from YouTube to save space.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to questions you may have about me and these lesson plans. Feel free to reach out if you still have questions after reading this section:

  • What is your educational background? There weren’t many straight lines in my education. It began as a young child in English-speaking Canada, moved to France when I was in my early teens, and ended with a Bachelor of Law, and a Masters of Arts in Teaching [MAT – French equivalent] with a specialization in language didactics. After being immersed in a foreign culture and language at such a young age, I am very sensitive to the value of hands-on learning, as well as foreign language learner needs.

  • What is your teaching experience? I taught French (immersion) to 150 students at all grade levels of elementary. It was a great pleasure to have the chance to work with each student in the school at all levels from JK to Grade 6 (ages 4 to 12). I also taught groups of children English while in France even before my career started; as well as English to adults in higher education (one-on-one and in class-settings) when I returned to Canada. I also assisted large groups of young adults (18 to 28) in their learning French during a 5 week immersion program for five consecutive Summers. I have also been teaching on YouTube for 6 years now.

  • How do you know so much about frogs? Toads roamed our yard as a child, and I made it a safe place for them to thrive so I could observe them in their natural habitats. I have written over 250 articles about frogs based on this blog. I have been in internet marketing for many years now and my research skills and ability to read complex academic articles (from completing a Bachelor’s in Law) made it easy for me to synthesize complex notions from scientific research papers on frogs, into easy to understand blog posts and YouTube videos.

  • How are the lessons organized? Each lesson focuses on one core concept, or one topic at a time so the students can leave your classroom having learned one main thing for targeted attention and knowledge acquisition. The lessons build upon each other leaving time to reiterate and repeat what was previously learned while still focusing on one learning point per period (of 30 to 45 minutes). If the pace is too slow or fast, there is room to remove or add content thanks to the teachers notes and further learning resources included. Although the lessons are organized per approximate, general age group, they can easily be adapted to any learner level.

  • What teaching methodology did you follow? From a theoretical viewpoint and a practical implementation throughout my life, I believe in the action approach to teaching which stipulates putting the learner at the center of their learning experience, notably through doing, helps develop their intrinsic motivation to learn and grounds their knowledge acquisition. However, we all know it can be very difficult to implement the action approach in schools where a strict in-class curriculum is expected to be met, and where an active classroom is considered a “noisy zoo”, not an active learning environment. So I built the lessons with both a traditional in-class, sit-down approach to learning as well as a get-outside, action approach to knowledge acquisition. Some teachers will have an easier time implementing either strategy, or both in tandem (ideally). Keep in mind I am against top-down teaching, or a “here is what you need to know, now memorize it” approach – it’s not an engaging way to learn in my opinion.

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  • What curriculum are these lessons made for? The content of these lesson plans do not follow a specific curriculum and are not made for any specific geographic location, and this is on purpose. I made these lesson plans with an international audience in mind, knowing that teachers generally adapt what they find online to their curriculum requirements, and their own students’ learning pace and needs. That being said, many of the lessons in this package could fit under one or more of the following types of education content standards:
  • Life & Natural Sciences
  • Population & Ecosystems
  • Diversity & Adaptations of Organisms
  • Regulation & Behavior
  • Evolution & Equilibrium
  • Resources & Environment
  • Creation & Expression
  • Earth Science
  • Ecology & Conservation
  • Environmental Studies
  • Art

Therefore, please feel free to use this content as a very advanced springboard and to adapt it to your children’s learning pace, as well as the curriculum requirements you are under in your jurisdiction.

  • Can I extract or modify the images in the package? The photos used in these lesson plans were downloaded under license from Envato Elements and available for your use under a limited sublicense, and only in the form of the end product as you received them. You are not permitted to extract, modify, or use these images for other purposes. If you wish to do so, you must acquire your own license for each individual image from Envato Elements. Please note this is general guidance only and is not legally binding – if you are unsure about how you can use the images, you may want to consider getting legal advice. Read Envato’s complete license terms for more information.

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  • What is the format of the lesson pack? The lessons are contained in a protected .pdf document made as a support for teachers, and the downloads includes a .zip (folder) consisting of printable .jpeg (images) including the posters, worksheets, quizzes and more. Videos are embedded from YouTube to save space.

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  • Do you offer customer support? I do not guarantee customer support will be offered for digital products other than ensuring you receive your complete order if a purchase is made from our online store. For example, I will help to ensure you receive your downloaded files, and I am open to all constructive feedback. But I reserve the right not to reply to questions outside of that scope.

  • Do you offer refunds? Due to the nature of this product being a digital download, no refunds are accepted. I will help make sure you receive what you ordered, but beyond that, all sales are final and no refunds will be accepted under any circumstances.

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