Read some classic amphibian books while learning about frogs in this free frogs study with lapbook printables.
You will learn about their life cycle, anatomy, habitat, and more.
Here are the resources used in the Frogs Lapbook:
Frog Lapbook Activities:
Use the two frog non-fiction books and resource site to help you fill in the lapbook booklets.
- Frog vocabulary – In the tabbed book, write the vocabulary words on the outside of the tabs. Lift the flaps and write the definitions. gills, webbed, metamorphosis, amphibian, vertebrate, secretion, gland, camouflage
- Life cycle of a frog – Complete the wheel book by drawing the frog’s life cycle.
- Frog’s anatomy – Using the word bank, label the frog’s parts.
- Scientific classification – What is the classification of a frog? Describe why they fit into this class?
- Frog’s habitat – What kind of habitats can you find frogs? Do they all live in water?
- Diet of a frog – What does the frog eat?
- A frog’s predators – List the predators and hazards of the frog.
- Frog defenses – How does the frog keep itself safe? What are its special defenses?
- Species of frogs – How many species of frog are there? Are there any that have a unique quality?
- Frogs vs. toads – VENN Diagram to show the differences and similarities of frogs and toads.
If possible, find some frogs in the wild or at a zoo or nature center. If you are unable to visit frogs in person, watch some youtube videos of frogs.
Download the free printable templates for the Frogs lapbook.