We had a "Leapfroggin’ game to play. We had to roll the dice to jump our frogs to the pond.
Our sensory tub was filled with frogs and logs for us to play with.
and found out that frogs have long and sticky tongues to catch flying bugs. We used party blowers for our “frog tongues”. We had all kinds of bugs to catch, but we didn’t really eat them!
We read, Jump, Frog, Jump!
Lily pads were set up around the room so that we could jump like frogs.
At the easel, we used frog footprint stamps for printing...
We not only sang this song, we acted it out-
The slide was our log and we were the frogs...
Five Green and speckled frogs,
Sitting on a hollow log,
Eating some most delicious bugs,
One frog jumped in the pool,
Where it was nice and cool,
Now there are only four
Four Green and speckled frogs...Three...Two...One...
Using bingo markers in a variety of colors, we made speckled frogs of our own.
Our trip to Hudson Gardens was a success when it came to finding frogs. We saw quite a few and loved walking around the ponds and gardens, exploring.