Are you looking for some fun spring activities for your preschoolers? If so, these frog-themed activities are a must!
This frog theme is full of hands-on activities to help your young learners practice important math, literacy, and fine motor skills.
These activities are designed for kids ages 3-6, but they can be used with older children who need a little extra practice.
Match the frog with a letter on its belly to the lily pad with a picture that starts with that sound.
Children will match two colored frogs to the same colored lily pad.
Read the color words on each frog and match the frog to the same colored lily pad.
Count and Build
Identify each number, and build a tower of snap cubes with the same amount of blocks.
Count and Clip Cards
Count the hearts in each ten frame and clip the correct number.
Life Cycle of a Frog
Cut out the pictures at the bottom of the page and glue them in order to sequence the life cycle of a frog.
Print the pages. Follow the instructions on each page to complete the activities.
Match the frogs and the lily pad that are the same shape.
Identify the letter on each frog sign. Then, trace it on the letter mat.