Add this free, fun frog color by number printable pack to your frog life cycle lesson plans! Learn about the life cycle of frogs and add a bit of math with these fun color by number worksheets! This is such a fun activity to do in the spring . Find out some fun facts about frogs and the stages of a frog life cycle. Pair it with these spring science activities for more in depth learning too!
Explore The Frog Life Cycle For Spring
Spring is the perfect time of year for science! There are so many fun themes to explore. For this time of the year, our favorite topics to teach kids about spring include weather and rainbows, geology, Earth Day plants and frogs!
Learning about the life cycle of frogs is such a great lesson for the spring season! It’s the perfect activity to incorporate into learning about pond life, and amphibians! Science with frogs can be so hands-on and kids love it!
Why not combine this activity with our printable pond life playdough mats and some homemade playdough?
Life Cycle of a Frog
Also learn about the life cycle of a honey bee!
A frog goes through several stages of growth to become mature. From the egg, to tadpole, to froglet to adult frog, learn more about each stage.
The life cycle of a frog starts with an adult female frog laying hundreds of eggs in a pool of water in the early spring. This clump of eggs is known as frog spawn.
After 1 to 3 weeks tiny tadpoles hatch from the eggs. Tadpoles are the larval stage of a frogs life cycle.
The tadpoles continue to grow and mature in the pool of water and breath through gills, have a mouth and a tail for swimming. During the first couple of weeks the tadpoles eat the egg yolks. After that they swim around eating plant material.
Over the next 14 weeks, the tadpoles change into frogs. They grow back legs, then front legs and start to look more like frogs as their tail becomes shorter and shorter.
They also develop lungs and eardrums. Once their gills and tails are completely gone they move to live on land and are tiny adult frogs.
Adult frogs live on land, usually in the shade of trees and plants. Adult frogs stay near water so they don’t dry out. They eat small insects and continue to grow. The following spring the adult females will look for a body of water to lay eggs and continue the life cycle.
Frog Life Cycle Color by Number Worksheets
This free printable pack includes seven different color by number worksheets about the life cycle of frogs. From egg to adult frog, all the stages of the frog life cycle are represented in these fun coloring pages!
Use the worksheets from this pack (free download below) for additional learning about the life cycle of frog. Students will use their artistic skills to color in these printable pages.
Free Frog Life Cycle Color By Number Pack
More Fun Spring Activities
When you finish these frog color by number worksheets, here are few suggestions for easy spring theme activities to do in the classroom or at home.
- Build an insect hotel
- In the Pond Playdough Mats
- Explore the life cycle of the amazing ladybug
- Try plant life cycle color by number
- Create a fun bumble bee craft
- Make a tissue paper butterfly craft
- Make an edible butterfly life cycle
- Enjoy a spring garden sensory bin
- Make playdough bugs with printable playdough mats.
More Color By Number Printables
Love color by number worksheets for those early finishers, or just as a fun activity to add to a lesson? Here are a few more for you…
- Spring Color By Number
- Ocean Animals Color By Number
- Space Color By Number
- Dinosaur Color By Number
- Pi Day Color By Number
- Plant Life Cycle Color By Number
- Animal Habitat Color By Number
- Chinese Zodiac Animals Color By Number
- Diwali Color By Number
- Kwanzaa Color By Number
- Christmas Color By Number
- Christmas Around the World Color By Number
- Hanukkah Color By Number
- Turkey in Disguise Color By Number
Printable Spring Activities Pack
If you’re looking to grab all of the printables in one convenient place plus exclusives with a spring theme, our 300+ page Spring STEM Project Pack is what you need!
Weather, geology, plants, life cycles, and more!