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Feed The Frog Kids Activity

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Feed The Frog Kids Activity to promote hand-eye coordination and fine motor control while learning about what these amphibians eat.

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Frogs are truly generalist predators — they’ll eat flies, spiders, grasshoppers, butterflies, dragonflies, and just about anything else that fits in their mouth. 

*This is a digital download* 

Feed The Frog Kids Activity includes 2 PAGES:

  • a smaller frog and its prey
  • a larger frog that you can secure to a shoebox (cut an opening for the mouth on the printable and on the box)

 

FEED THE FROG KIDS ACTIVITY PRINTABLE

FEED THE FROG KIDS ACTIVITY PRINTABLE

INSTRUCTIONS: Print on 8.5 x 11″ letter size paper. (Optional, but suggested: laminate the page for durability.) Cut out the frog’s mouth opening along the white dotted lines. Then, cut out each pray. Offer a child to ‘feed’ the frog its prey by practicing pincer grip or while feeding with tongs. Optional: count each prey aloud as the child places it inside the frog’s mouth. 

 

 

AGE 3 YR+ ⚠️Always supervise your child! Small items are choking hazards!

 

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My materials are created with high-quality clip arts and are thoughtfully designed from the heart. 

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My materials are for educational purposes only, so please use common sense when implementing my lessons since I can not be held liable for anything that transpires should you follow any of my suggestions or tutorials. Always supervise your children while they are learning through play, especially with little ones as small items might be a choking hazard.

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M
M.W.

My 4 and 2 year old loved it. I was really surprised how long they spent with it. We started using our set of plastic bugs but they expanded it to alphabet magnets and counters and anything else they could fit through its mouth. They said the other things were “bug flavored cookies”

M
M.C.
Feed the frogs

Love how vibrant these are

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G.
Feed the frog

My toddlers loved!!! This activity. It’s great for eye hand coordination and language
Thank you for sharing

C
C.K.
Excellent

my 2yr.old daughter love the activity. Thank you

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A.O.
Great resource

High quality and fun! Thank you so much!

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