In addition to the lapbook, the girls also did the following activities:
Both of the girls also made frog lacing cards, which can be found here.
these cards. I put the same numbers on clothes pins. Arin matched them to the cards. Then we practiced saying the numbers in order.
here. This was a bit advanced for her, but too easy for Arin.
plastic frogs to each lilly pad.
Arin and I played a game called Splat the Frog (found here). She loved this game. It kept her giggling the whole time we played! We divided the cards between us, then each flipped a card over at the same time (like you would if you were playing War). We kept flipping cards over until a frog was turned face-up. The first person to slap the frog card got to keep all the cards. The person with all of the cards at the end of the game was the winner.
We also read several frog books (mostly fiction).