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Frogs, 

Amphibians

and their

Threatened
1 Environment

Discovery and Expression
Through Art K-3

Susan Newman

founder,...
Frogs and amphibians come in a variety 01‘

sizes,  shapes and colors and are the delight
of artists and photographers wor...
They have three classifications: 

A Caecilians (Apoda). 
There are around 199 living species. 

~» Nevvts and salamanders...
Frogs are amphibians, 
which means that most
live both in the water

and on land.
Frogs can see nearly all the way around —
(360 degrees) without the ability
to turn their heads.
Male frogs call to

attract female frogs. 

Photos © Devin Edmonds
Frogs,  Amphibians
and their Threatened
Environment

K-3 Teaching Curriculum
Now available! 

0164 pages

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Frogs, Amphibians and their Threatened Environment - Discovery and Expression Through Art - K-3 Curriculum

Frogs, Amphibians and their Threatened Environment - Discovery and Expression Through Art - K-3 Teaching Curriculum by Susan Newman, founder, Frogs Are Green

Children in K-3 are introduced to frogs, amphibians and the world that surrounds them. By learning about the Earth’s environment and wildlife and having an understanding of the eco-system, they can creatively express themselves through art and share with others how everyone can help the earth by being eco-friendly. Students will be introduced to photographers and artists, both classical and current, who focus on nature and wildlife.

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Frogs, Amphibians and their Threatened Environment - Discovery and Expression Through Art - K-3 Curriculum

  1. 1. Frogs, Amphibians and their Threatened 1 Environment Discovery and Expression Through Art K-3 Susan Newman founder, Frogs Are Green
  2. 2. Frogs and amphibians come in a variety 01‘ sizes, shapes and colors and are the delight of artists and photographers worldwide. They have a friendly look, which easily engages children to mimic the way they hop and sound. By introducing children to learning more about them through discovery and creativity, they are more likely to retain the concepts and share those concepts with others. Amphibians (approximately 7,205 species) are the oldest class of land-living vertebrates. (They were on the Earth before the dinosaurs! ) Photos © Devin Edmond:
  3. 3. They have three classifications: A Caecilians (Apoda). There are around 199 living species. ~» Nevvts and salamanders (Urodela). There are about 658 species. -« Frogs and toads (Anura). There are around 6,348 different species.
  4. 4. Frogs are amphibians, which means that most live both in the water and on land.
  5. 5. Frogs can see nearly all the way around — (360 degrees) without the ability to turn their heads.
  6. 6. Male frogs call to attract female frogs. Photos © Devin Edmonds
  7. 7. Frogs, Amphibians and their Threatened Environment K-3 Teaching Curriculum Now available! 0164 pages 0 More than 75 amazing images Frogs Are Green . org

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