This page includes links to resources to go along with my Tree Frog Unit. Find the Tree Frog Unit and other nature-based STEM units in my Shop!
1.) Fold a jumping frog video tutorial
2.) Tree frog research project reference websites
- If you live in the U.S., your state parks and wildlife website is a great place to start. I’ve put together a list of state websites for you here.
- The Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute website has info on amphibian species, including some common tree frogs.
- Amphibia Web is a great frog resource for older students.
- Amphibian species of the world, from the American Natural History Museum.
3.) Learn more about tree frogs (external links)
- Listen to Sound Recordings of various frog species, from the Smithsonian.
- Great background info on tree frogs, from the National Wildlife Federation.
- North Carolina Zoo’s jumping activity – a great way to build even further upon the math activities from the Tree Frog unit.
- An article about tree frog biomimicry and tire tread!
4.) More from Wild Earth Lab
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