My kids have been obsessed with learning about the life cycle of a frog. We have read lots of books about frogs and even tried to find a way to raise our own tadpoles. That didn’t work out so we decided to create our own small world Frog Life Cycle Sensory Bin!
The kids love it and have been having a blast playing with the frogspawn, tadpoles, and frogs!
To make the sensory bin we searched to see what we could find around the house for our frog pond.
Here’s what we came up with…
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1. Water beads for the frogspawn
3. Foam cut out into plant shapes for the pond section
4. Plastic frogs and fake plants and rocks
5. Tree stump blocks (that we collected when we got our Christmas tree) for the logs
The kids set it up themselves in our water table. They set up a water section for the frogspawn and tadpoles…
and a dry land section where the frogs lived!
I loved to see how much about the frog life cycle they remembered from our library books! As soon as they saw some of the colored frogs they exclaimed they were poisonous.
They have spent hours playing together with the frog life cycle small world sensory bin.
I’d definitely recommend making one, especially if you can’t find tadpoles in your area!
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