Free Montessori 3-Part Cards: Amphibians, Frog Life Cycle Notebook (and lapbook) Page

This is definitely the perfect time of year to study frogs, toads, and salamanders!  I made some Montessori 3-Part Cards with some of the common amphibians of the northeast.  This would be a perfect addition to the free Frog Lapbook over at Homeschool Share!

You can download these Montessori 3-part cards by clicking on the link below. These are currently free to download! I would love it if you could help spread the word! :) ~Liesl

Amphibians-Montessori 3 Part Cards and Frog Life Cycle Lapbook Page


There is also a lapbook piece for the Life Cycle of frogs (or a notebook page if you prefer something larger.

FrogLifeCycleLapbookIf you found these useful, I’d love to hear from you either here or over at our Homeschool Den Facebook Page! ~Liesl

You might be interested in these related posts:

Montessori3PartCards-WorldAnimalsButterfly and Insect Lapbook


  • World Biomes Pin Map — This is perfect when you are studying the biomes — savannah, grasslands, tundra, deserts, etc.:



Recently, we did a new Animal Unit.  We went into more depth about the characteristics of the 5 animal groups (plus covered the classification of invertebrates, animal tracks, domesticated vs. wild animals and other things. See more below:

Vertebrate-Animal-Groups-Worksheets And here is the animal characteristics checklist. We had amazing discussions about this because of all the exceptions (the sheet on the right):

Types-of-Animals-Worksheets-Animal-Characteristics-WorksheetsWhat am I? – 5 Animal Group Worksheets


Animal Packet: Vertebrate-Invertebrate Packet, 30+ Page Packet: My daughter is now in Grade 2 and we are doing a new unit on the types of animals and on the Biosphere (more about that below).  I made a new set of materials for her which we did in December 2015.  It covers the 5 types of vertebrates and goes over the main characteristic of each vertebrate group: mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish. It also covers many of the invertebrate groups starting with the differences between insects and spiders. Then going into more detail about some of the other invertebrate groups: crustaceans, mollusks, echinoderms, porifera, and others.  Plus, it has a huge section on animal tracks (fun to do in the winter!) and has a bit about food webs, though we’ll really go into depth about that in our unit on the biosphere which we’ll do immediately following this unit.

The Animal Unit: Vertebrate-Invertebrate Packet is well over 30 pages. This is now available for purchase. It is $4.00.

You can find out more about it at this post (which shows in more detail what is included): Animal Unit: Types of Animals Worksheet Packet (30+ Pages) or you can purchase it below:

Once you pay for this packet, you will immediately receive a link to download this file (which will open in a browser window).  You will also receive an email from Sendowl (the service I use), which will have a link you can click on to download the Animal Unit.  (It will say, “You can download your digital products…” with a clickable link.)  Of course, if you have any issues just email me at — liesl at homeschoolden dot com.  You can also reach me by using the contact form on the blog or can reach me over at our Homeschool Den Facebook Page.

Animal Unit: Vertebrate-Invertebrate, Animal Tracks Packet



My daughter sure had fun with this unit!!

You might also be interested in our World Animal Cards: I made sets of animal cards for each of the continent.


You might also be interested in our Dinosaur Packet for Ages 3-7

 60+ Page Dinosaur Packet

  • Montessori 3-Part Dinosaur Cards
  • Dinosaur Lapbook
  • Letter Recognition Activities
  • Number Activities and Games
  • Dinosaur Game Board
  • Fast Fact Information Cards
  • Dinosaur Writing Cards
  • Math Games
  • Bingo Cards and more!


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2 Responses

  1. Mickelle says:

    Thanks, Liesl! We’re currently living in Costa Rica, and we have “Toad Alley” jumping through our outdoor living space every night. Now that I’ve seen this unit, I think they’re Fowler’s Toads. We have to clean up their poop every morning. Gross! I’m going to show this to the kids tomorrow and see if they’d like to do a unit on Amphibians.

    • homeschooldenadmin says:

      I’m so glad you can use these cards. We have a lot of frogs and toads on our property, but luckily they generally stay away from the house. Since they are so active at night, the only time we have to be careful is when we’re driving down the driveway. I try *really* hard not to squish any as we drive in. Ugh! ~Liesl

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