One of my classrooms has been learning about the life cycles recently. They're learning about caterpillars and butterflies, eggs and chicks, and tadpoles and frogs. So, when I found this adorable clip art from Kari Bolt on TPT, I knew I had to create something for them!
By the way, they actually have a real tadpole in their classroom!
I decided to create a simple book outlining the Life Cycle of a Frog. This is a full-color 6 page (full pages) book that describes the sequence of a Frog's Life Cycle:
Here's what the title page looks like:
So the kids would be able to have something to take home and share what they are learning with their families, I also created a mini-booklet. This mini-booklet is identical to the large one, but on half-pages and in black and white. This makes it easier for you to photocopy! Also, I set up the pages so that you could make one cut, staple, and go (no sorting the pages!):
|Cut w/ my handy-dandy paper slicer!|
Here's a sample page from the mini-booklet:
You can download this freebie HERE. Please leave me a comment or feedback if you do! Do you teach life cycles with your students? What's your favorite life cycle to teach?