What are some interesting facts about frogs for kids?
Frog Facts for Kids
- They are amphibians.
- They typically lay their eggs in the water.
- A group of eggs is called a frogspawn.
- The eggs hatch into tadpoles.
- A group of frogs is called an army.
- Tadpoles have no lungs, they have gills.
- They grow lungs before they mature into a frog.
What is special about the red eyed tree frog?
Red-eyed tree frogs are able to camouflage themselves to an extent, but giant red eyes and stunning blue and yellow colors on their sides makes them stick out. If the frog is threatened by a predator, they use their dazzling colors as a way to disorient and startle their would-be foe.
How long does a red eyed tree frog live?
Red-Eyed Tree Frog Fact Sheet
|Size:||Males are between 1.6 – 2.5 in. long Females are between 2.2 – 2.9 in. long|
|Life Span:||5 years|
How big is the body of a glass frog?
Size of glass frogs depends on the species. Smaller species are usually 0.78 inches long. Larger species can reach 3 inches in length. Body of glass frog is usually bright green or olive green in color.
What kind of worksheets can I use to learn about frogs?
Frog Worksheets. This bundle contains 9 ready-to-use Frog Worksheets that are perfect for students who want to learn more about Frogs which are tailless amphibian that differ from reptiles because they don’t have scales. They can be found on every continent except for Antarctica and all toads are also actually frogs.
What makes a frog look like a toad?
Have smooth, moist skin that makes them look “slimy”. Do not have many predators. Toad’s skin lets out a bitter taste and smell that burns the eyes and nostrils of its predators, much like a skunk does. And neither frogs nor toads will give you warts! That is just a myth.
What kind of frog has a translucent skin?
Glass frog or “see-through frog” is a unique type of frog that is named that way because of its translucent skin. There are 60 different types of glass frogs.