Frogs are disappearing at an alarming rate. Find out how you can help save these amphibians. Learn about keeping frogs as pets, frog hibernation, life as a tadpole, and more.
How to Make and Origami Frog
The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
Mark Twain’s story of how the famous Jumping Frog contest came to be. Smiley was monstrous proud of his frog, and well he might be, for fellers that had traveled and been everywhere, all said he laid over any frog that ever they see.
Skinny or fat, smelly or poisonous, there are many kinds of frogs. Scientists are constantly finding new species or kinds. And they’re finding the amphibians all over the world.
From the silly to the scientific, songs and sounds, stories and fact. Even famous frogs! Everything about frogs.
The Exploratorium has an exhibit about frogs. Listen to frog calls. Read frog tales and myths.
Frogs iPhone App
Explore the wonderful and fascinating world of Australian frogs. More resources about frogs in Australia and Southeast Asia. Photos by Jodi Rowley.
Free Amphibian Crossword Puzzle
Add a crossword to your frog fun with this free printable.
How do frogs survive winter? Why don’t they freeze to death?
Various frog species use two strategies to deal with environmental extremes: hibernation and estivation.
How To Make a Treefrog House
Treefrog houses can help to protect treefrogs from cats and other animals that might try to eat them.
It’s a Tadpole Eat Tadpole World
The bigger tree frog tadpoles swimming around the top will pause every now and then and oh so very gently nibble on another tadpole’s tail. If the nibble-ee gets easily offended and swims vigorously away, all is good. By Rebecca Taberski.
Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Red-Eyed Tree Frogs are named for their large, bulging, red eyes. These bright eyes may serve to startle predators. Color and learn.
Summer Science: Learn about local frogs
Encourage your children to become citizen scientists for the summer. Learn about your local frogs and track the frog populations in your area to help scientists study frog trends.