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Frog coloring pages are hopping good fun! I think that frogs, bullfrogs, and toads are neat. Can you tell the difference between them?
It's hard. Even the scientists have trouble classifying frogs and toads. See below for more.
My coloring pages are fun to customize. You can add your name or print a birthday message in your favorite fonts, sizes, and colors!
Frogs and toads are pretty similar.
Frogs are smoother skinned, with bulging eyes and webbed feet. Frog coloring is often green fading to light brown or beige colors.
Toads have dry bumpy skin and deeper eyes. Their skin coloring is often brownish or grayish. They do not need webbed feet because they do not swim as much.
Frogs live in many kinds of climates, except in Antarctica. Woo! Too cold for me, too! They eat bugs and they lay their eggs in water, usually a pond or a slow place in a creek or river. Their babies are called tadpoles and they stay in the water a long time till they are ready to hop to shore.
Tree frogs have a neat sound in the spring. They are sometimes called spring peepers. I love to hear them because I love spring! There are red eyed tree frogs, too.
Great big bullfrogs have a great big voice and they have webbed feet. The momma bullfrog can be bigger than the daddy.
Baby frogs are tadpoles and they eat algae, tiny plants, and some tiny insects. I wish that they would eat up all of the flies and mosquitos!
The Princess And The Frog is a sweet story that tells about true love. Many stories have this theme, yet if you can find a good version of this story you'll have a classic that children love and remember.
Teach the idea of the frog in a similar way to the idea behind the Ugly Duckling. This can be a real icebreaker when kids meet with different kinds of people.
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