Looking for a fun way to learn about frogs this season? Kids of all ages will enjoy learning about these amphibians with these free frog coloring pages!
Different species of frogs, the life cycle of a frog, and frogs in a pond. Unique coloring sheets you wont find anywhere else.
Perfect for frog enthusiasts of any age!
How to Print
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- Print off a copy of the coloring sheet on plain printer paper
You can even make your own frog coloring book by printing off one of each of these printable pictures.
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Different species of frogs are featured in these coloring pages. Adults and kids of all ages will enjoy coloring in these realistic frog coloring pages.
Pair these with a few children's books about frogs. Books provide kids with facts about these amphibians and real life images to study while coloring.
You can even take a trip to a local pond or wildlife habitat to observe frogs in real life while using these coloring sheets.
Frogs with Lily Pads
If you have ever been fortunate enough to witness waterlilies blooming then you know how beautiful these pond flowers can be.
Frogs love to hide among the lily pads. You can often find a few perched on the lily pads basking in the warm sunshine.
Little learners can practice counting the number of frogs, lily-pads, and flowers while coloring in this outdoor scene.
Pair all of these pages when studying ponds with your children!
Different Species of Frogs
Each coloring sheet has a large image of a frog and includes the name of the species. Names are written in outline form to allow kids to practice coloring letters.
Use these printables to get your kids interested in learning about different types of frogs. Its amazing to see the differences between each of the species.
Poison Dart Frog
Older kids love learning about all of the bright colors and different patterns of the poison dart frog. This frog has a few large spots on its back. Different species of the poison dart frog have different patterns on their skin.
Color in this frog using bright blue, orange, yellow, red, or even back. Since you may not live near these frogs, it is fun to learn about them.
Green Tree Frog
These frogs are not only green, but contain shades of yellow and white. Color in this sheet using your favorite art supplies.
Pair this sheet with a non-fiction book about frogs to learn more about these amazing amphibians!
Red-Eyed Tree Frog
One of the most colorful frogs is the red-eyed tree frog. These frogs are made up of bright beautiful colors. Kids are always excited to learn about this type of frog.
Even though they contain bright colors, they are actually not poisonous! Your kids will have fun coloring in the frog on this sheet using different colors.
They can even add a colorful scene in the background of the image.
Toad Coloring Page
Color in the toad on this next printable to resemble ones you find outside. Unlike frogs, toads have dry bumpy skin. It would be fun to draw rocks and plants in the white spaces on this sheet!
Unlike frogs that spend most of their time swimming, you can usually find toads on the ground.
Children of all ages can have fun coloring this realistic bullfrog design. If you explore a local pond habitat, you will likely find bullfrogs in and around the water.
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Fun Fact: According to US National Park Service, bull frogs eat all types of pond life including dragonfly nymphs, small fish, crayfish, and water beetles.
Life Cycle of a Frog Coloring Page
Pair this coloring sheet with the Free Life Cycle of a Frog Printable Pack. Filled with sorting cards with realistic images of frogs, vocabulary terms, and worksheets.
A great way for kids in preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school to learn about the stages of a frog's life!
Color and Write Frog
At the bottom of this sheet there is space for kids to write the word frog. Upper case F and lowercase f can also be written on the line. A fun way to practice letters while coloring.
Coloring is a great way to practice fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Plus coloring is just plain fun!
Extend the Activity
Hopefully these free frog coloring pages have inspired you learn about frogs with your kids!
Frogs by Gail Gibbons
A wonderful children's book about the life cycle of a frog. Information about their habitat and even the difference between a frog and a toad.
Observing real frogs and reading books about frogs can provide inspiration for coloring in these sheets.
Check out the entire list of Fantastic Frog Books for Kids
- Watercolor Paint
- Fine Point Markers
- Plain Printer Paper
Kids love using a variety of art supplies when coloring. Watercolor paints make a fun alternative to traditional crayons.
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These sheets were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home or classroom. All of these free printable frog coloring pages are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com.