Would YOU kiss a frog?

The tadpoles still don't have any legs yet, but we're all anxious for them to become frogs. (Me most of all!) We spent our entire afternoon on froggy literature. First, we graphed whether or not we would kiss a frog. The kids thought that was hilarious!

Next we read a version of The Frog Prince and followed it up with one of my favorites "The Frog Prince Continued" by Jon Scieszka. If you aren't familiar with this book you've got to read it. It's so funny and there are several references to other fairy tales in the story. The gist is that the frog prince and his princess aren't really living all that happily ever after and he decides he wants to be a frog again. He goes out looking for a witch to change him back into a frog. The frog prince even looks a little froggy with his long skinny legs and green suit!

I made a huge frog prince and took pictures of my kiddos "kissing" the frog. It was too cute!

While I was taking pictures of kids kissing a frog they worked on a sequencing activity. How would they catch and kiss a frog? All of these activities are available in my Frog Prince unit on TPT!


  1. Oh my gosh, I love the large frog prince you made and the idea of having your kids kiss it while you're taking their pictures!!! I'm going to have to check out your frog unit on TPT. Thanks for sharing!
    Connie :)

  2. I would totally kiss a frog. LOL

    Ms. M

  3. I love this!! Might need to add it in before June!!
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

  4. Great ideas!