Frog Life Cycle Sensory Activity

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We’re just finishing up our At the Pond theme and I found this awesome Safari Ltd Life Cycle of a Frog* that I just had to have. No surprise there, right? This mama loves shopping, especially for educational stuff. Lol…

preschooler playing with frog figurine in blue sand
I grabbed some Shimmering Blue Sapphire Kinetic Sand* that we had and of course the Safari Ltd Life Cycle of a Frog and put both on a tray for the little guy.

preschooler playing with frog life cycle figurines in blue sand
We talked about each stage in the development of a frog. We started with eggs to tadpoles, and then tadpoles without gills and tadpoles with legs, and of course adult frogs too.

If you’re interested in creating your own Frog Life Cycle sensory activity, keep reading.

Frog Life Cycle Sensory Activity

What you need

  • Shimmering Blue Sapphire Kinetic Sand
  • Safari Ltd Life Cycle of a Frog

Here’s how to do it

  • Encourage your child to create a pond with the Shimmering Blue Sapphire Kinetic Sand.
  • Work together to put each stage in the development of a frog in the correct order and talk about the changes that are occurring.
  • Give your child the opportunity to try it on their own.

I made a point of letting the little guy have some time and space to just explore. It’s so much fun to see toddlers and preschoolers making connections on their own.

preschooler exploring frog life cycle using frog life cycle figurines and blue sand
He would put the pieces in order and then point to each one and name what stage of development it was. He also pretended that the tadpoles were swimming in the pond and the frog was of course hopping around too.

preschooler putting frog life cycle figurines in to blue sand
And then it was time to mix them up and start all over again. If you have a kinesthetic learner, this activity definitely needs be on your to-do list.

preschooler playing with tadpole figurine in blue sand
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4 Comments

  1. Shopping for educational stuff is the BEST! I love that he’s so interested in this! That means you definitely know your little guy and how he learns best!

  2. Kinetic Sand is all kinds of awesome! I especially love the beach sand. Lol… Thanks so much for visiting, Abby! Have an awesome week!

  3. You’re tellin’ me! I’m entirely too good at it. Lol… Thank so much! Have an awesome week!

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