Dot-to-dot froggy! It takes 423 dots to complete this frog extreme dot-to-dot for kids. If you’re teaching your students about amphibians, wildlife, or biology, and want a fun warm up exercise, this dot-to-dot activity is the answer! The type of frog depicted is a red-eyed tree frog. Native to Central and South America, these vibrant green hoppers spend their lives in trees, munching on crickets and other insects. PDF format. You’ll find the answer key on page 2.
Categories: Activities, Dot-to-Dots
Subjects: Art, Science