So how could you celebrate today besides donning green and hopping around? Leap frog is silly and works on gross motor skills. But how about turning it into a STEM experiment by having your kids measure the distance that they jump using a tape measure?
And of course, read some frog books like this Tadpole & Frogs book. Hardbound for just $4.99. Here are some Quicklinks on Usborne UK's site where you can continue to explore frogs.
Or how about folding those origami frogs that jump when you tap their backside? This site shows you some fun games to play after you've folded them. http://www.itsybitsyfun.com/blog/how-to-make-an-origami-frog-that-jumps
These plastic cup jumping frogs look like so much fun! http://deceptivelyeducational.blogspot.com/2014/05/plastic-cup-jumpin-frogs.html
Whatever you do, hop back here and let us know what things you tried today!!
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