Five Green and Speckled Frogs sing-a-long

Lucy McGinley

A Sing and Read story book by scholastic, Illustrated by Constanza Basaluzzo

I love playing this game with pre-schoolers so I thought the book would be a great resource to extend this.

I’ve also made a puppet activity using the Montessori Parts of the Frog outline. Obviously this is also an early math activity. It is also a great song to transition children off to another activity if you have the time to send a few off at a time.


I think the pictures of the frogs eating some most delicious bugs are really amusing. The silly bugs just don’t seem to learn to stay away … I almost feel sorry for them!

It is another good talking point however as we need frogs (and spiders) to keep the insect population under control. In a very simplified version … if there were no spiders, the crops would all be eaten…

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One thought on “Five Green and Speckled Frogs sing-a-long

  1. This is one of my most favourite songs to share with young children. I love all the conversations and stories that are sparked about frogs and insects that can come from such a simple and fun song. Meg:)


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