Frog Life Cycle Agamograph Template

If you’re learning about the life cycle of a frog and want a fun craft activity to do, print out this frog life cycle chart template.

4 different images, combined into one agamograph make this craft the perfect addition to your lessons. Or just for fun.

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We love making agamographs, even more so if they have additional educational value. This one helps to learn about the life cycle of frogs, as the images include – adult frogs, eggs, tadpoles and baby frogs.

Also check out: agamograph butterfly life cycle

You can create two agamographs or combine all 4 images into one agamograph that can review all the steps of the life cycle as you rotate it.

How to make a frog life cycle agamograph

What you need:

  • our printable template (you’ll find it at the end of the step-by-step guide)
  • thicker printing paper (regular printing paper is fine, but we recommend using thicker printing paper/cardboard)
  • coloring supplies (your favorite things)
  • drag
  • scoring tool (you can use various objects as substitutes – skewers, rulers, pens….) – you can also fold without a scoring tool
  • optional: glue

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Follow the step-by-step instructions below

Color the pictures. We offer two variations for making the agamograph, one that is “two pictures in one” and one that requires kids to cut and paste the pictures. The “cut and paste” version can also be used as a “guide” for coloring the agamograph.

We think highlighters work best, especially if you’re using cardstock. The bold colors really make the agamograph stand out.

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Once you have colored the agamograph, cut it out (along the outer edge of the rectangle).

To make folding easier, mark along the fold lines. We recommend using a ruler, placing it on the fold and running a marking tool (actual marking tool, skewer or other alternative) along the fold.

Now fold the agamograph accordion style from end to end.

If you are making two separate agamographs, the order of the valley and mountain folds does not matter. However, if you are making one agamograph, when gluing the two together, you will need to match them up so that the images appear in the correct order.

This is something you can adjust after you have both agamographs ready (since you can change the folds) – right before you glue them together.

Both frog life cycle Agamograph models are ready to be assembled into one :).

Apply glue to the back of one of the agamographs, on all the folds (or start with the first fold, and add glue as you glue them together).

Press the agamograph together. Make sure the glue sets.

Done! Now, redraw the entire Frog Life Cycle Agamograph Template to see all the stages in the frog’s life cycle.

Eggs…

Then there are the tadpoles…

Little frog…

And an adult frog.

Frog Life Cycle Agamograph Craft Template for Kids

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Click here for printable templates: version one, version two.

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