Animals: Missouri Frogs and Toads
These sites are about Missouri’s frogs and toads. Includes information about gray treefrogs, American toads, green frogs, and wood frogs. Learn about the physical characteristics, food, reproduction, habitat, and behavior of each species.
Missouri's Toads and Frogs
Read brief descriptions and view pictures of 18 of Missouri's 25 species of frogs and toads. Click on "Next Page" for more.
Read a short article about tree frogs in Missouri.
How Are The Frogs?
This page has information about the population of toads and frogs in Missouri during the last few decades. NOTE: The reading level is difficult for elementary students.
Learn to identify the sounds made by frogs and toads.
This interactive Shockwave game lets you listen to the calls of different North American frogs. Click on the start link.
BioKIDS: American Toad Information
This site has facts, pictures, and information about the American toad's physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, and predators.
BioKIDS: Wood Frog Information
This site has a profile and facts about wood frogs.
BioKIDS: Green Frog Information
Read about the green frog's physical characteristics, behaviors, predators, and how they communicate with each other.
Gray Treefrog and Cope's Gray Treefrog
Read a short description of gray treefrogs and see how the gray treefrog matches the tree perfectly.
EEK! Critter Corner: Cope's Gray Treefrog
Read about cope's gray treefrog and how to identify two subspecies of gray treefrogs. Click on "Here" to listen to the treefrog's call.
BioKIDS: Eastern Gray Treefrog
This site has facts, pictures, and information about Eastern gray treefrog's physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, and growth.
BioKIDS: North American Bullfrog
This site has facts, pictures, and information about the North American Bullfrog's physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, and growth.
Enchanted Learning: Frogs
This page can be printed out so that students can label the different stages in the life cycle of a frog. Use the links at the top for additional sites on frogs.
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