Here are several songs to assist you in your teaching of both tadpoles and frogs. Aid students in their learning of the songs by adding hand/body motions, frog sounds, and/or colorful visuals.
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Down By the Banks

Down by the banks of the hanky panky,
Where the bull frogs jump from bank to bank-y
With a hip-hop, flipity-flop,
Missed that bank-y and went ker-plop.

Polly-Wog

There once was a polly named Wog
Who wanted to change to a frog,
So he dropped off his tail
Grew legs without fail
And croaked all day on a log.

Five Little Tadpoles

Five little tadpoles swimming near the shore.
The first one said, “Let’s swim some more.”
The second one said, “Let’s rest awhile.”
The third one said, “Swimming makes me smile.”
The fourth one said, “My legs are growing long.”
The fifth one said, “I’m getting very strong.”
Five little tadpoles will soon be frogs.
They’ll jump from the water and sit on logs.

Five Little Speckled Frogs

Five little speckled frogs,
Sitting on a speckled log,
Eating the most delicious bugs,
Yum, yum.
One jumped into the pool,
Where it was nice and cool,
Then there were four little speckled frogs.

(Repeat from the beginning as you work your way down to one speckled frog.)

One little speckled frog sitting,
Sitting on a speckled log,
Eating the most delicious bugs,
Yum, yum.
He jumped into the pool,
Where it was nice and cool,
Then there were no little speckled frogs.

I Have a Little Frog

I have a little frog
His name is Tiny Tim,
I put him in the bathtub,
To see if he could swim,
He drank up all the water,
And gobbled up the soap!
And when he tried to talk
He had a BUBBLE in his throat!

Little Froggy

(To the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot”)

See the little froggy Swimming in the pool
The water’s great- It’s nice and cool
When he gets all cleaned up Out he’ll hop
Squeaky clean From bottom to top.
See the little froggy On the lily pad
Trying to catch flies She’s getting sad.
When she catches one, She’ll gobble it up
Back in the water She’ll go kerplop!