Bullfrog © Brian Gratwicke. CC-BY 2.0.
Groups can be encouraged to choose animals of different classes (reptiles, amphibians, mammals, etc.).
E-books and some videos are available free-of-charge for teachers via a one-time subscription at the Epic! website.
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Fun facts about this curious amphibian. [Contains ads.]
Students can read a description of the American Bullfrog.
Profile of the American Bullfrog with photos, scientific name, habitat, life span, diet and more.
Provides information about the many different frogs of Texas and other reptile groups found in the state.
Interactive website featuring a variety of topics, including the differences between frogs and toads.
Students can watch video footage of the American Bullfrog.
Video footage of American Bullfrogs eating various prey.
In this animated video, students can learn to tell the difference between frogs and toads by looking at physical characteristics.
Students can learn about the habitat, diet, and physical characteristics of frogs.
E-books on GetEpic.com
Virtual Field Trips
Schedule a virtual field trip with Cloudbridge Nature Reserve! Topics aren’t limited to frogs; researchers can show students other animals they have collected or talk about important environmental issues. Video conferences with students are available (1/2 hour to 1-hour increments).
Skype a Scientist
Register to schedule a Skype session with Dr. Jonathan Kolby, who studies amphibians and works for herpetological conservation.
Skype a Scientist matches over 2000+ scientists with classrooms around the world! Scientists skype into your classroom for 30–60-minute Q&A sessions that can cover the scientist’s expertise or what it’s like to be a scientist. Multiple topics are available.