Save The Frogs Day 2017 in Kingston, Pennsylvania

Chloe, Ellie, Vincent, and Jason are four ambitious and environmentally conscientious fifth graders from Wyoming Valley Montessori School. These students found a fun, creative way to raise funds for amphibian conservation in their local community in the spirit of Save The Frogs Day. They held an after-school bake sale and lemonade stand and raised $153! These generous students then donated all of their earnings to SAVE THE FROGS!. Chloe, Ellie, Vincent and Jason have set a wonderful example on how young students can find a way to join the effort in wildlife conservation!

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Students hosted a bakesale and lemonade stand and donated all profits to SAVE THE FROGS!.

"We had so much fun doing this, and knowing that it was for a good cause made us feel really good inside. Our entire school community was so supportive. We are proud to say we raised $153 for SAVE THE FROGS!. All of our proceeds will go directly to SAVE THE FROGS!. We encourage you to help save animals too!"
-- Chloe, Ellie, Vincent, and Jason

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The students found a fun and engaging way to raise awareness about amphibian conservtion in their local community. 

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How Students Can Use The SAVE THE FROGS! Website

There is no time like spring in the Midwest United States. It’s a time of transition. The first sign of spring is the carpeting of wildflowers on the forest floor and the chorus of spring peeper frogs. My favorite childhood hobby was exploring the marshy environments of Southern Indiana and getting to witness the metamorphosis of frogs. I watched the mass of jelly eggs change into squirmy tadpoles before becoming four-legged jumping amphibians. Frogs gave me my first tangible experience of studying biology and got me hooked. I've prepared this article to give students ideas on how they can use the SAVE THE FROGS! website to incorporate amphibian conservation into their assignments and improve the quality of their completed projects.

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Ambystoma maculatum from Bloomington, IN photo by Colette Ciresi

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