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Frog Bookmarks to Color for DIY Reading Fun (Free)

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These frog bookmarks to color are fantastic ways to easily enjoy DIY reading fun.

With cute frogs and delightful puns, your kids will leap at the chance to color and customize these free printable bookmarks. My boys and I are sharing our tips for making plus ideas for sharing with family and friends.

Let's hop to it and get ready for some un-frog-gettable fun!

RELATED: Have more DIY reading fun with our free printable unicorn bookmarks to color!

Examples of five free printable frog bookmarks to color with glitter gel pens and markers.

Enjoy Frugal Reading Fun with Frogs

Looking for fun and easy ways to boost reading for kids? Or maybe you're planning for a pond life or frog learning theme? Maybe you have children (or adults!) who really love frogs and you want to make them a special gift?

Well, these frog bookmarks to color are fantastic for all of those reasons and more 🐸

Recently, my boys and I have had a blast making and using our free printable coloring bookmarks. We love having these DIY ways to customize our reading experiences for our homeschool studies and reading for pleasure. The boys frequently change between their Super Mario bookmarks, Minecraft bookmarks, and Pokemon bookmarks. I'm a big fan of our mermaid bookmarks, growth mindset coloring bookmarks, and mandala bookmarks (so many ways to add pretty colors!).

After working on our frog life cycle diorama kit, I knew that I wanted more ways to incorporate frogs into our learning fun. Plus, we all enjoy a good frog pun or two. That's why I'm so excited about these frog coloring bookmarks for us and to share with you!

Learn All About These Free Printable Frog Bookmarks to Color

This free printable set of frog coloring bookmarks is on one page (PDF format). All bookmarks are in black-and-white for your kids (and you!) to color and customize.

Each bookmarks has frog themes and pun reading messages, like:

  • Reading is TOAD-ally awesome (with frog sitting on stack of books)
  • LEAP into a good book (with frog sitting on lily pad)
  • A good book is RIBBIT-ing (with cute frog)
  • HOP into a good book (with smiling frog, and lily pad)
  • HOPPY reading (with smiling frog and dragonfly)
Five examples of frog coloring bookmarks with glitter gel pens.

Creative Ideas for Making These Coloring Bookmarks

I recommend that you print these bookmarks on white cardstock for extra durability. You can also laminate the bookmarks (after your student is done coloring and customizing) to boost that durability.

I prefer to use glitter gel pens when coloring my bookmarks. I love the shimmery, shiny effects! My boys like to use color pencils and fine-tip markers.

Oh, and another easy way to reinforce the bookmarks is to use washi tape on the backs. This step strengthens the bookmark, as well as adds a fun pattern or texture (like glitter washi tape).

Want to add a cool extra touch to your bookmark? Use a hole punch at the top of the bookmark and add a ribbon or piece of colored twine or yarn.

Not sure if these black-and-white bookmarks with frog themes look that cool for kids? Well, let me tell you - you can really raise the fun level with these frugal activities!

Your students can create these bookmarks for their reading pleasure and to share with friends and loved ones. These printable bookmarks are wonderful for:

  • Your frog party
  • Celebrating World Frog Day (March 20)
  • Quick and easy activities for rainy day fun
  • Coloring fun for kids of all ages
  • DIY bookmarks to share at your library or community event
  • Brain breaks
  • Early finishers in your classroom
  • Cute accessory or gift tag

Resources for Extending Your Fun with Frogs

Why not keep the fun going with some frog-themed books and accessories? Your kids will flip over these simple ways to celebrate frogs!

Face to Face with Frogs (Face to Face with Animals)Face to Face with Frogs (Face to Face with Animals)There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Frog!There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Frog!Fanatical About Frogs (About Animals)Fanatical About Frogs (About Animals)Everything You Need to Know About Frogs and Other Slippery CreaturesEverything You Need to Know About Frogs and Other Slippery CreaturesExplore My World FrogsExplore My World FrogsNational Geographic Readers: Frogs!National Geographic Readers: Frogs!FrogsFrogsThe Frog and Toad Collection Box Set: Includes 3 Favorite Frog and Toad Stories! (I Can Read Level 2)The Frog and Toad Collection Box Set: Includes 3 Favorite Frog and Toad Stories! (I Can Read Level 2)


Get Your Free Frog Bookmarks to Color

Ready to leap into some reading fun with frogs? I'm thrilled that you're interested in getting these free printable bookmarks!

This free printable set of frog bookmarks is on one PDF page. You'll find 5 styles in black-and-white to color and customize.

In case you're wondering how and when you can use, you may print as many of these bookmarks as you need to use with your students at home, in the classroom, and at the library. Please share this post if you know anyone who also likes to make reading fun for their kids!

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Examples of five printable frog bookmarks to color.

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