Are we preparing our children to engage and thrive in today’s globally connected and ever-changing world? Connect learning to the real-world through these collection of engaging lessons, built by teachers.

Are we preparing our children to engage and thrive in today’s globally connected and ever-changing world? Connect learning to the real-world through these collection of engaging lessons, built by teachers.

Tools & Resources

To learn more about using FrogSchool lessons in your classroom, download the teacher's guide below.

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Learn with FrogSchool

FrogSchool provides free ready-to-use digital lessons for all school years from kindergarten to Form 5 (K-12). Each lesson is packed with videos, notes, activities and quizzes, all in one place. These lessons feature real-world topics and are designed to engage children in their learning!

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Depending on the time you have and your learning needs, you may choose to complete the lessons in:

For teachers:

  • Do All - Use the entire lesson for your class, by following the lesson plan and completing all parts.
  • Do Half + Half - Do flipped learning by getting your students to browse the learning resources at home. Then, come to class to do the exercises together.
  • Do In Chunks - Pick and choose parts of these lessons to supplement the lesson you have designed for your students

For parents:

  • Do Independently - If your child can learn independently, spend chunks of 10 minutes daily to facilitate & manage your child's learning.
  • Do Together - If your child needs more support, do the lessons and activities together. Instructions & answers are provided.

For student:

  • Do All - Try completing the entire lesson if you want to conquer a new topic!  You can go through each step, learning materials and complete all activities.
  • Do 1 + 1 - Try completing ONE Learning Resource and ONE Activity to get an introduction to a specific topic.
  • Do Just 1 - Try completing any ONE of the Learning Resources, Activities or Quiz for a quick addition to your learning routine.

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