A Hands-on Guide to Hawaiʻi’s Coqui Frogs
Download curriculum in individual lessons at the bottom of this page.
Grade Level: 4th Grade
Coqui frogs are an invasive species to Hawaiʻi that were first introduced in the late 1980's from their native home in Puerto Rico. Since that time their populations have drastically increased due to the ideal climate conditions provided by Hawaiʻi Island. This curriculum uses hands-on activities to promote student knowledge and awareness of the impacts caused by invasive species like the coqui frog in Hawaiʻi.
These are supplementary lessons on the invasive Coqui Frog.
- Lesson One: Introduction to Invasive Species (PDF)
- Lesson Two: Coqui Frog Populations (PDF)
- Lesson Three: Population Densities (PDF)
The Coqui Frog supplementary unit was created by Raymond McGuire.