A TV show where there was a group of friends who were collecting special magical stones (each with different color, as I remember) and they had to defeat different monsters to get those stones.

It was a journey and after each episode, it showed how many stones they had and how many they had left to collect. The stones were placed in a circle. Sorry, I don't remember much but the last boss they fought was a big frog.

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It's possible that you might have been watching Deltora Quest.

Deltora Quest front cover

The Shadow Lord, an evil sorcerer and The Lord of Shadows which comes from The Shadowlands, has taken over Deltora by destroying a magical object known as The Belt of Deltora, which is Deltora's only protection against him. Throughout the course of the anime, Lief, Barda and Jasmine travel around the land of Deltora to return the seven gem of the initials of which combine to form DELTORA (hence the name "Deltora Quest") to the belt and save the land. Their first destination is the Forests of Silence.

Opening sequence

One of the later creatures they defeat is Gellick, an Ooze toad.

Gellick, the Ooze Toad

Episode 28: The Great Gellick!

As per your memories, they do end episodes with an image of what gems they've collected.

Image of the belt with 5 gems filled in and two empty space


Di-Gata Defenders

Based on the insanely minute amount of information, the show you might be looking for is the Nelvana cartoon Di-Gata Defenders, initially named Power Stone Warriors in development: https://web.archive.org/web/20100105061946/http://www.digata.com/

Some shared features: the Di-Gata stones; the heroes fight monsters to get them.

The enemies are amphibian:

But in doing so, they eventually exiled the original inhabitants, the Mortigarians, a race of amphibious snake-like humanoids to live under the sea. The people that live in RaDos as of the current timeline are the descendants of these first RaDosians.

A boss beast was called the megalith, a sort of amphibian Cthulhu-ish monstrosity that might sort of get confused for a “giant frog.”

I’m going with it.

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