Fabulous frogs! They come in all different colors. They live in all different places. They can sing. They can even dance! They are the stars of the swamp (and other places too)!
After your child receives and reads this book, Discuss one or more of the following questions to help him/her make connections and build comprehension.
- How are frogs and toads different? Have a parent help. Research the differences. How are they alike? How are they different? Make a chart. Share your chart with your friends.
- Frogs begin life as tadpoles. They transform into frogs. Can you think of another animal that completely changes as it matures? Compare that animal to a frog. Use a Venn diagram. Find five ways they are alike. Then find five differences. Share your diagram with a parent.
- Some frogs are poisonous. How do the birds know this? Have a parent help. Research this.
- Make up a story about a goliath frog. What does it eat? What is its day like. Draw and color the pictures. Share your story with a parent!
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