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Frog on a Log? by Kes Gray

Frog on a Log? (edition 2015)

by Kes Gray (Author), Jim Field (Illustrator)

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In rhyming text, cat explains why frog has to sit on a log, even if he finds it uncomfortable.
Title:Frog on a Log?
Authors:Kes Gray (Author)
Other authors:Jim Field (Illustrator)
Info:Scholastic Press (2015), 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:Juvenile, Fiction, early reader, frogs, Humorous stories, stories in rhyme

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Frog on a Log? by Kes Gray



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This book is great for academic and entertainment purposes. The rhyming words and consistent word families make this book a great mentor text for young readers. Children (and adults) will love the different animals and find out where each animal belongs. ( )
  kbengtson | Jan 24, 2019 |
This story is a rhyming book which will great to help young students with their phonics skills. I plan to add this book into my future classroom not only because of its educational value, but because it is super cute. I enjoyed the illustrations. ( )
  Kaitlin_villoutreix | Nov 15, 2017 |
This book is about a frog wondering why he has to sit on a log. The cat shows him which animals belong to what that shows the personification. Throughout the book the rhyming words are apparent. The rhyming words also belong to the same word families. Also, the short vowel sounds are shown through each example of who sits on what. This book is good for young readers who need to increase their phonemic awareness. Teachers can use this book in many different ways. ( )
  LandryBender | Nov 14, 2017 |
I would recommend this book to read to younger students in the kindergarten to the second grade. This book such a refreshing and cute and adds meaning to the world around the students. It really focuses on rhyming, but building vocabulary by introducing words that might not be heard of quite often. This book is about animals that really do have a place to sit, like a frog sits on a log, a cat sits on a mat, and then dogs sit of FROGS! This book is really about the journey of this frog that wants to find a new place to sit, but cannot figure out where. He continues to ask the cat, but that cat always comes back with another answer, but when the frog asks about a dog, it is all over from there. This is such a fun book to read aloud to students and teach them phonics along the way. ( )
  Karleyk14 | Nov 13, 2017 |
This adorable rhyming book is great to use in kindergarten or first grade. I really enjoyed reading this book. It is great for teaching rhyming words, and you can complete a rhyming activity with it. ( )
  Jannette_M | Nov 9, 2017 |
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