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Frog and Toad Together: I Can Read! Beginning Reading Level 2

Frog and Toad Together: I Can Read! Beginning Reading Level 2

Написано Arnold Lobel

Озвучено Arnold Lobel


Frog and Toad Together: I Can Read! Beginning Reading Level 2

Написано Arnold Lobel

Озвучено Arnold Lobel

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4.5/5 (92 оценки)
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24 minutes
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Издано:
May 20, 2008
ISBN:
9780061712180
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Frog and Toad are always together. Here are five wonderful stories about flowers, cookies, bravery, dreams, and, most of all, friendship.

A HarperAudio production.

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May 20, 2008
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9780061712180
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  • (3/5)
    A cute story about two frog friends- teaches important lessons to children
  • (4/5)
    Frog and Toad books are a series of books that are loved by many young readers. Frog and Toad Together is arranged like a chapter book, but is actually five separate stories. In each story there is a lesson to be learned. I think all classrooms and libraries should have the Frog and Toad collection in them. The stories in these books offer students a chance to read a longer, chapter-like book. but with an easier reading level than most chapter books. I would use these books in my classroom for different purposes. I think they would be good to read to expose kids to quality literature. I also think that they would be good to teach children how to figure out the moral of the story. This also helps with comprehension of longer stories.
  • (1/5)
    PrimaryGenre: Fantasy- Frog and Toad do things that humans do even though they are a frog and toad. In fantasy, animals talk and do things that are not realistic to their real behaviors. That is why this book is a fantasy.Setting: This is a backdrop setting because Frog and Toad could be anywhere. They never say where they are at or where their home is.
  • (4/5)
    Frog and Toad Together is one book in the series of the four Frog and Toad books. Frog and Toad together has five chapters, and each chapter tells a different story. The first chapter is about Toad and Frog's adventures with Toad's to do list. The second chapter is about Frog's garden and Toad trying to grow his own flowers. In the next chapter, Toad baked cookies and brought them over to Frog's house. They can't stop eating the cookies so they put them in a box and give them to the birds. The next chapter is about Frog and Toad reading a book together. They attempt to be like the characters in the story they are reading and be brave. The final chapter is all about Toad's dream. This story is about friendship and all of the different types of things you can do with friends. As an activity, the student's could come up with their favorite activity they enjoy doing with friends.
  • (4/5)
    A great children's book with insights into the joys and perils of friendship.
  • (5/5)
    This story revolves around two very close friends and several experiences they share together. In One part of the book toad makes cookies that are delicious and takes them to frog who decides that they are the best cookies ever made. The problem is neither can stop eating them. They realize they need to stop but don't know how. They decide they must get will power to help them stop, but after trying many things to help them out they give the cookies to the birds. frog now decides that the two have gotten will power, but Toad decides he needs to go bake a chocolate cake.Each chapter in this book is a funny story in its own. From fear to patience it places you in the book based on the feelings you have felt in the past.Students could learn about friendship, loyalty, the idea of not judging people and just simple things like how important patience is.
  • (3/5)
    Frog and Toad are best friends and they do everything together. There are four different adventures that they have. They go on a walk and Toad loses his to do list. Then Toad plants seeds for a garden and has trouble waiting for them to grow. Next, Toad shares the cookies he baked with Frog. The last story was my favorite. Toad had a dream that he could do everything better than Frog until Frog was now longer around. Toad realized in the end how important his friend was. I have best friends that are always there. I think this book would help the students to appreciate their friends. They might also learn how to be a better friend. Toad and Frog always stuck together no matter what problems they faced. In the classroom, I would have the children pair up and draw the outlines of each other. The students would lie down on the paper and their partner would draw their outline. Next, they would then draw that person with clothes,glasses, hair and shoes. Then they would get up in front of the class and tell about their friend.
  • (4/5)
    Frog and Toad Together consists of five different stories. These stories are "A List", "The Garden", "Cookies", "Dragons and Giants", and "The Dream". All of these stories have a way of teaching children important lessons. Frog and Toad have very different personalities but despite their differeces they are best friends and do everything together. In all of these stories Frog and Toad stick together to get things done and overcome fears. This is a great book for beginning readers! It is easy to read and understand and children can relate well to all of the stories. The illustrations are simple but unique. They are not like the books are today with their bright colors, instead they have pictures with black, white, brown, and green colors. I used to read these books when I was younger and I loved them. Children today can still relate to these stories and I'm sure they will love them too.Classroom Extension #1: You can have children do an activity that deals with each story. For "A List", children can make their own list of what they do each day. For "The Garden", the children can grow their own plant by planting a seed in a dixie cup and watering it each day and watching it grow. For "Cookies" and "Dragons and Giants" you can have a discussion with the kids about each topic like what the children are scared of and what makes them feel brave. For "Dreams", let the children draw a picture of or write a paragraph about a dream that they have had.Classroom Extension #2: Do a literature circle lesson in which you read "Frog and Toad Together" along with the other Frog and Toad series books. You can read the books aloud to the class or you can divide the children into groups. Give each group a copy of the books and let them take turns reading aloud to their group.
  • (3/5)
    Genre: Modern Fantasy Age Appropriateness: primaryMedia: pencil and watercolor This book is a good example of fantasy because the animals take on human characteristics. The environment that they live in is realistic to some degree but we see Frog and Toad talking, riding a bike, eating cookies and reading. This book contains chapters that are each a mini story within themselves making this a great early chapter book for those students just starting to move up.
  • (5/5)
    The endearing friendship of frog and toad is explored in five stories in this book. They look for lost buttons, wait for the mail, make up stories, go for a swim, and take joy in the coming of spring.
  • (3/5)
    A great beginning read for children, although there are not too many pictures I still enjoyed the book. I think this would be great for bedtime and could be used to teach or emphasize the importance of friends.
  • (4/5)
    I have always loved Frog and Toad. They are fun short stories that are easy for any child to enjoy. The pictures that accompany the stories are delightful and humorous. It is a great way for children to understand the relationship between two friends and how they help each other out.In class, you can have your students get together in groups and come up with another adventure for Frog and Toad to share.
  • (5/5)
    This book is about two friends named Frog and Toad. They are best friends who like hanging out together doing different things. They go for walks, go on adventures, and dream big dreams. It is a story of simple friendship and love.
  • (5/5)
    Frog and Toad stand up to the test of time! These are great stories for early readers, but fun for the adult who is assisting the young reader. Frog and Toad share many adventures and many of them are very silly, but through it all they remain fast friends.
  • (4/5)
    This is a fun series of books that are good to help with comprehension skills.
  • (4/5)
    1. Being from the Midwest and reading this book out loud was very amusing. Having to pronounce frog and toad over and over again brought out my accent. I can imagine a child who is beginning to read imprinting their own accent. 2. The book is designed to not overwhelm the emergent reader and it shows. Most sentences are full enough to keep the action going and keep a short length for a page.3. I like Frog and Toad Together. I am charmed. The illustration is soft and doesn't distract the reader. I like the fine detail of their clothes right down to a belt buckle.
  • (4/5)
    Genre: Fantasy Age Appropriateness: Intermediate Review: This book is a good example of fantasy because the story is believable but would not happen in reality because the frog and toad are personified. Frog and Toad are always together in the story. There are five chapters about flowers, cookies, bravery, dreams and most of all, friendship. Fantasy does not deceive, but tells the truth that children cannot understand unless in an imaginary story. By using your imagination, you are able to connect and relate to Frog and Toad's story. Media: This book is a good example of ink and wash because the characters and scenery are outlined with ink and filled with watercolor. The pictures allow readers to connect to the writing on a deeper level.
  • (3/5)
    This easy reader is one of many in the frog and toad series. This book seems to teach kids about friendship at every turn. I loved the adventure they go on together. Frog and Toad have at many times the same logic as age level its written for which I think helps the young reader relate better. One example of this is when they are trying to have willpower and not eat the cookies but in the end they fed the cookies to the birds and then decided to bake a cake.
  • (5/5)
    This small collection of stories both teaches and entertains. Frog and Toad are sweet as friends and they continuously learn from llfe experience and each other.
  • (4/5)
    I liked this book, it was a fantasy. I liked that it preps readers to read more difficult novels. It is a stepping stone from picture books, to chapter books. It also teaches valuable lessons to kids, about how to have good, positive friendships.
  • (5/5)
    This wonderful chapter book, Frog and Toad Together, takes the reader on 5 different adventures. Each adventure takes the reader through a problem and then a solution will be made. The wonderful thing is that these characters, Frog and Toad, go through each problem together so they have the support of their friendship through rough times. They learn from each other and help one another through everything. This book is a wonderful book for children to read and get lost in. Its one of those books that children will remember when they are adults. This book has also been used for teaching instruction and its known as a classic book for children. Great literature with great illustrations!
  • (5/5)
    Summary:This Newberry Award wnning book takes the reader through different problems and solutions. Through each step frog and toad remain together. Personal Reaction:This is a witty story with great illustraions. I mostly enjoyed the simpleness of the story to lure young kids into paying attention for an enjoyable ending.Classroom Extension Ideas:I. Sciencedefine a frog. Put the myth to rest about kisses frogs to turn thim in to princes.II. Art.draw characteristics of a frog and hang it along the students desks that can hop the furthest.
  • (4/5)
    Frog and Toad is great for elementary students who are confident accelerated readers. The stories are short enough that the students won't get bored or distracted. This book also shows the great friendship between Frog and Toad. This book won the Newbery Honor in1973. It is separated into five chapters displaying Frog and Toad's adventures and friendship.
  • (5/5)
    Summary: This is a story about when toad made alist of things to do for him and frog. As the day went on everything that toad did he would cross off his list, for example get up, get dressed. On their day out the wind ended up blowing the list away. So they sat down and toad tried to think of what was on the list. Since he couldnt remember what was on his list he did not want to do anything because it wasnt on his list. So they say down by a rock and went to sleep because toad rememberd going to sleep was the last thing on his list.Personal Experience: As a child I remember my grandma reading this story to me several of times. I also remember reading this book in the school library.Classroom Extensions: 1. After reading the story I would have the students make a list of things that they normally do in the day. 2. I would ask the students of other ways that toad and frog could have worked out the problem of losing the list.
  • (5/5)
    Frog and Toad Together is a short chapter book that is about a close friendship between two friends that are always together. The book has 5 chapters in it and they each tell different stories about their lives. All of the stories are extremely different, but some of my favorite is The Garden and Cookies. In The Garden, Frog give Toad some seeds to start his very own garden, with the warning that having a garden was a lot of work. Toad took on the challenge and did everything that he could to have his seeds grow. Once his seeds blossomed, he realized how much hard work really pays off in the end. Cookies is a chapter on the practice of will power. Toad made cookies to share with Frog, they were the best cookies ever, but they didn't want to eat all of them so they came up with different ideas to not eat the cookies. This book would be a great book to read during different parts of the year. I would read The Garden towards the end of the year to keep my students motivated to work hard. This would also be a great take-home book for students to read with their guardians. Genre: realistic fiction, fantasy.
  • (3/5)
    This book is great for a beginning reader or even to read to a child who cannot read yet. This book is recommended for ages 3-8. This is a great story and is also a Newberry Honor book. This story is about a frog and a toad who are the best of friends that do everything together. This story shows friendship and humor throughout the book. This book is sure to be enjoyed by a child who loves stories about friendship. Read to see what adventures the frog and toad go on!
  • (4/5)
    Frog and Toad together is a collection of five stories; "A List", "The Garden", "Cookies", "Dragons and Giants", and "The Dream" about various topics including bravery and willpower. But the common theme among all the stories is friendship and what it means to be a true friend. Frog and Toad are together through thick and thin, they are always there for each other and supportive and this is a wonderful example for children to see. Though I enjoy all the stories in the book "Cookies" is my favorite. The story is about willpower. Toad makes cookies and brings them to Frog. They start out planning to only have a few cookies but they quickly find that this is very difficult. Frog explains to Toad that they must practice self control and he explains that "Will power is trying hard not to do something that you really want to do". Frog and Toad come up with some ingenious ways of trying not to eat the cookies and eventually they throw the rest of the cookies to the birds. Willpower is an important thing for children to learn and this story introduces it in a simple and amusing way that is easy for children to understand and relate to. When using it in the classroom the teacher could ask questions about why willpower is important and when the students have had to exercise willpower in their own lives. Students could even write stories about a time when they had to practice self control.
  • (4/5)
    Frog and Toad are best friends together, living day by day as simple as can be. This particular book contains a few separate stories about them both. They both clearly contain different personalities. It seems like Frog is constantly keeping Toad in check, and guiding him through life, but at the same time they both rely on each other. They find extreme enjoyment in sharing simple things together, such as eating cookies, making lists, and going on walks. But they also share real action adventures as they run from dangerous snakes and hawks, while Frog really admires Toad for his bravery. This book should help encourage kids to feel happiness with the simple things in life, and appreciate simple friendships.
  • (5/5)
    Love Frog and Toad. I especially love the pictures, and the fact that my children really wanted to read this book, unlike some other "easy readers".
  • (5/5)
    In the stories of Frog and Toad, they go through many adventures and get through them together. The first chapter is about Frog creating a list and having to abide by it strictly. The list is then lost and Frog decides he cannot catch it because that is not on his list. Another story is about how tough it is to have willpower when eating cookies. Frog and Toad try everything to get rid of the cookies. Once they have given the cookies to the birds, Toad decides to go bake a cake.I loved the stories of Frog and Toad. The stories have a great them of friendship. Each chapter has a different theme that is realistic to what children face daily.One activity could be to write a list of things to do. We then will have to follow the list. If we forget a step on the list, we then as a group will decide what we'll have to do. In another activity, the children can draw a picture of their best friend and write about why they are best friends.