From Tadpole To Frog by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld
Reading level: Beginning Reader, Scholastic Reader Level 1
Summary: Age appropriate discussion of the life cycle of a frog.
Illustrations: full-color photographs
Comments: Although a simple, straightforward nonfiction book, it still manages to be quite appealing. Perfect for the young scientist/naturalist interested in learning more about frogs.
Related activities (preschool to first grade):
- Create sequence cards of the life stages of a frog, like these at Enchanted Learning. Have your child put them in order.
- Frog hands (mimic webbed feet)
- How frogs eat
- See also Hip-Pocket Papa activities
Compatible fiction: The Frog Prince (several versions available)
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (February 1, 2011)
STEM Friday is hosted today at Chapter Book of the Day. Be sure to stop over for links to more excellent STEM books, as well as a list of upcoming STEM Friday hosts.
NC Teacher has a review of Inside Hurricanes, which we enjoyed as well.
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