This Frog Thematic Literacy Unit is filled with printable activities to help your students grow, grow, grow in their literacy skills and incorporates Common Core Standards! The unit is geared toward spring of kindergarten, and all year for first and second grade. I’ve included a CONTENTS page and all pages are numbered to help keep you organized.
Suggested Frog Fiction Book List to Compliment the Unit
The Rhyming Frog Activity
Fill in the Proper Punctuation with Periods or Question Marks
Frog Life Cycle Book Template
Lily Pad Word Families
Color Word Matching Sunglasses to Frogs Literacy Station Templates (TOO CUTE!!!)
Isolating Beginning, Middle and End
Attending to Correct Spelling
Isolating Sounds in Words Focusing on Letters and Blends
Be Sure To Check Out . . .
PUPPY Themed Station/Center Signs
PUPPY Themed Job Chart Cards
KITTEN Themed Station/Center Signs
KITTEN Themed Job Chart Cards
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Thank you so much for taking a peek at my Thematic Frog Literacy Unit. If you follow me, you already know I love to leave you with a joke and a smile. I hope you enjoy this wacky frog joke….
THE SCIENTIST AND THE FROG
There once was a scientist who studied frogs. One day, the scientist put the frog on the ground and told it to jump. The frog jumped four feet.
So the scientist wrote in his notebook, "Frog with four feet - jumps four feet."
Next, the scientist cut off one of one of the frog’s legs. He told the frog to jump. The frog jumped three feet. So the scientist wrote in his notebook, "Frog with three feet - jumps three feet."
Next, the scientist cut of another leg. He told the frog to jump. The frog jumped two feet. So the scientist wrote in his notebook "Frog with two feet - jumps two feet."
The scientist cut off one more leg. He told the frog to jump. Frog jumped one foot. So the scientist wrote in his notebook, "Frog with one foot - jumps one foot."
So the scientist cut off the frog’s last leg.
"He said, "Frog jump. Frog jump. FROG JUMP!" The frog did not jump.
So the scientist wrote in his notebook, "Frog with no feet - goes deaf."