Frog on a log. Oh My. This book made me laugh out loud. Why should a frog HAVE to sit on log. “Logs are all hard and uncomfortable.And they can give you splinters. Ouch!” It’s a perfectly good argument, but cat doesn’t want to hear it. Frogs belong on logs, just like parrots belong on carrots. The cat seems to making making points, but frog continues to argue until he asks the wrong question, “WHAT DO DOGS SIT ON?”
frog on a log Introduction
Before reading the story, students need to be comfortable with rhyming. This book looks are all different types of animals and shows where they would sit in the rhyming world. Ask for predictions about where they think several of the animals would sit.
This is a rhyming FREEBIE. There are 3 rhyming activities in the set. I have provided 24 rhyming
sets. These cards can be used as a whole group activity or pocket chart activity. I have also provided a “I Have, Who Has” using the same rhyming cards. Finally, there is an individual rhyming sheet for students.
Enjoy the book and enjoy the Frog on a Log FREEBIE.