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Flora the Frog Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-10 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings
ISBN:1561452238
LANGUAGE:English

"On one level, this is a fun, sweet book with a good ending. It is a great read-aloud, and teaches some good morals.

On another level, this book can be very helpful for adults working with a child who may have difficulty expressing their thoughts and concerns. Reading the book together could be used to open conversations about how to talk about things that are hard. Also, adults may want to read and ponder on their own in order to understand children. Sometimes children do things that are wrong, including telling lies, not because they have bad motives, but because they don't know how to say what they really want to say.
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"I liked this book. I thought it taught a good lesson about why it is so important to express your feelings about things. I didn't like the fact that she lied to her mom and threw the frog in the tree. But, also that goes along with the lesson at hand. She threw the frog in the tree and felt bad, then lied to her mom. She let her feelings build up inside her but didn't express them until she saw the real frogs in the pond. In the end her mom helped her and made it so that she was a pretty frog and that made her feel better.

Learning Experience: Learn to express how you feel, and if you don't like something change it so that you do. Have a cd with at least five different songs. Play a song that is happy, sad, crazy mad, exciting, and sluggish. Then have the children tell you how each song makes them feel and act it out using their bodies.
" said.

"On one level, this is a fun, sweet book with a good ending. It is a great read-aloud, and teaches some good morals.

On another level, this book can be very helpful for adults working with a child who may have difficulty expressing their thoughts and concerns. Reading the book together could be used to open conversations about how to talk about things that are hard. Also, adults may want to read and ponder on their own in order to understand children. Sometimes children do things that are wrong, including telling lies, not because they have bad motives, but because they don't know how to say what they really want to say.
" said.

"I liked this book. I thought it taught a good lesson about why it is so important to express your feelings about things. I didn't like the fact that she lied to her mom and threw the frog in the tree. But, also that goes along with the lesson at hand. She threw the frog in the tree and felt bad, then lied to her mom. She let her feelings build up inside her but didn't express them until she saw the real frogs in the pond. In the end her mom helped her and made it so that she was a pretty frog and that made her feel better.

Learning Experience: Learn to express how you feel, and if you don't like something change it so that you do. Have a cd with at least five different songs. Play a song that is happy, sad, crazy mad, exciting, and sluggish. Then have the children tell you how each song makes them feel and act it out using their bodies.
" said.

"On one level, this is a fun, sweet book with a good ending. It is a great read-aloud, and teaches some good morals.

On another level, this book can be very helpful for adults working with a child who may have difficulty expressing their thoughts and concerns. Reading the book together could be used to open conversations about how to talk about things that are hard. Also, adults may want to read and ponder on their own in order to understand children. Sometimes children do things that are wrong, including telling lies, not because they have bad motives, but because they don't know how to say what they really want to say.
" said.

"I liked this book. I thought it taught a good lesson about why it is so important to express your feelings about things. I didn't like the fact that she lied to her mom and threw the frog in the tree. But, also that goes along with the lesson at hand. She threw the frog in the tree and felt bad, then lied to her mom. She let her feelings build up inside her but didn't express them until she saw the real frogs in the pond. In the end her mom helped her and made it so that she was a pretty frog and that made her feel better.

Learning Experience: Learn to express how you feel, and if you don't like something change it so that you do. Have a cd with at least five different songs. Play a song that is happy, sad, crazy mad, exciting, and sluggish. Then have the children tell you how each song makes them feel and act it out using their bodies.
" said.

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