From Tadpole to Frog
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From Tadpole to Frog (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science, Stage 1)

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Wendy Pfeffer describes the amazing metamorphosis from tiny, jellylike egg, to little fishy tadpole, to great big bullfrog. Holly Keller has created the archetypal frog pond and we see it through the seasons as the tadpoles grow legs and lungs and eventually hop onto land: bullfrogs at last. "Well-designed ink drawings washed with soft-toned watercolors stretch across the...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published April 22nd 1994 by HarperCollins (first published January 1st 1994)
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Nadia
I read this book to my Kindergartners today to follow up on what they learned about the life cycle of a frog this week. It is a very good book with simple language and clear illustrations to facilitate readers' understanding of what stages the frogs are going through from when they are born a tadpole to until they become an adult frog. The metamorphoses of the frog's life can be described easily after reading this story. I specifically loved how the four seasons are mentioned as well as what is...more
Kim T.
For a stage 1 book, this was just right. My kids were enthralled.
Katherine Fountain
This book is a very basic and easy to understand approach to topic that can be confusing. Despite new vocabulary words like Metamorphosis and Froglet, my third graders really grasped the concept. Many of my student's had heard of tadpoles and all had heard of frogs so they were excited for the topic. The book offers great images to illustrate each phase of the frog's life cycle. I assigned each student a phase and they drew and wrote a small paragraph about their phase. Great book for life scien...more
Wendy
This would be a great book to use when teaching life cycle. This book takes the reader through the growth from egg to bullfrog. The students would be able to see how the frog changes as the seasons change. The pictures are detailed and it doesn't read like a science book.
Caitlin Day
This non-fiction book does a great job of teaching children about the life cycle of a frog. It has a gross out factor when describing the egg and the metamorphosis of a frog. This would be a great book to incorporate to your students about the life cycle.
Cornelius
For kindergarten children, I would use this book for science to explain to children the transformation of a tadpole into a frog. In addition, explain the characteristics of a tadpole and a frog.
Kristin
This is a great book that has simple text, and great illustrations, this will be a wonderful book to use when learning life cycles.
Jaquoya Cothran
This is a great book to introduce life cycles to young children. The children will read about the metamorphosis of a frog.
Sarah
Perfect science book for early grades...
-teaches the life cycle
-teaches about frogs life process
Brittany N
This book can be used to discuss life cycles. It describes a tadpole changing to a frog.
Teri
Usually love these read and find out science--this one is great. interlibrary loan
Sarah Ziskend
Good for teaching:
Life cycle
formation/cycle of a frog
predictor/prey
Heather
47 months - a simple book but good for preschoolers.
Linda Costello
Great science book for explaining the lifecycle of a frog.
Amy-Marie
grades 2-5 teaching children about a frogs life cycle.
Holly E Trujillo
Great book, I am looking for more in this collection!
Jenna
it was ok,but it was int my farvrit
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Wendy Pfeffer is an award winning author of many children’s books. A former teacher and nursery school director, Mrs. Pfeffer lives in Pennington, New Jersey. In addition to writing, she continues to teach writing and visit schools to share her work.
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