Maar als een vis wordt beoordeeld op zijn vaardigheid om in bomen te klimmen, zal hij zichzelf zijn hele leven als een mislukkeling beschouwen. Jul 30, Nicole rated it it was amazing Shelves: children. Frog is Frog This book learns young children that not everyone is the same.
And it is okay to be different. Everyone doubts about something in their lives. When we meet other people we attent to compare or selfs with the other. Frog learn that he is who is he and he doesnt need to be someone else. Beautiful story, well written! Mooi boekje.
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Te gebruiken bij vriendschap , eigen talenten zoeken, talenten van anderen ook waarderen. Kikker is kikker, eend is eend, rat is rat, varken is varken, haas is haas en kikker is en blijft kikker, die heel goed kan springen! Net als de andere kikker boeken van Max Velthuijs, blijft dit boek fantastisch om te gebruiken in de klas. De boodschap iedereen is anders, maar je bent goed zoals je bent is krachtig.
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De eenvoudige platen, maken het boek begrijpelijk en vullen de tekst op goede wijze aan. Meteen weer zin om meerdere kikker boeken te lezen. De boekjes over Kikker zijn altijd een feestje. Naast de leuke, grappige en duidelijke verhaaltjes en vrolijke, doeltreffende tekeningen snijden de boekjes altijd een thema aan die op een toegankelijke manier uitnodigen tot een gesprek met je kinderen.
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We hebben er thuis een aantal in de kast staan en ze vervelen nooit. Uiteraard heeft elk figuur inmiddels zijn eigen stemmetje! Apr 03, Beth rated it liked it Shelves: ks1. Age- KS1 Story- Through Frog's adventures, he learns that his friends love him for being himself—an ordinary green frog. Themes-animals, animal classes, differences Classroom: Differences between everyone The differences between the animals. Jun 19, Maria rated it really liked it Shelves: for-kidz-read-owned.
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A great read for a boost of confidence. Mar 28, Mrs. This is a great book to teach young children that we are all different, that we all have talents and we need to be happy with who we are. Nicely done. De boodschap van dit boek is om van jezelf te houden. Dat iedereen zijn eigen talenten heeft en op zijn eigen manier mooi is.
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Kikker is Kikker heeft een schitterende boodschap: 'je bent goed zoals je bent'. Een fijn voorleesboek voor leerlingen tot en met groep 4, maar stiekem ook erg leuk voor de voorlezer. Oct 29, Alex Butler added it.
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Frog is Frog is a dual language English-Somali storybook that tells the story of Frog, who becomes disillusioned with his own identity and is jealous of his other friends abilities. He first meets Duck, who can fly, in seeing this Frog makes a set of wings for himself which do not work, and plunge him back to the ground. And you are a Frog, and we all love you. I enjoyed this book; the illustrations are lovely and also comical, the language is colourful, with a great use of expressive adjectives and adverbs that will challenge and expand its young audiences vocabulary.
It is a dual language book that is accessible to English speakers as well as Somali. This book would be a great starting point for a PSHE lesson for nursery, perhaps, up to Yr 1, or just a story to read to pupils for a carpet session or at the end of the day. The characters are well defined, so children will be able to recognise them independently after a first read.
View 1 comment. Apr 29, Lily rated it it was amazing. Following the story of a frog's identity crisis, this book is an excellent resource for children to develop a sense of being comfortable in their own skin. Frog initially thinks he is beautiful because he is all green, but after meeting other animals that each think they are beautiful, he doubts his looks and abilities.
Although the reading level is not particularly challenging the moral of the story is powerful for children and adults alike, in the sense that no one ever seems content with what Following the story of a frog's identity crisis, this book is an excellent resource for children to develop a sense of being comfortable in their own skin. Although the reading level is not particularly challenging the moral of the story is powerful for children and adults alike, in the sense that no one ever seems content with what they have, and that is perfectly acceptable.
The story instigates the notion that individuals should be happy with what they have and that could provide comfort and encourage a sense of pride in children. A follow up session could include children speaking about something they are proud of which they have personally achieved.
Sapo es verde y no puedo volar. A cool children's book with a great message. Be yourself. Jan 06, Sue Lyle rated it really liked it. All the 'Frog" books make great reading for children from and the concepts embedded in they make them suitable for older children for P4C. I love all of them. Nat rated it it was amazing May 07, Carlijne rated it really liked it Apr 30, Debby rated it liked it Mar 02, Ivy rated it really liked it Sep 22, Patrick rated it it was ok Jan 12, Marie Anne rated it really liked it Nov 16, Katy Larkman rated it it was amazing Feb 15, Valerie Vaes rated it really liked it Apr 10, About Max Velthuijs.
Max Velthuijs. Max Velthuijs — was a Dutch painter, illustrator and writer, one of the most famous children's illustrators in the Netherlands. In he received the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for his "lasting contribution to children's literature". Velthuijs was born in The Hague on 22 May On a cool autumn day, a frog and a toad awake in their separate houses to find that their yards are filled with fallen leaves.
But, unbeknown to either of them, after the raking is done and as they are walking back to their respective homes, a wind comes and undoes all of their hard work, leaving their yards as leaf-strewn as they were at the beginning. But Frog and Toad both feel satisfied believing that they have done the other a good turn.
What does a child learn from this? That doing good deeds can make the doer feel good, even if those deeds go unrecognized?kick-cocoa.info/components/quwihakal/vefy-app-spia.php
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That those to whom we feel closest will never fully know how much we care for them? One wonders if the friends will meet the next day and ask each other expectantly whether cleaning up their yards had been difficult, only to be flummoxed when they heard that, yes, it was. Instead, like a sitcom that starts each episode with its narrative slate wiped clean, the next story in the book finds Toad waiting anxiously for Frog to arrive at his house for Christmas Eve dinner.
Lobel, who wrote and illustrated the Frog and Toad series , was born in and raised in Schenectady, New York. Many of these stories still make me laugh, like the one in which Toad wakes up and makes a list of things to do. More on children's literature. I asked Adrianne, who now has a teen-age daughter of her own, why she thinks the two characters have such staying power. I went out. I want to be alone.