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Title: Frog and Toad Presents The Garden Written and Illustrated by Arnold Lobel


1
Frog and ToadPresentsThe GardenWritten and
Illustratedby Arnold Lobel
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2
What do you already know about Frog and Toad, and
their friendship?
3
Lets see what you know
  • How do seeds grow into plants?
  • How long does it take for a seed to grow?
  • What do plants need to survive? water light
    space to grow

4
Why are the Frog and Toad stories fantasies?
  • Because
  • Frog and Toad behave and speak like people!

5
Vocabulary Words
  • ground
  • shouted
  • frightened
  • fine
  • garden
  • work
  • soon
  • planted
  • growing
  • close
  • path
  • noise
  • poor
  • afraid
  • leave
  • looked
  • candles
  • window
  • tired

6
As we read the story, think about who keeps
trying?
  • How does he keep trying?
  • Why doesnt he quit or give up?

7
LETS READ
You better remember to print match!!! Im
watching you!!!
8
Lets Make Connections
  • How does this story relate to our
    concept/question board Keep Trying?
  • How is Toad different than the Itsy Bitsy Spider?
  • How are Frog and Toad like Ruby Bridges, Harriet
    Tubman, and Martin Luther King Jr.?

9
Lets Summarize
  • We summarize to help us remember what happened!
  • Raise your hand if you can summarize The Garden
    for us.

10
  • Lets sequence the methods Toad tried to make his
    seeds grow
  • 1. Toad tells his seeds to start growing.
  • 2. Toad loudly tells his seeds to start growing.
  • 3. Toad shouted NOW SEEDS START GROWING!
  • 4. Toad read a long story by candlelight to his
    seeds.
  • 5. Toad sang songs to his seeds in the rain.
  • 6. Toad read poems all day to his seeds.
  • 7. Toad played music all day to his seeds.

11
Parts of a story
  • Title
  • The Garden
  • Author
  • Arnold Lobel
  • Characters
  • Frog and Toad
  • Setting (Time and Place in which the story
    happens)
  • Frog and Toads house and their gardens

12
Lets Discuss
  • How did Toad feel when his garden didnt grow?
  • How would you feel if you tried to do something
    and you were not successful?
  • Tell us about a time when this happened to you.

13
Why did Toads garden finally grow?
14
What is a goal?
  • What is Toads goal?
  • Share a goal you have.
  • What are the problems in the story?
  • Why didnt Toad give up?

15
HARD WORK
  • Frog said growing a garden is hard work.
  • Toad agreed it is hard work!
  • What is the difference between the kind of hard
    work Frog meant and the work Toad did?
  • Frog was talking about taking care of a garden by
    watering and weeding.
  • Toad was talking about singing, reading, and
    playing music to his seeds!

16
Drawing Conclusions
  • Did you know
  • The author does not write everything he wants you
    to know in the story!!!
  • Readers must draw conclusions in order to figure
    everything out!
  • The author gives you clues and information about
    the characters and events, that you can use to
    help you draw conclusions.
  • Lets Try It

17
  • 1. What kind of person (animal) is Toad?
  • What are the clues that help us know?
  • Conclusion
  • Toad is not a patient person.
  • Does Toad know a lot about gardening?
  • What are the clues that help us know?
  • Conclusion
  • He does not know a lot about gardening.
  • Conclusion Toad didnt understand seeds need
    time to grow.
  • What are the clues that help us know this?
  • We know Toad reads a story to his seeds, but the
    author doesnt tell us why he does this.
  • What can we conclude why he does this?
  • Conclusion
  • Because the seeds are afraid to grow and afraid
    of the dark.

18
More Drawing Conclusions
  • What is Toad trying to accomplish (his goal)?
  • Think about the clues
  • What was Toads wish?
  • He reads, sings, and plays music.
  • Conclusion
  • Toad is trying to get his seeds to grow and not
    be afraid.
  • He is trying to get his garden to grow.

19
Compare Contrast
  • What Toad Did
  • with
  • What Frog Said
  • What actually made the seeds grow?
  • Rain
  • Sunlight
  • Time

20
Lets talk about
21
Can you label the lifecycle of a frog?
22
Compare and ContrastFrogs and Toads
Amphibians Hatch from eggs
Have no teeth Have teeth on upper jaw
Have a backbone Have a brain and heart
Lay eggs in chains Lay eggs in clusters
Jump Walk
Dry, warty skin Smooth, slimy skin
Young have gills Adults have lungs
23
Friendship
  • What makes a good friendship?

24
You can achieve ANYTHING!
  • A frog and toad can accomplish anything if they
    keep trying.
  • JUST LIKE YOU!!!
  • Always remember
  • Be patient!
  • Never quit!
  • Think positive!
  • Keep trying!
  • Give it your best!

25
Lets have some fun!
26
The End
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