Frogs and Toads Are Different
Second graders identify the unique characteristics of frogs and toads. Through Internet research and reading the book Frog and Toad are Friends by Arnold Lobel, 2nd graders compare and contrast the two amphibians.
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Compare and Contrast: Frogs and Toads
Practice comparing and contrasting in this learning exercise. Young learners read a passage about frogs and toads, observe signal words, and identify ways they are the same and different. They write short answer examples, complete a Venn...
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Students write a story. For this frogs and toads comparison lesson, students read facts comparing frogs and toads, use a t-chart to record factual information and complete a Venn Diagram. Students complete a four square writing template...
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