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by Byron Barton,Robert Kalan




FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A cumulative tale in which a frog tries to catch a fly without getting caught itself.
Download Jump, Frog, Jump! (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) epub
ISBN: 0833530089
ISBN13: 978-0833530080
Category: Children
Subcategory: Animals
Author: Byron Barton,Robert Kalan
Language: English
Publisher: Turtleback Books; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (October 26, 1989)
ePUB size: 1431 kb
FB2 size: 1370 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 378
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Avarm
Great book my son is eager to see what happens with the frog. Repeative so this is a must for early language learners.
Lianeni
The patterned text and predictable pictures (for the next animal encounter)
are excellent for young listeners and beginning readers. The color/black
and white pages also have a predictable pattern. After teaching kindergarten for over
31 years, I've never found a group of children that didn't quickly chime in,
"Jump, Frog, Jump." This is a favorite book to share. It is also fun to dramatize.
Boyn
Perfect for toddlers language development--point to pictures, find the frog, or read the text for older children.
Risteacor
One of these books which are not that interesting but my kids had to buy for a school report
EROROHALO
Classic book that's very cute! My husband loved this book when he was young, so we purchased it for our 2 young children and they love it just as much as daddy!! They love saying the "jump frog jump" part in the book. This book is fun and very entertaining!
Shazel
Great book for a small child. Very cute. Bought as a present for a child. He loved it. Age appropriate. Good buy.
Malara
Toddler not so amused by it. We usually skip this one when it's reading time.
The book was in good shaped as promised. I use this in school to work on sequencing with Kindergarten students. There is a worksheet online that goes along with the story book. The kids seem to really like this activity!