“The Power of True Friendship”
by Traci Swain
Check out this quick teacher review of Frog and Toad Are Friends by Arnold Lobel for ideas on how you can use the beloved Caldecott Honor book in your classroom.
Spring is here! And it’s the perfect time to introduce young readers to these timeless stories of friendship and everyday adventures.
Whether you’re looking for seasonal springtime stories, touching lessons on dealing with life’s obstacles, or fun read-aloud tales starring two sweet amphibians, Frog and Toad Are Friends is a fantastic choice for a wide range of ages, classrooms, and lessons.
Watch this Scholastic Book Clubs–exclusive review with Amanda Mills, a second grade teacher at PS 200 The James McCune Smith School in New York City, and learn why she jumped at the chance to share Frog and Toad Are Friends with her students—and why Amanda found herself laughing along as well!
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