David Wiesner was born and raised in Bridgewater, New Jersey, and graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Illustration. His work has appeared in several children's books including The Loathsome Dragon , which he retold in collaboration with his wife, Kim Khang. " Freefall , his first book of his own authorship, was awarded a 1989 Caldecott Honor Medal. His most recent book is Hurricane , of which School Library Journal said, in a starred review, 'The fantasy spreads are detailed delights....We wouldn't wish a real hurricane on children, but this book will give them a taste of the magic of the moment when the lights go out.'
Get green construction paper and trace the lily pad.
Give them the safety scissors and make them cut it.
Give them the rubber frogs and they glue in the lily pad.
And that there little frogs on lilly pads .
Setting Characters Main idea Problem Solution The pond and all over the town. The man in the begging of the story , frogs, and pigs and dog How you use imagination, also how the frogs do things you cant really do in real life. There adventure stops. They have to go back home. the pads fall to earth and the frogs leap back to their pond.
The skill lesson we worked on today was story elements. One thing I understand better is the problem & solution. This skill will help me be a better reader because I have done all the test and graphic organizer has helped me out a lot.
I am going to remember how to use this skill by doing a good graphic organizer. One piece of advice I would give to someone working on this skill by working hard and not being disorganized and just try there best. In order to improve I will need to be more organized and responsible. One more thing I want you to know is how to use story elements more.