Frog Facts (An illustrated decodable reader)


As a member of the development team, I am constantly scanning the pages of FreeReading to see what type of content users are adding to the early literacy program. This morning I was truly inspired when I came across Molly Fisher’s adaptation of the story Frog Facts–a decodable reader on FreeReading. Molly–your illustrations are beautiful! Thank you SO much for contributing your ideas and illustrations to the FreeReading community!


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3 Responses to “Frog Facts (An illustrated decodable reader)”

  1. 1 Molly February 19, 2008 at 12:38 am

    You’re welcome! I’m hoping to do some more soon.

  2. 2 Bonnie Franklin May 10, 2008 at 5:04 pm

    Thanks for your “Frog Facts” book online. I came across it looking for research on decodable books. What excited me, was that my intervention students just last week read a story about the life of swans and we made the connection to the life cycle of a frog and how both animals begin their life as an egg and go through several stages of physical changes before becoming a swan or a frog.

  3. 3 readinggal May 12, 2008 at 1:51 pm

    Thanks Bonnie.

    If you are interested in more decodables for your students, feel free to browse through more stories here:

    We are constantly adding stories and illustrations, so please check back often.


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