Froggy Goes to Hawaii

FOR THE WEEKEND, share this fun summer time title with your child! 

Froggy Goes to Hawaii is appropriate for children of all ages.

Froggy Goes to Hawaii is a fun installment in the Froggy series. Froggy and his family are headed on vacation to the island of Hawaii. Naturally Froggy wants to do it all, surf, hula, swim, but of course with Froggy things don’t always go as planned. It can be hard to use patience or listening skills when it comes to all of the fun things to do on vacation. Come along with Froggy’s family and enjoy all of their Hawaiian adventures.

Practice this Comprehension Strategy-Making Connections:
After reading Froggy Goes to Hawaii you’ll have the perfect opportunity to help your child make connections to the story. Have you and your family been to Hawaii? Have you been on vacation anywhere else? Is it sometimes hard to be patient when so many fun things are just waiting for you? Froggy Goes to Hawaii can be a mirror where your child sees themselves and their family, or perhaps a window to an exciting Hawaiian vacation.

Do this with your child:
After you and your child make connections with Froggy Goes to Hawaii take the time to talk about your own favorite vacation. Once you have picked a fun memory, or maybe you have an idea of where you’d like to go, draw a picture to commemorate that fun destination.

If you’re interested in sharing Froggy Goes to Hawaii with your child you can find it from Puffin Books here. Please like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. For more Froggy adventures and to learn about author Jonathan London check out his website

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