Imagine a world with a flourish environment, with animals you would never dream to see. Imagine a world where we could bring back extinct animals. Some people believe that bringing back animals is unethical. But these animals can do so much for us. We should bring back extinct animals because it can help the ecosystem and some of the animals extinction was our fault.
Mr. Samuel E. Frog was a great man. From the morning of October 15, 1927 to April 29, 2017, Mr. Frog has always inspired others by saying that they could be whomever they wanted to be. He was one of the rare amphibians you could really depend on and trust. He was constantly supporting each and every one of his children’s dreams, no matter how big or unrealistic.
Also, it suggests that they are related and they contribute to development more generally. They are suggested as being related because in order to build a friendship you have to accept them for who they are first. Young children are more likely to form friendships with children who they see on a regular basis. Preschool friends are more likely to maintain close proximity to one another than children who are not friends (Lindsey 2002). The findings of this study suggest that mutual friendship is an important factor in children 's social development as early as the preschool years.
The Voyage of the Frog starts off when the main character’s uncle gets cancer. He was always a sailor then the main character named david had learned all about sailing from him so before he died he told david his last wish was for him to take the frog, his boat, to sea until he couldn’t see land anymore and throw his ashes into the water. So he did what his uncle wanted him to do but on the way there things get a little rough. On the way there he runs into a whole ton of problems the first one he encountered is a giant storm out of nowhere, the second one is running out of food and water, the third one is exhaustion and need of medical attention. The genre of the book is fiction.
The most famous story about Smiley and his frog was when Dan'l didn't jump. One day, a stranger came to town. He questioned what was in a box Smiley was carrying. It was the frog, Dan’l Webster. He didn't think the frog was anything special, so Smiley decided to prove the stranger wrong. He went to the swap and caught another frog then quickly returned to the stranger. They bet $40 dollars and started the race. The new frog jumped away immediately but Dan’l Webster didn't move at all. The Stranger walked away with the cash. When Smiley investigated Dan’l, there was a huge amount of quail shot. Smiley gave chase after the stranger but he could not find
This is when the story begins to take a turn. After Trippetta was forcefully pushed and takes the contents to the face, Hop-Frog begins to show his brutality and hostility towards the king and his ministers. There was a noise that began to echo around the room, it was the noise of anger, noise of irritation, and the noise of revenge.
Since I was a child, I loved making friends. Whenever I saw someone new, I would run up to them and immediately become best friends with them. As I grew up, I recall some occasions when I felt left out. I remember being so sad that they wouldn't include me. From that day on, I made a commitment to make everyone feel involved because that feeling of being left out was one of the worst feelings a young boy/girl could ever have.
Before I came to Baker Middle School, I attended elementary school in Laytonsville. I had a group of friends that consisted of five people, Olivia Fink, Olivia Pallas, Mason LeBlanc, Kody Johnson, and Stefan Jacob. The Olivia’s both attend this school alongside me, but sadly the other three attends a different school. I became friends with those three because we all had common interests in multiple categories such as cartoons and humor. I still keep in touch with them, but I know we aren’t as close as we used to be. With the Olivia’s we all became best friends in the first week of Kindergarten and we still have been by each other’s side since. We became friends because we all sat next to each other on our little chairs, and talked about anything
Your childhood is where you should make friends and your childhood shouldn’t be uncomfortable, it should be filled with having fun and happiness. And their still my friends to this date.
My other best friend was Michael. He was half-white and half-black. For that reason, he was often teased and beaten because he was a zebra (that is what the black kids called him). At the time, I was four years old and Michael was seven. Although my mother did not allow me to leave our block, we sneaked out anyway. He showed me the ropes, the ins and outs of ghetto life. He showed me how things worked in the hood--the dangerous people to stay away from, like drug dealers, how to get around safely from one neighborhood to another, and the neighborhoods to stay away from. We also played house, dolls, hide and go seek-all the childhood games-while at the same time managing to learn and adapt to this no-nonsense environment.
I think everything goes in a perfect way as it’s the first time for us to teach students. However, the time was very short but we controlled every thing and we start and end on time, rather than that the students were very exiting and interesting to know about the life cycke of the frog, and they did the activities and participate and some of them were asking questions about the frog, for example, where the frog live?. In addition, they were engage wich ,eans that they understand the lesson.
In the story the, “The Notorious Frog of Calaveras County” Jim Smiley, a gambler, he will bet you money on anything and everything. The story is talking about an amazing frog that was supposed to beat another man’s frog in a jumping contest. This essay is supposed to be about the insertion of technology to the story. The technology I would insert, would be a tape measurer.
“The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras” was written by Mark Twain in 1867. This story uses a style of writing, called ‘Local Color Writing’, to add personality to the story. Local color writing is when the storyteller uses characters, dialect, and customs from a specific region. “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” uses a more southern, backwoods style of local color writing. A few examples of this are how the story is written in southern slang, the names of some of the characters, and how the characters speak. One of my favorite pieces of this story’s color writing is as follows; “Thish-yer Smiley had a mare the boys called her the fifteen- minute nag, but that was only in fun, you know, because, of course, she was faster than
The Frog King has a lot of symbolism and lessons? Written within it. One of the big things I believe this story was written for was to show the young girls reading it that arranged marriage wasn’t that bad. At first the girl is detested by the frog,but is still forced to honor her promise by her father. She still despises the frog until she either kisses him or is thrown against the wall,depending on the version, and changes into a handsome prince. This just goes to show forced marriages can still turn out good and it isn’t as bad as it first seems. I also believe the gold ball could further symbolize arranged marriage. Gold is often a color that is associated with wealth and the girl looses “her favorite toy” which is the golden ball. I believe in some situations this could show how her family lost their wealth and is marrying the daughter off to a “frog king” to get it back. Similar to how the frog retrieves her golden ball, he returns the wealth to her/ her family.
The Rana pipien is a frog more commonly known by the name Northern Leopard Frog. They are characterized by dark spots on their dorsal side and dorsolateral folds and considered medium sized. This strong jumper is difficult to catch during the day. It emits startling “warning screams” when jumping into the water and when grabbed. The frog may also release urine to discourage potential predator and reduce weight for jumping. The Rana pipien eats a variety of invertebrates. During winter, they often spend it under under submerged logs or rocks in small streams or marshes where large numbers may congregate.