Five Little Speckled Frogs by Nikki SmithFive Little Speckled Frogs, sitting on a hollow log, eating some most delicious bugs. Yum, yum! This picture book beautifully illustrates the familiar childrens song through watercolor, collage and graphic design. Children and adults can easily read or sing the repetitive text while they count down from five. Watch for patterns by keeping an eye on the frogs and those most delicious bugs.
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Five Little Speckled Frogs
Five little speckled frogs, Sat on a speckled log, Eating some most delicious bugs. Yum yum! One jumped into the pool, Where it was nice and cool, Then there were four speckled frogs. Glub glub! Four little speckled frogs, Sat on a speckled log, Eating some most delicious bugs.
The above musical notation shows one variant of the song. The verse is then repeated with one fewer frog each time. The final verse ends "Then there were no green speckled frogs. There are hand motions people can follow during the song. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Five Little Speckled Frogs is a repetitive nursery rhyme. It is very popular among children. This rhyme is also ideal for teaching the kids counting. So what are you waiting for? Sing, count, learn and anjoy - all while you are singing the nursery rhyme Five Little Speckled Frogs.! Tip: This nursery rhyme is also great for teaching counting. Count on your fingers while singing!