I Have A Little Frog Poem

A fun poem with accompanying large-print pages, cut-out/rebuild pages and a task card.

Upgrade for just $47/year to download this resource and hundreds more

Ideal to use in the classroom when learning about the structure of a simple poem, rhyme and rhythm.

How to use this resource

  • Select and download the school font required for your class.
  • Print the poem and accompanying pages. Make multiple copies of the cut-out/rebuild pages and cut into strips.
  • As a class, read the poem aloud while focusing on the rhythm and rhyme.
  • Display and discuss the large print pages, discuss the rhyming words, poem structure and punctuation.
  • Ask the children to rebuild the poem using the cut-out/rebuild strips and stick into their books.
  • What comes next?… Use the task card to explore verbs, nouns and adjectives within the poem. Change the adjectives in the poem and see how it changes the message of the poem.






- Comic Sans

- Comic Sans

- D'Nealian

- NSW Foundation

- QLD Beginners

- SA Beginners

- Sassoon Infant

- TAS Beginners

- Vict. Pre-cursive (WA/NT/VIC)

- Zaner-Bloser

How to use this teaching resource

  • Great for double letters and ‘le’ focus ‘bubble’ ‘little’ ‘gobble’.
  • Works well with alliteration ‘Tiny Tim’
  • As always with songs, poems and rhymes – some great opportunities for ‘playing with words’ – circling, colouring in, listing rhyming words, little words within words, find phonic sounds.
  • Make up new words to go in the poem (this is really great fun). For example ‘I have a little___________, His name is ______ ______ etc – make one up as a class first, then ask children to make up individual rhymes. CONCEPT BOOK FOR THIS IS NOW AVAILABLE
  • It’s always really good for children to move to the rhythm of poems and rhymes. Incorporate some kind of movement to this poem as the children recite it eg. walking, stomping, clapping etc.

Similar Resource Collections

Comments & Reviews

  • Amazing thank you

    Comment by Munirah Dlamini on November 5, 2019 at 7:31 am

    • You’re very welcome Munirah! Thank you for your kind feedback.
      Kind regards,

      Official comment by Emma Stuart on November 17, 2019 at 11:27 pm

You must be logged in to post a comment.