Jump, Freddy, Jump
A frog's tongue is fastened to the front of his mouth. A frog can catch flies while jumping. Frogs eat flies. Dora and Fignewton use the felt-board technique to tell the story of Freddy Frog who found that he turned somersaults when he tried to jump for fliest. One day he entered a contest with another somersaulting frog and became so nervous he forgot how to turn somersaults. He did find that he could catch flies while he jumped, so he was happy anyways.
KETC, St. Louis; Leo Velleman; Dora Velleman; Bob Miller; Carl Johnson; Dr. John Whitney; Elaine D. Afton; L.J. Gallagher
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Puppets ; Frogs.
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Other: GR00424974; MDPI Barcode: 40000003368885
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