The Frog With No Name
Paint Picture & Story Designed By Rebecca Harper


    There was a frog that had no name.  He searched and searhed for the perfect name. The frog lived in a small pond.  The pond was full of letters and lilypads. Letter A lived with letter B.  Letter C lived with letter D.  Every letter in the alphabet lived with another letter. The frog moved everyday from lilypad to lilypad.
    One day letter H floated by and suggested the frog name himself  Harry.  Harry was the perfect name because it started with the letter H. Day after day, different letters suggested different names. One day the frog seen a bubble in the pond.  The frog approached the bubble and seen  something looking back at him.  In the reflection he seen himself and yelled, " That's me!"  It excited him so much, he named himself, Me. 
    All of the letters in the pond thought it was a great name, especially letter M.

Critical thinking questions to ask students that would change your story to their story:
1. How would you change the main character? (Introduction)
2. Where would your story take place?(Setting)
3. What would happen to the main character in your story?(Plot)
4. How would your story end?(Ending)