This week we are thinking about life on the surface of a pond.
Revise the letters; g, o, c, k. Can you practice forming the letters correctly so that they are facing the right way and sitting on the line? Can you draw/write objects that start with these initial sounds?
Can you read this frog poem and copy out the tricky words?
Can you research insects that live on the surface of a pond? Choose one insect and draw a picture of it and write a sentence about it.
Listen to the podcast on Cbeebies radio about frogs.
Can you make a model of a pond? Use whatever junk modelling materials you have around the house. Cotton buds make excellent bull rushes, the bottom of fruit shoot bottles can be cut to make colourful lily pads.
Make a frog spawn painting by using old bubble wrap and printing with it or water down paint and use a straw to blow into it to create bubbles. Then place paper over the top to print the bubbles.
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