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The Frog Olympics

 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prp3apQvb8U

 

Monday

Look at the front cover of the book The Frog Olympics. What can you see? How many frogs are there? What are 3 of the frogs standing on? What other things can you see on the front cover? What is the title of the book? What do you think this book will be about? Why?

 

Hard – hear an adult read the book The Frog Olympics Answer literal, inference and deduction questions from the book.

 

Medium – hear and adult read the book The Frog Olympics and answer literal questions from the story.

 

Easy – hear an adult read the book The Frog Olympics and point out key objects and characters from the story.

 

 

Tuesday

Read the story of the Frog Olympics. Ask questions from the story.

 

Hard – make a frog from clay/playdough. Then write a set of instructions on how to make the frog.

 

Medium – make a frog from clay/playdough. Participate in shared writing to write instructions on how to make a frog from clay.

 

Easy – make a frog from clay/playdough.

 

Wednesday

Read the story of the Frog Olympics. Ask questions from the story.

 

Hard – make a split pin frog, then write a set of instructions on how to make the frog.

 

Medium – make a split pin frog, then participate in shared writing to write a set of instructions on how to make the frog.

 

Easy – make a split pin frog.

 

 

 

Thursday

Watch and discuss facts about frogs:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJgW8PJCpaQ     and

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S82JsUiMdZo

 

Hard – Choose your favourite pictures and write some facts about frogs.

 

Medium – make a poster about frogs. Write a caption/phrase under each picture.

 

Easy – Choose your favourite pictures to make a poster about frogs.

 

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