We have made frog masks. We have made a pond in the top garden. We love pretending to be frogs! What is the life cycle of a frog?
We made a story map to help us learn all about frogs. Can you retell what we know using the actions? Some of us had a go at drawing our own story maps. We looked at new vocabulary and drew pictures to help us remember what each word meant. We loved using different green materials to decorate our frogs, they look great on our classroom door.
We have been talking about the life cycle of a frog. Can you remember the different stages?
We are learning all about frogs. We have lots of different activities relating to frogs around the classroom. We love using the magnifying glasses to watch our tadpoles grow.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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