Frog 100's Chart: Can you see the frog? After Tyler completed it, he couldn't figure out what it looked like...
The Continent Hop & Continent Twister: we learned that frogs are found on every continent except Antarctica, so after becoming breathless from the Continent Hop from Spell Outloud, Tyler played Twister-- "Continent Style"-- he didn't last long! He had never played before!
Fill it In Worksheet, we practiced 10 more, 10 less, 1 more, and 1 less.
Frog Life Cycle: The green paper plate is our lily pad and each picture shows a different part of the life cycle; we used sticky dots for the body and Tyler labeled the stages and drew parts.
Paper Plate Frog: Tyler wanted his frog to be blue! We also added a party-blower for some froggie tongue action!
the original.... still tasted good though!
Snappy the Turtle Syllable Game:
The only thing left to do is go to a pond and see if we can spot any turtles or frogs! We still have to do our Nature Walk from The Story of Ferdinand, too--- do you see a pattern here, "nature" based learning isn't something I'm good at implementing!
More Ideas & Inspiration:
Our Homeschool Fun-- "Song of the Water Boatman"/ Pond Unit
Delightful Learning-- "Play with Me"/ Pond Life Unit