Lesson 10: Show and Tell

Peppa Pig: Flying a Kite

Did you enjoy flying your kites the other day? Peppa and George also like flying kites. Let's see what happens to them in this episode.

What color is their kite? Why is George sad? What does Peppa think? Why can't they fly the kite? How do they notice that it's windy now? What happens to the kite? How does Daddy Pig bring down the kite? What happens to him? How do they all feel at the end? Why?



Kite Craft





What color was Peppa's kite? What shape was it? We can use the bubble blower paintings to make beautiful diamond shape kites. First, we cut a rectangle shape. Fold it in half by bringing the two longer sides together. Now, we measure 5 centimeters from the top on the outer side and mark the spot with a pencil. Cut off the edges to get a triangle shape.  Open it. Can you see the diamond shape? Glue it on your lapbook. What do we do next? Yes, we have to draw the tail and we can decorate it with tissue paper. 



Unit 2 Lapbook: What can you do in the park?






We collect all the materials we made during unit 2: The Three Little Pigs houses and characters, the two sets of play cards and the Nature Scavenger Hunt sheet. We put the cards in envelopes and decorate them with heart shapes cut out from the bubble blower paintings we did the other day. Then we organize them into a lapbook. 



What can you do? Can you build? Can you kick the ball?

What did we see on our nature walk?

Look at this piggy! What house did he build? Let's act out the story. Which pig would you like to play?



Flower Hunt





There are many great scavenger hunt printables for free on Woodland Trust and this time we chose Flower Hunt. 


How many different flowers can we spot on our walk? Can you see flowers visited by bees and butterflies? Can you see a magical flower carpet? How about lots of flowers on one stem? 




Lesson 9: Show me


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