Read the story “In the deep, deep sea” with your child. Read the story twice, the first time you read. Read for enjoyment, the second time you read the story, stop and ask your child questions. For example, What animal do you see in the deep, deep sea? What do they look like? What is the animal doing?
Use this template to write your own version of the “deep, deep sea” Complete the sentence strip, what animal (noun) do you want looking at you? What do they look like (adjective) What are they doing (verb)? Refer back to the story for more ideas. Write down your ideas on swimming with parts of speech template. After, you write your sentence be sure to complete your picture on top.
Let’s collect data and graph. Ask your family if they prefer to swim in a swimming pool? or in the ocean? Use this template to collect your data with tallies, build your graph, and write a sentece about your graph. Think to yourself, which one has more? Which one has less? Is there anyone else you can call to ask?
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