Art and Craft_Let’s make a frog

This is a follow-up activity from Learning the letter ‘f’.

Time needed: 15 minutes

Materials needed: Green A4 paper, plastic eye balls, clear glue and marker
Materials needed: Green A4 paper, plastic eye balls, clear glue and marker

Instructions:

  • (Beforehand) I cut out one green circle for the body of the frog followed by two smaller white ones for the eyes.
  • Told C that we are going to learn about Frogs today and before we begin, let’s make a frog.
  • Instructed C to place his palm on another green A4 paper.
  • Assisted him in cutting out the hands.
  • Used clear glue with a brush end to ‘paint’ the glue onto the various body parts of the frog
Worksheet for the letter 'f'
Worksheet for the letter ‘f’
  • I asked C to refer to the worksheet and see what is missing. He was able to point out that the mouth was missing. He took the marker and drew a smiley mouth.
Next, I showed C another picture and ask him what was missing. He could point out that the tongue was missing. I directed him to the nostril and said that's like our nose. He proceeded to draw the nostrils and tongue.
Next, I showed C another picture and ask him what was missing. He could point out that the tongue was missing from his craft. I directed him to the nostril and said it was like our nose. He proceeded to draw the nostrils and tongue on his craft.
  • When he is done with the drawing, I asked him what is this animal. He was able to verbalise ‘frog’. I instructed him to write the word down on the paper.

Done.

We moved on to learning about Patterns, ‘What comes next? Circle it.’

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