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Five Little Speckled Frogs Song

Five Little Speckled Frogs is a popular nursery rhyme that features frogs jumping into a pool where it is nice and cool. The catchy tune features one verse that is repeated while the number of frogs decreases. Hand motions and visuals can be added to help children remember the lyrics and to learn the concept of counting backwards. Below you will the words to the song as well as a printable version. Lyrics to Five Little Speckled Frogs: Five little speckled frogs Sat on a great big log Eating the most delicious bugs (flies or grubs)…Yum, Yum! One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Then there were four speckled frogs Glub, glub.   Four little speckled frogs Sat on a great big log Eating the most delicious bugs (flies or grubs)…Yum, Yum! One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Then there were three speckled frogs Glub, glub.   Three little speckled frogs Sat on a great big log Eating the most delicious bugs (flies or grubs)…Yum, Yum! One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Then there were two speckled frogs Glub, glub.   Two little speckled frogs Sat on a great big log Eating the most delicious bugs (flies or grubs)…Yum, Yum! One jumped into the pool Where it was nice and cool Then there was one...

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Summer Writing Prompts

Summer is a great time of year to engage a child in writing. Not only can it be fun, but continued writing is beneficial for the retention (and further development) of skills obtained during the school year. The following writing prompts are specific to summertime and aim to entice even reluctant writers. Summer Writing Prompt 3 Summer Writing Prompt 2 Summer Writing Prompt...

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What I Want to Do This Summer Worksheet

Summer is finally upon us, but the learning doesn’t have to stop with this fun summertime worksheet! Using the sunshine, children write 10 things they want to do this summer. Possible Modifications/Adaptations: As an added challenge, have student(s) choose 1-3 items to write about in more detail on the back of the worksheet. To simplify, number 1-5 of the lines and have student(s) write down his/her answers. Another option would be to write numbers 1-5 on the back of the worksheet and provide a line for each. Student(s) would then write answers on those lines. The sun could then...

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