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butterflies_and_frogs

butterflies_and_frogs - Thinking Back...

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Thinking Back! Last week we looked at some baby  animals and matched them with their  parents. Can you remember? Can  anybody remember any of the baby  animals that we looked at?
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We learnt that a puppy is a baby  dog…
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and a kitten is a baby cat.
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Look again at these pictures. What can you tell me about these baby animals and their parents?
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I am sure all of you have seen a mother cat with kittens or a mother dog with puppies. Think what that cat and kitten looked like. If you thought the kittens looked a lot like their mother raise your hand. Good! If those puppies looked a lot like their mother, raise your hand. Good! You are all thinking well.
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Not all animals change that much as they grow  up. Think about it: someone your age looks a lot  like a grown-up. Although grown-ups may have  more wrinkles and grey hair! But they still have  two arms, two legs and one head—just like you!
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