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1. What season is the poem about? How do you know? 2. What does it mean when it “dance raindrops, tap your wee feet”? 3. What does the word ‘wee’ mean in that sentence? 4. Where are the seedlings? How do you know? 5. Who do the raindrops need to tap harder for? Why? 6. What does ‘brisk pitter patter’ mean? 7. Can you draw what tumbling looks like? Can you think of another word you could use instead? 8. Now draw a picture to go with the poem, showing what you think is happening

Mrs MacDonald

Student Instructions

Reading VIPER 23.3.20

1. Tap on the instructions to listen to the poem. You can listen to it more than once. 2. Use highlighter to colour any words you aren’t sure of and discuss them with your grown up. 3. In your journal complete the VIPER questions attached in the notes. 4. If you would like to, use mic to record yourself reading the poem. 5. Tap the green check to post your work.

1st Grade, Reading
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