Meg’s eggs is a great book to talk about eggs and dinosaurs. It is simple, easy to comprehend and mime, it gives the chance to hypothesise around which animals come out of an egg, spells and what dinosaurs ate. The story is told in the past tense; this means that the children will actively listen and learn some of the verbs naturally, thanks to the rythm of the story, the rhymes and the funny element in it.
Below, you will find a pack of 6 lesson plans for this story.
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