How can you catch a raindrop? To start list different ideas, then pick one and work out a chronological (time order) sequence of steps for doing it.
Practise saying your sentences before writing.
You might suggest catching raindrops in a tub, on paper, in your mouths, your hands or on an umbrella. Remember to use chronological language for example, first, then, next, and finally.
Think about the instructions we wrote in Literacy a few weeks ago to help, you might like to draw a plan first.
Using the Lesson Presentation to help, talk about a range of common garden plants.
Using the Activity Sheet, draw a garden by choosing plants from the In the Garden Activity Sheet, draw them carefully and label them. I would love to see some pictures of your gardens!