You may want to introduce the farm babies first before you use the story script. When you mention a poult, point to the turkey-like figure, then say, "This is the baby of a turkey." When you say lamb, point to the lamb, and mention that the parent is called a sheep. When you mention a colt, point to the baby horse. Be careful that you distinguish between foal and colt. A foal is the baby of a donkey. :)
Ok, these are simple but hey, I still want to go over them... When you mention calf, point to the baby black & white cow. A kid is the young one of a goat, which has a bell around its neck. When you mention puppy, point to the baby dog with freckles. Do you think he's happy? Pointing to the kitten and piglet, say that they are the young ones of a cat and a pig, respectively. When you reach duckling, point to the baby duck and a kit is the young one of a rabbit. Likewise, a chick is a baby hen or cock and a cockerel is an adult rooster.
At the end of your storytime activity, playfully review the lesson by pointing out the baby animals while you say their names. You also get a story script to go along with the set.
Playtime Felts are so simple and fun to use, your child will love caring for their own farm babies!
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