This challenge looks at poems about animals and some of the strange things they do. To find the answers, all you have to do is listen to each of the poems. This is just for fun, but if you like the poems you find you can also create your very own collection of them. Simply click on the heart symbol next to the poem to build your own collection in your MyArchive space and call it ‘Challenge No 3. Then you can share it with your friends, and even share it with us via our contact page. Good luck!
The answers are below – no peeking until you are finished!
What should you never approach a stork with in ‘Please Do Not Feed the Animals’?
‘Alligator Pie’ thinks about alligators – what will happen if you can’t get alligator soup?
How many lives does a cat have to spare in ‘Cat-Rap’?
How big are crocodiles in Joan Poulson’s poem ‘So Small’?
What noise does the fork make on the china dish in Rachel Roddy’s poem ‘The Language of Cat’?