this is a fun PDF activity booklet based on the book the rainbow fish. it contains literacy (such as dictionary or word work) and numeracy (such as spot the odd one out task) activities and is great topic work.
This is a fun PDF activity booklet based on the book The Rainbow Fish. it contains literacy (such as dictionary or word work) and numeracy (such as spot the odd one out task) activities and is great topic work.
The Rainbow Fish, by Marcus Pfister is a short story about a beautiful fish who finds friendship and happiness when he learns to share.
After reading this story, have the students recap the setting, character, plot and themes.
The students will also have the opportunity to write sentences using some of the vocabulary from the story.
Other fun activities that students will complete are:
-coming up with a new title and cover for the book
-discuss prize possession and draw about their possessions
-an acrostic template, "The Rainbow Fish"
-a template to create a cinquain.
-The Rainbow Fish word make
-Alphabetical order sheet
-4 math sheets, add, subtract, multiply, divide
Use as a whole set or just the pages you wish!
Total Pages 16
Story sack based on the book - includes: work sheets, activities, key words for display, colouring sheets, puzzles, word work activities, bingo boards, snap, dominos, powerpoint activities etc ... please see part 1 also!
this is a lovely, fun and interactive PDF bookelt which contains lots of activities based on this popular children's story - included word search, word work, missing words activity, describe the characters activity and many more.
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