Ocean Fun! Part One - A Spoonful of Learning
We sure were feeling close to summer this week with part one of our Fun in the Ocean Unit! We had a blast kicking it off learning about the ocean, fish, sharks, and whales! I LOVE their excitement when they walk in the room each day and are looking and guessing which ocean animal they […]
Emma Wayerski on Instagram: ““The Rainbow Fish shared his scales left and right. And the more he gave away, the more delighted he became.” 🌈 🐠 Book character day was a…”
2,489 Likes, 62 Comments - Emma Wayerski (@ms_wayerski) on Instagram: ““The Rainbow Fish shared his scales left and right. And the more he gave away, the more delighted…”
Rainbow Fish Activities (1)
The Children's book, Rainbow Fish, by Marcus Pfister, has always had a special spot in my heart. From the time it was published in 1992, I have loved the illustrations, and especially the morals (sharing and humility brings happiness). The author has since published many more books that teach about character and social skills (click…
Rainbow Fish Freebie - Writing & Story Elements Worksheets
This is a FREEBIE containing worksheets to correlate with the book "Rainbow Fish" by Marcus Pfister. Included worksheets are: * Story Elements (half page) with main character, setting, problem and solution. * One sentence writing prompt beginning "A good friend..." (half page) * Full page (landscap...
Rainbow Fish Craft With Free Template - The Best Ideas for Kids
Make this Rainbow Fish Craft made with black glue! This craft is inspired by the Rainbow Fish book by Marcus Pfister. Includes a free rainbow fish template.
Water Bottle Rainbow Fish | Earth Day Activity | Art with Jenny K.
Water bottle rainbow fish - a great activity for your students to do for Earth Day. Water bottle rainbow fish are easy, fun and inexpensive.
The Rainbow Fish
Read the book "The Rainbow Fish" to your Kindergarten class (also available in video format through YouTube or Storyline Online). After reading, lead a group discussion about the importance of sharing. Ask your students to name their most precious possession. Direct your students to colour the pictu...