Having a specific reason in mind for choosing a theme will help you decide on developmentally appropriate ways to introduce topics and activities.
The Way I Feel by Janan Cain Learning objectives Students will be able to answer comprehension questions about a story and identify feelings. Introduction 5 minutes Show students the cover of the book Rainbow Fish.
Ask students if they have ever heard this story before. Ask students to identify ways that they are different from their peers, such as different hair and eye colors. Now, tell students that today they will be listening to a story about a fish who was different then the rest of his friends.
Ask students to act out different parts of the story. For example, when no one wants to be friends with Rainbow Fish, ask the class how he might feel. Then, have a student to stand up and show how they may feel. When Rainbow Fish shares his scales, have a student identify how Rainbow Fish might be feeling and then act out this emotion.
Independent working time Now, give each student a Fish Coloring Page and various different colors of paint.
Have students dip celery stalks into the paint to create scales of different colors. Have students act out the story from the beginning, middle, and the end of the book. Pair students struggling with the craft with a partner for support.
Assessment Ask students to act out their favorite part of the story. Ask them what kinds of things they share with their friends. The Lion and the Rat Guided Lessons are a sequence of interactive digital games, worksheets, and other activities that guide learners through different concepts and skills.
They keep track of your progress and help you study smarter, step by step. Guided Lessons are digital games and exercises that keep track of your progress and help you study smarter, step by step. In this lesson, preschoolers focus on the alphabet by learning the letters L, R, and K.
Seeing the letters in a fun, engaging environment also reinforces the letter recognition skills crucial for early readers. This lesson includes printable activities: Download all 5 Song: The Lion and the Rat Story: The Lion and the Rat Comprehension Game: L, M, N, R Game: Lion and the Rat Puzzle Game:Rainbow Craft for Kids Rainbow crafts and activities present an opportunity to reinforce color identification.
This craft can practice fine motor skills for preschool and kindergarten. May 09, · Ocean Fun! Part One 'The Rainbow Fish' by Marcus Pfister and wrote about how they would be a good friend.
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Simple reading comprehension based on the story "Rainbow Fish" by Marcus Pfister. Requires students to think back to the text and answer multiple choice questions by checking the correct box. Great as a guided reading activity.
Kindergarten and Preschool Ocean Activities and Lesson Plans New Rainbow Fish and Pete the Cat Scuba Cat Literacy Units - Part of the Sight Word and Alphabet Program. Featured Preschool and Kindergarten Writing and Crafts - More Ideas Within the Ocean Theme Unit.
Sep 22, · The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister; The Rainbow Fish by SAG; Fish Coloring Page (1 per student) and other activities that guide learners through different concepts and skills.
Reading & Writing. Workbook. Now I Know My ABCs. Workbook. Now I Know My ABCs /5(8). Friendship and friends lessons, activities, games, and rhymes for preschool and kindergarten teacher Friendship Activities and Lessons With each scale that Rainbow Fish gives away, he grows happier and happier.
Rainbow Fish learns the importance of sharing and reaps the joy from giving. After reading the story, ask children the following.