Learning tasks included in this curriculum: early literacy, friendship and sharing, fine motor, counting, number identification, addition, problem solving, patterning, color identification, color words identification. Excellent social skills and color curriculums for daycares, preschools, or homeschooling.
Hardcover book: Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
Early Reading Folder:
- Early Literacy: Rainbow Fish—Reading the Story
- Sharing and Caring Follow-up Activity
- Fine Motor Skills craft
- Fish template
- Triangles (for fish scales) in 4 colors of construction paper
- Foil for shiny scales
- Triangle template for future use
- Rainbow Fish and Math Activities page
- Problem Solving Puzzle (colored fish in fish bowl) Laminated.
- Counting Fish Activity
- Beginning Addition
- Cardstock large fish bowl
- Cardstock numbered little fish
- Pattern by Colors Activity page
- Laminated construction strips
- Pattern by Color fish template
- Color Stripes Rainbow Fish Activity page
- Color Striped fish – Laminated
- Color Words fish—Laminated (continued on next page)
- Fish Bowls and Little Fish Color Activity page
- 8 pages of laminated construction paper fish to cut out (red, green, yellow, blue, purple, orange, brown, black)
- 8 pages of laminated construction paper small fish bowls (red, green, yellow, blue, purple, orange, brown, black)
- 2 pages of small fish bowls with color words printed on them
- Packet of templates (9) for future use.
Activities for children are measured as beginning learners, intermediate learners, and experienced learners. Each child learns at their own pace. By giving them opportunity to learn at the level they are able to understand, children will learn a concept with a positive approach. They will be eager to learn the next step as you scaffold each activity to fit their ability to learn each concept.
Children in my classroom enjoyed repeating the story and activities often. After reading Rainbow Fish for story time, I would put it in my classroom library for further reading opportunities. That old saying, “Practice makes perfect” has merit when it comes to reading skills and learning new concepts. So repeat the story and activities as often as the children are interested.
If a child was challenged with learning a concept and needed more practice, I would choose one of the activities and work with them one-on-one for about 2 minutes each day during free play until they mastered that particular concept.
I hope you find the curriculum easy to use and enjoyable for the children whether in a large classroom setting, small group of children, or with one child.
For more information, please feel free to contact me.