Fish Eyes A Book You Can Count On and Kindergarten Math Activity
After reading Fish Eyes A Book You Can Count On by Lois Ehlert, connect to text by
coloring, cutting, and gluing the fish. During math class, students draw a desired number of fish on the drawing sheet. Then they write (and rewrite) the numbers and adjectives on the lines. They add one to that number (to represent the crafted fish). For example, a student might write
“5 happy fish
5 happy fish
Plus me makes 6.”
Students glue drawing sheet to a standard sheet of construction paper to frame it. Glue fish to top of frame for a swimmingly sweet display!
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Krazy for Kindyland Note
Page 3: Product Details
Page 4: drawing sheet
Page 5: body, head
Color as cover shows.
Page 6: tail (4)
Additional book companions to go along with the craft might include, but certainly are not limited to the following titles:
Pete the Cat: A Pet for Pete
What Pet to Get?
Let's Get a Pet
The Perfect Pet
We're Getting a Pet
The Bravest Fish
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