You are a fish expert. You know everything there is to know about sea creatures and now you want to write a book about it. You have been given a camera so you can go deep sea diving to take pictures of the most rare fish on earth. Get your scuba gear and your camera and dive in.
Players must start at the boy with the camera and make their way to the fish book by rolling the dice. On each space they land, players must collect a card and read the sentence. Each fishy find is worth a certain number of points depending on how rare it is. You can find the value listed at the bottom of your sentence card. If you land on a shark along the way, skip a turn. If you land on a mermaid, move forward 1 space. The player to make it to the end with the most points wins!
This spunky file folder game will engage student immediately. The game will focus on having students practice consonant digraphs -ch, -sh, and -th (highlighted in red). Students will be motivated to read difficult sentences to earn points. Teachers can increase the creativity of the game by having student draw pictures of their sentences.
*print additional fishy photo cards depending on the number of players.