This product gives students a fun and engaging game to practice their grammatical skills. The aim is to “catch” a sea creature and say a word/sentence with the correct grammatical ending or change the word form. Say it correctly and you get to put the sea creature in your bucket!
Each sea creature has a different grammar concept to work on. You can work on one target at a time (use only one sea creature set) or work on multiple skills in one game by mixing up the sea creatures.
Set Up: You will need to print all pages, laminate and cut out around the sea creatures. You may like to print the “water” mat on a bigger scale to poster size if working with a group. The key to making the game interactive is to put a paper clip on each sea creature and making fishing rods out of chop sticks, string and magnets (not included but see photo examples within product or in the preview).
Skills to target:
- He/She Starfish
- Is/Are Sea Urchins
- Octopus Plurals
- Whale Possessives
- Irregular Past Tense Verb Clams
- Irregular Plural Clams
- Past Tense Seahorses
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