Hawaii’s state fish. The humuhumunukunukuapua’a is a tropical reef trigger fish.This Hawaiian fish with a long name is pronounced “who moo who moo new coo new coo ah poo ah ah”
What a great way to teach beginning sounds and vowel sounds and have fun at the same time.
The name of this fish is the appealing part of the song. Young children love long words and could be taught to read and even to spell this word with little effort.Word strips are provided for each child to take home to impress others with their ability to spell the name of the fish.
Packet also contains lesson plans correlated to the common core, sign language posters, wall art, fish charts, fish outline, word fish, directions for making rhythm sticks, several printables for rewrites and a parent letter. A colorful Humu Bulletin Board is also available from TPT.