Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun

Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun
Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun
Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun
Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun
Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun
Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun
Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun
Ocean Animals: Game and Writing Fun
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Ocean Animals Game and Writing Fun!
Fluency/Vocabulary/Writing all make this a good combo for playing a game as a class or large group. Collaborative activities build positive relationships and everyone is a team player!

“I have…who has” games are fun confidence-building activities for hesitant readers. Besides fluency, it can be used to reinforce writing skills for spelling, or narrative writing. It is an excellent way to reinforce vocabulary (i.e., homophones, parts of speech, and multiple meanings --when applicable).

There are 2 levels for reading ocean animal names. See below.

Once students are familiar with thematic or content words, they are able to use them with confidence in their writing. “I have…who has” games are an alternative to worksheets. Time them to see how automatic they can read these cards!

You will find that the theme writing papers and wordsearch activities are additional ways to reinforce the vocabulary.

These extra activities can be included in a writing center, or offered to fast finishers.

Level 1: text and picture cues

Baggie Label with directions (to store game pieces)
Master Sheet (lists 24 words in order)
24 Game cards with text and picture cues
Two theme writing papers
Wordsearch (and answer key)

Level 2: text only, no picture cues
This level has more cards with animal names that are
slightly harder than those in level 1.

Baggie Label with directions (to store game pieces)
Master Sheet (lists 36 words in order)
36 Game cards with text only
Wordsearch (and answer key)
What words can you make from “Ocean Animals”? (and possible answers)

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Karen
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