This fun unit was designed to help advance a variety of vocabulary, language and literacy skills in students.
We hope that you all have a great time as you go fishing for improved skills in your students by doing these activities and worksheets!
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Page 4: Fishing-themed vocabulary flash cards. Print out twice if playing Memory Match is desired.
Page 5: Goldfish bowl interactive reinforcer page. Students insert their flashcards into the bowl once their vocabulary or reading tasks have been practiced.
Page 6: Phonological Awareness: Letter identification/beginning sounds page. Students are asked to name the letter that starts the fishing-themed word and to give the sound that the letter makes.
Page 7: Reading: High frequency words as seen in kindergarten. Students are asked to read the words. After reading each word, the students can then place them in the fish bucket on the following page.
Page 8: Fish Bucket interactive reinforcer page. Cut out the rectangular space for students to insert their flashcards “in” the bucket after practicing their language or literacy tasks.
Page 9: Throw Back The Rhyming Pairs Exercise. Students are asked to cut out the eight fish, sort them into rhyming pairs and then glue them onto the next page “in” the lake water.
Page 10: A lake page. This page can be used for the rhyming pairs cut and paste activity.
Page 11: Language: Adjectives Roll, Read or Repeat & Color page. Students are asked to roll a die, find the number rolled and to read or repeat the adjective that is provided and then to color that area.
Page 12: Language: Nouns Roll, Read or Repeat and Color Page. Students are asked to roll a die, find the number rolled and to read or repeat the noun that is provided and then to color that area.
Page 13: Language: Fishing for Synonyms. Students are asked to find the synonym for the word provided and to write it in. A word bank is provided.
Page 14: Language: Fishing for Antonyms. Students are asked to find the antonym for the word provided and to write it in. A word bank is provided.
Page 15: This is a colored ink page. Please print and cut out the goldfish to use on the next few worksheets to follow. Real goldfish crackers could also be used to cover up the fish.
Page 16: Black and white goldfish page.
Page 17: Language: Roll & Cover. Name the Irregular Plural Noun. Students are asked to roll one die. Find the number on a fish. Name the irregular plural noun. Afterwards, cover the fish with a goldfish cracker.
Page 18: Language: Roll, Cover & Name the Irregular Past Tense Verb. Students are asked to roll one die and then to find the number on a fish. Next, they are asked to name the irregular past tense verb and then to cover the fish with a goldfish cracker.
Page 19: Language: Roll, Cover & List Category Members. Students are asked to roll one die. Find the number on a fish. Give that amount of items for the given category. Cover the fish with the same amount of goldfish crackers.
Pages 20-21: Language: Category Item Naming Coloring Pages. Students are asked to name or write down three items in a given category and to color the fishing-themed picture.
Pages 22-26: Literacy: F letter target. “F” is for “fishing” and “fish” letter “F” identifying naming, tracing, copying and writing pages.
Page 27: Literacy: Fishing for the letters of the alphabet maze. Students are asked to name letters seen as they finish a maze.
Pages 28-30: Literacy: Alphabet tracing and covering pages with a fishing them.
Pages 31-32: Literacy: Fill in the missing lowercase or uppercase letters from the alphabet pages.
Pages 33-35: Literacy: Color Concepts: Trace, Color & Say fish-themed color mini-book.
Page 35: Literacy: Students are asked to trace and name circle letters.
Page 36: Literacy: Name and label circle letters page.
Page 37: Literacy: Trace and name fishing-themed words.
Page 38: Literacy: Finish writing down the fishing-themed word given the initial letter for guidance.
Page 39: Literacy: Sort the fishing-themed words into alphabetical order.
Page 40: Literacy: Students are asked to make ten words from the words in the sentence, “I went fishing with my dad.”
Page 41: Literacy- Spelling/writing: Students are asked to write down three words associated with fishing.
Page 42: Literacy- Spelling/writing: Students are asked to write two complete sentences about fishing using correct punctuation, spelling and grammar.
Page 43-46: Numbers: 4 different fish counting worksheets with the answers of: 4, 12, 9 or 36. Students are asked to count the number of fish and to write that number on the given line.
Page 47: Fishing coloring page.
Page 48: Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC credit and social media linking page.
Page 49: Clip art credit page.
Page 50: Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC document linking page.