Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book

Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
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Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
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Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
Where is the baby shark? Interactive, adapted book
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This interactive and adapted book is a great way to introduce students to books. The interactive aspect will keep students engaged and focused while reading through this short, adapted book. The book is based on a baby shark going missing. You have to help mommy shark look through parts of the ocean to find him.

Instructions
• Print pages 3-7
• Cut pages 3-5 in half and laminate. Then bind together as a book.
• Pages 6-7 cut out all the pieces individually then laminate. On page 6 there are two seaweed options for you to choose - the large one sits over the entire picture or the two smaller ones can be put together with split pins for students to pull apart.
• Staple the bottom of the seaweed on top of daddy shark and the writing, students then lift up the seaweed to reveal daddy shark and the sentence. Or if using the smaller seaweeds, make two small holes on the bottom and split pin the seaweed onto the picture covering the picture of daddy shark and the sentence below. Students then pull them apart to reveal daddy shark and the writing.
• The shell goes on UPSIDE DOWN to cover grandma shark and the sentence. Staple the small end of the shell onto the top of grandma shark so that it covers the shark and sentence. Students peel this up to reveal grandma shark.
• Staple bottom of rock on top of grandpa shark and sentence. Student peels it back to reveal image and sentence.
• The small mouth goes on top of the whale’s actual mouth. You can either velcro this for students to pull off, use a split pin for students to slide it around or staple it for students to lift up.

The vocabulary is suitable for American or British classrooms. (Color/Colour, Grey/Gray etc.)

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