In this book A Fish, the reader follows a boy as he explains what he uses to make a fish picture. Word Study – High-frequency words: A, I, can, on, a, my, – Punctuation: full stops, exclamation mark, capital letters, – Phonics and phonemic awareness: – – P, p – Picture, paint, paper, picture, put, – – onsets and rimes – c/an s/and, Skills and Strategies Reading A Fish Picture will reinforce the following objectives and give the children the opportunity to: – recognise simple consonant-vowel-consonant words, – emphasise left-to-right movement to reinforce directionality, – point one-to-one as each word is read to ensure an appropriate match, – innovate on the story to create own version of stories plays and songs, Materials- copies of BLM, pencils, markers, – a picture of a fish, a variety of collage materials, paint, paper, scissors, glue, card, magnetic letters.
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Themes covered in this book are: Art and Activity
Reading Level: 3-5 (Red)