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Movie clips for your lesson plans...ability to search by genre (age ranges), mood, theme, etc.

A pinner said: "i put a box like this on my desk last year and it was ALWAYS full of notes, stories and drawings from my kids. If they began to tell a story during a lesson I'd say "oh! box!" This way I heard the story AND kept the lesson going." Great idea!

Here Come the Girlsfrom Here Come the Girls

The Rainbow Fish Activities for Early Years

The Rainbow Fish activities for early years children Include lots of fun activities and free printables.

You Tube video the rainbow fish. Play the story then nhave students complete additon and subtraction sheet. Glue the sheet to purple paper and hang up.

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The Rainbow Fish Book Activities, Crafts, and Snack Ideas

could probably use dot art painters instead of paper for Rainbow Fish

Hands-On Lessons Reinforce the power of hands-on learning! In the below collection you will find four new lesson plans for grades K-6 that explore the subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Each contain a whiteboard-ready component and a fun hands-on craft. Plus, browse the remaining collection for lessons on earth-friendly crafts!

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Learning About The Parts of a Plant

Spring Plant and Gardening Kindergarten Lesson Plan

Every year I read The Rainbow Fish (if I'm teaching primary) and do a writing/art project. They learn about being a good friend and sharing while I read the story and talk about it. Then we write sentences about what a good friend is and make a tear-art "rainbow fish" with a piece of foil for his shiny fin. My kids love the project and it's a great way to get them thinking and writing the first week back to school. :)