The Pout-Pout Fish Story, Giggle, Wiggle & Craft: Growing Literacy Skills
A One-Time class where learners are growing literacy skills as they listen to the story, "The Pout-Pout Fish," and practice comprehension & sequence. A song works out the wiggles & makes them giggle, then they craft a pout fish of their own
April Hutcheson (Ms. April)
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year old learners
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50 minute class
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This is a one-time class. Learners grow literacy skills by listening to the story, "The Pout-Pout Fish." They practice literacy skills such as comprehension and sequence with fun activities. A long class for little ones can be helped by playing a song where they can dance and sing, work out their wiggles and they will most likely giggle. Then they finish with a craft, making a pout-pout fish of their own. A one-time class in which I read the story, “The Pout-Pout” fish by Deborah...
-Students will develop literacy and listening skills by listening to The Pout-Pout Fish storybook and hearing the fluency and emotion of the reader. -Students will take part in comprehension and sequence questions so they can build the skills to remember the details and the order of a story. -The students will use physical motion to settle their thoughts and bodies enabling them to refocus on continued tasks. -The Plot and characters of the story will be reinforced by creating a simple paper Pout fish of their own.
1 file available upon enrollmentMaterials *Card stock or construction paper. One-color for the body. One color for lips and fins. They could even have two colors there if they want the lips to be different from the fins. The main thing is to have a contrast between the (lips, fins) and the (body). So whichever is darker, pick a lighter color for the other (their choice) *I will send the template. Please help your child cut out the template and trace it onto the colored paper. If you think they will need help cutting the cardstock or construction paper, then please help them do the difficult parts before class. If they can cut well enough, they can do it in class. *a glue stick and scissors (parental guidance) *Googly eyes (allows for more character) However, cutting out the template eye and using that is also a perfectly fine option.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental supervision may be needed for children's use of scissors and glue. This is up to the discretion of the parent.
April Hutcheson (Ms. April)
An educator of many layers & skills with a lengthy "About Me" section but worth the read.
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90 total reviews
205 completed classes
Hi, I'm April Hutcheson, (Mrs. April or April by students.) I live in Virginia, USA (EST), although I teach many times of the day. I have multiple layers of interest and education. As a result, I have experience and skills in many areas of...