Friday, June 28, 2013

Book of the Week: Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark (updated)

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Right around this time last year, I posted about one of my favorite books to use in speech/language therapy sessions - "The Three Little Fish And The Big Bad Shark" by Ken Geist and Julia Gorton.


If you missed it, I created a quick open ended reinforcement game that can be used with any target...

...Click HERE to be taken to last year's post so you can download this FREE updated activity!

This year in some of my groups, we used the fish from my Feed the Penguin Bilabial Sounds freebie, but this time, we fed the fish to the shark!


Boy was that a hit!  I think the kids liked feeding the shark WAY more than they liked feeding the penguin!  (Watch out for those fingers!!!).  You can find the shark printable at Making Learning Fun.  I printed on gray construction paper, cut out the mouth, and attached to a tissue box.  I also attached a staple to the fish tails so the kids could go fishing for their words.

You can see the staple here...I deleted the original picture :(

This book never gets old for me or my students!  Do you use this book too?  What are your favorite activities to accompany the book?


4 comments :

  1. I love all your great posts about books and corresponding activities! My kids just love "feeding" things. I imagine the hungry shark will be a big hit! Thanks!

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  2. Love this idea! Where did you get your fishing pole?

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  3. I love it! What a fun activity. I need to get on board with Shark Week. So fun!

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  4. Great idea!! I love your posts..
    --Thank you :)

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