On each page of this book, there are underwater creatures with all sorts of patterns on them for the students to find, identify and label (ABAB, AAB, ABC, etc.). At the end of the book, there are also plenty of extension activities for your students to continue practicing patterns!
When we finished reading the book, I gave each of my students 2 blank fish and they got to draw their own patterns on them. They cut them out and we added them to the top of our whiteboard:
^^Really bad lighting, but you get the idea^^
I don’t have the fish template, since one of my teammates gave it to me, but I did a quick search and found the following options for you if you want your kids to complete this fun and easy activity:
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Love your sweet pattern fish! Your teammates are SO lucky to have talented you!
I love your TPT products, and just wish-listed a couple! Great blog and thanks for the freebie! Laura
Awesome lesson! What math standard would you have used for this?