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Print it on turquoise or blue paper to look like water.
I created these One Fish Two Fish printable placemats for my son's co-op preschool. I printed one for each child and placed it in a clear plastic sheet protector so they can reuse it. The kids loved using Goldfish Crackers as counting pieces and once they were finished they ate them all up. Now you can pull out this placemat anytime your preschool children are ready for a game of 1 Fish 2 Fish.
Optional way to play: Roll a die to see how many fish to add to your fishbowl. Continue taking turns rolling the die until each bowl is full of fish. To download the PDF click here. If you have problems pulling up the pdf, please email me (obseussed(at)live(dot)com).
Rhyming is a great pre-reading skill.
A great pre-school snack activity. We use these for snack time at home and now I've printed off a stack and sent them with a bag of goldfish crackers to school for snack time.
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I also made this one with some basic math for ages K-2 grades. Click here for the PDF. Or try this page with all my Free Dr. Seuss Printables.
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