between 5 - 6 years of age, your child should be able to put together a 5-6 part story and retell it, using pictures! Use these pictures from the 'who sank the boat' story, to encourage your child to order and retell the story!

between 5 - 6 years of age, your child should be able to put together a 5-6 part story and retell it, using pictures! Use these pictures from the 'who sank the boat' story, to encourage your child to order and retell the story!

Use with Brett's The Umbrella.  Who sank the boat? Sink float activity with Al foil boats.

Use with Brett's The Umbrella. Who sank the boat? Sink float activity with Al foil boats.

Prep M Blog: Who Sank the Boat? Retell idea and worksheet (PREP ENGLISH)

Prep M Blog: Who Sank the Boat? Retell idea and worksheet (PREP ENGLISH)


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Can you design a boat to hold all the animals? (Goes with book Who Sank the Boat?)

Can you design a boat to hold all the animals? (Goes with book Who Sank the Boat?)

Pondering Preschool: Read: Who sank the boat? Then each child makes a boat from recycled materials and floats little animals.

Pondering Preschool: Read: Who sank the boat? Then each child makes a boat from recycled materials and floats little animals.

Our first Who Sank The Boat? is a great literature selection for both Kindergarten reading and science skills.  For our summer session we are going to be exploring the science concept of floating and sinking.  If you would like to try a fun, “wet” unit this summer, these printables may be for you!  For each unit I will be including Kindergarten math standards.   I created a number recognition game - recognizing numbers 11-20.  I have included a “Go Fish” game to practice this concept.

Our first Who Sank The Boat? is a great literature selection for both Kindergarten reading and science skills. For our summer session we are going to be exploring the science concept of floating and sinking. If you would like to try a fun, “wet” unit this summer, these printables may be for you! For each unit I will be including Kindergarten math standards. I created a number recognition game - recognizing numbers 11-20. I have included a “Go Fish” game to practice this concept.

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