Here are some story props that you can use to help you and your child retell the story together and decide who sank the boat?

Here are some story props that you can use to help you and your child retell the story together and decide who sank the boat?

Make A Boat that Floats(in the water table)-could lead to boats and sinking/floating projects...Can read Who Sank The Boat ?..materials for boat building-- Cardboard rolls  - Egg cartons  - Shoeboxes and other small cardboard boxes  - Yogurt and other small plastic containers  - Scrap paper  - Styrofoam trays and containers  - Paper cups, bowls, plates  - Brown paper bags  - Craft sticks  - Aluminum foil

Make A Boat that Floats(in the water table)-could lead to boats and sinking/floating projects...Can read Who Sank The Boat ?..materials for boat building-- Cardboard rolls - Egg cartons - Shoeboxes and other small cardboard boxes - Yogurt and other small plastic containers - Scrap paper - Styrofoam trays and containers - Paper cups, bowls, plates - Brown paper bags - Craft sticks - Aluminum foil


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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?)

Sink or Swim? : A great activity to do after reading Who Sank the Boat by Pamela Allen  Happy Whimsical Hearts

Sink or Swim? : A great activity to do after reading Who Sank the Boat by Pamela Allen Happy Whimsical Hearts

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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