Fish come in all sorts of amazing and creative sizes, shapes, and colors. Some are only a few inches long while others stretch out fifteen feet or more. Some are plain, and some have dazzling colors and patterns. Each fills a unique spot in the world we live in. Help your children learn about ten of the many kinds of fish around the world with this FREE Types of Fish Guided Drawing unit.
It amazes me to think about all the incredible beauty God has filled every corner of the world with, even corners that are almost forgotten or tucked away where few can see them. This is abundantly evident when you consider just some of the many kinds of fish He designed. This FREE Types of Fish Guided Drawing unit will help your kids learn about ten different kinds of fish from around the world and where they live.
For each of the 10 fish included, they will read a paragraph about the fish and learn about what the fish looks like, where it lives, etc. Then they have the opportunity to draw the fish on a grid, drawing either half of the fish or the entire fish, whichever they prefer. A review activity at the end tests comprehension.
In this unit, kids will learn about the:
- blue tang
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