One Fish Two Fish Red and Blue : Preschool Color and Counting Printable Activity
In celebration of the man that was Dr. Suess, I am sharing this Preschool and Toddler Printable File Folder Activity. One Fish Two Fish Red and Blue Fish is a tribute to a wonderful author who made books that children of all ages still enjoy. I have always been a Dr. Suess fan and I am so happy to be able to share his work with my children.
This activity is designed to be used in several ways. It can be used to help encourage a preschooler to learn to count or a toddler to learn their colors. With cute fish and bright colors, the kids are sure to love sorting the fish into their correct fish bowls.
What you need:
The printable pack that is included in this post at the bottom.
Laminating machine or clear contact paper
How to set it up:
If they are gluing them on the fish bowls as a one time color or counting activity all you have to do is print and cut them out.
If you want to create a file folder game:
Print, laminate, and cut them all out.
Place velcro dots on the fish and bowls.
Put a pocket on the back of you file folder to house the fish.
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