Do you ever wish for more activities to help your student review the concepts taught in All About Reading or All About Spelling? Perhaps you browse our Free Resources page and download printable review activities. Maybe you love the activities we share on our email list. However, wouldn’t it be nice to simply flip through a book and choose an activity any time your student is stuck on a concept?
Good news! Now you can! We’re excited to introduce Something Fishy, our brand-new reading and spelling review book. And best of all, we think you’ll love it!
Introducing Something Fishy, a 136-page book full of activities thoughtfully designed to make reading and spelling concepts exciting and engaging for students. Embark on an underwater adventure alongside clever clownfish, majestic whales, stunning starfish, and other fascinating sea creatures! With 16 full-color activities, your child will have a delightful and engaging way to review essential concepts.
Each activity in Something Fishy not only serves as a review for reading and spelling concepts but also includes fun facts, trivia tidbits, and additional games to captivate your student’s curiosity about the wonders of the sea.
The activities in Something Fishy can be used with any lesson in any level of All About Reading or All About Spelling. Simply choose a selection of review words and then follow the instructions included with each activity. For added convenience, extra consumable pages are included, enabling students to replay each activity multiple times. Plus, these activities are not restricted to a specific sequence, so feel free to use them in any order you wish!
Lots of fish!! You’ll also find a wild and colorful assortment of other marvelous creatures that live underwater. Here’s a sneak peek at what you’ll find in the coming pages …
Something Fishy is jam-packed with full-color fun and is the perfect way to add some underwater excitement to review time!
This is a supplemental “review book” rather than an “activity book.” The activity books for AAR include games, activities, Word Flippers, and Practice Sheets, and fluency- and comprehension-building exercises. The activity books for AAS include games, activities, Word Banks, and Advanced Application sheets.
The main differences between the two:
Yes! Look inside with this Something Fishy review book sample.
No, you can use these activities to review any reading or spelling words you like. Additionally, you can use the activities to review other things, such as vocabulary words or math facts!
It is a natural fit for these three groups of people:
There are more than 50 species of fish included, 26 of which are identified.
Photos by: Dana Vanderburg