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Literacy Activity

Watch the video of the next part of the story.

The Rainbow Fish part 3

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Rainbow Fish hasn’t been very nice to the other fish, do we think he will start being nice now? Why do you think this?

 

What will happen next if he does give away his scales and what will happen if he doesn’t?

 

Consider both possibilities and talk about your ideas. Think about the other characters as well as Rainbow Fish and how they might feel.

 

Write a sentence to say how Rainbow Fish might feel if he does/does not share his scales.

 

 

I wonder what happens next in the story?

Now you have begun to think about the story and it's characters, watch the whole story. Were you right about what the Rainbow Fish would do?

The Rainbow Fish

Maths Activity

In the story about the rainbow fish, he shared his beautiful scales. Can you share scales between friends:

Share 10 scales between 2 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 8 scales between 4 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 12 scales between 3 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 15 scales between 5 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 15 scales between 3 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 9 scales between 3 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 16 scales between 4 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 10 scales between 5 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 16 scales between 2 friends. How many do they have each?

 

Share 20 scales between 5 friends. How many do they have each?

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