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Commotion In The Ocean

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The author, Giles Andreae, is the narrator. He uses both direct and indirect characterization in the form of short, rhyming stanzas to chronicle the characters. The sea creatures in the book range from a tiny barnacle to a massive blue whale. In the book the author gave facts about the animals but the author made it seem like the animals were speaking directly to the children for example, the swordfish said, "I like to chase after small fishes" and this would engage the children and make it seem like they understand the animals language. Each of these worksheets is supported by an interactive Smart board 10 notebook file to aid teaching and provide extra practice for pupils. Learn the zones of the ocean with these clever bottles. Simply use food coloring to dye the water deeper shades of blue to represent the amount of sunlight that reaches each zone, then add a representative sea animal toy. The Stooges play janitors who work at a newspaper office, begging to be given a chance to become reporters. The managing editor ( Charles C. Wilson) promises to think about it over dinner. The phone rings while he is out and Moe answers. The person on the other end is one of the boss's reporters, Smitty ( Emil Sitka), who relays a scoop to Moe that some important documents have been stolen by foreign spies. Coincidentally, the spy with the microfilmed documents, Mr. Borscht ( Gene Roth) lives next door to the Stooges. He and the boys wind up as stowaways on an ocean liner. Stranded on a freighter on the high seas, and sustained by eating salami, the boys eventually overtake Borscht, recover the microfilm, and are thrilled with their newspaper scoop.

Here’s another surprisingly easy ocean craft for kids. Cut disposable sponges into coral shapes, then stamp an underwater scene. English -Role Play – use these lovely masks for the children to embrace their creativity and imagination. This could be part of a drama session in which the children take on the roles of the different sea creatures. More stories by Giles Andreae

You will find easy-to-print and use maths puzzles, word cards, colouring sheets and role-play resources - take a look. Lesson ideas to support the teaching of Commotion in the Ocean Did you know that blue whales are the largest creature ever to have lived on Earth? They’re even bigger than dinosaurs! Head to the playground with some sidewalk chalk and a tape measure to see if you can draw a life-size blue whale model. Plot: This plot is chronological in taking readers on a journey from the sandy beach to the bottom of the ocean, exploring all of the animals and creatures in between.

Get ready to learn all about the wonderful creatures of the ocean with our fun and engaging Matching Cards and Board Game. It’ll help your teaching alongside the brilliant book, Commotion in the Ocean, by Giles Andreae. The book takes place in the Ocean. The book is written in tiny poems. For each animal there are four to five line poems about each creature. The book has many characters including sharks, whales, crab, turtles, and many more. The authors use very descriptive words when describing the animals and the poem is rhymed.After the water play, we were ready to create our ice cream sundaes at the Polar Bear Sundae Station. Waffle bowls filled with vanilla ice cream were topped with marshmallow ears, chocolate chip eyes and a mini Oreo cookie muzzle. I think that the book is a really good way to introduce creatures and animals that live in the sea to the children in a way they would understand and remember. Level 1 – matching rhymes, creating sentences from muddled words, matching animals to their descriptions, matching synonyms, using contractions, a true/false/can’t tell activity, punctuating sentences, matching halves of sentences, sorting words with long and short vowels and identifying adjectives. You can make it easier or harder for your children by choosing between the different mats. There are two with six images and one with three. To make things really difficult, why not put all of the mats together? You could create a group activity out of this challenge.

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