Inspired by the book Dr. Seuss's One Fish, Two Fish, Three, Four, Five Fish! and a packet of Goldfish Colors, I set about to make an educational and rather delicious afternoon treat for the kids.
I decided to put together a few activities on the computer and print them out. Some of them were easy and others were more difficult.
- The difference between big and small fish (easy peasy)
- Counting up to 20 fish (which Flynn can do easily)
- Learning the difference between the number and spelling it out as a word then matching the colors and counting. (hard)
- Sounding the letters of each color and matching it to the actual color by drawing a line to the correct fish. (this was the hardest)
Before they started on the activities they put Goldfish Colors and Chocolate Goldfish onto each picture.
A bag of rainbow goldfish and a printable would make a great fishing party party favor or party activity for preschoolers.