The Little Mermaid { Free Pack }

Are you learning about or reading “The Little Mermaid” in your classroom? Then you’re going to love this 53 page file

It’s full of exciting activities that are sure to keep your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students engaged and loving what they learn!
What’s included…

Students will have to write the important events in the story, or the sequence. With five different options to choose from, your students will be able to tell the beginning, middle, and end of the story in no time!

Next up you’ll receive some no prep printable worksheets to help ensure your students know the key concepts of KWL charts, characters, settings, events, and even main ideas & details! 

Want to get a bit more hands-on? Then try these FUN headbands! Students will be able to retell the story in words or pictures and then show them off to their classmates by wearing them. These are sure to be a favorite!! As if those weren’t fun enough, they can also make a retell necklace!

Let’s not forget about the importance of labeling! Several pages allow your students to cut and paste or write body parts into the correct position on the mermaid. 

Moving forward, your students will have the opportunity to share their favorite character or part of the story, tell what they learned, and retell more of the story. 

Let students take their learning a step further by retelling the story through puppets! Students are sure to love this hands-on, engaging way to share what happened in the story. They can even add to the story or change the ending!! 

Moving into the writing arena, students will practice descriptive words before also comparing and contrasting various characters within the story, as well as other miscellaneous writing skills.

And of course we can’t forget the basics! Students will be asked to answer the who, what, when, where, how, and why questions, as well as providing details given in the story. 

Students can practice their listening skills by following teacher directions. This makes them really focus and pay attention to what is being said in the classroom. 

Learning more about characters is another important skill for your primary learners. Make sure they can relate to what the characters are thinking at various points in the story. 

Let’s not forget about vocabulary! Students will be able to practice important vocab words through cut and paste activities, as well as a matching worksheet. Or ask them to write the room! 

Still working on some basic skills? Then have your students work on beginning sounds!

Just for fun (or for your early or fast finishers), you can ask your little learners to find the differences between pictures or explain what they see in a picture. 

Wishing you the best fairy tale unit yet! 

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