Fishing Activity ( Eye-hand Coordination, Numeracy)

Lea Camille Castillo
Fishing Activity ( Eye-hand Coordination, Numeracy)

Fishing Activity ( Eye-hand Coordination, Numeracy)

The concept of counting was introduced to the children through singing songs and fishing activities. The activity also fostered social interaction, eye-hand coordination as well as fine motor skills development. Then the children use the fish that they caught to practice counting using 1-to-1 correspondence.

Extension: Fishing game

*Divide the class into two groups. Get them to catch as many fish as they can in a given time. The group with the most fish in their bucket wins. (Here they will learn to focus so they will be able to catch fish in one attempt to win the game)

Materials:

- printed fishes (3 colours - was used also for primary colour sorting)

-big basin

-Stick and string (attach a magnet on the string)

-paper plates

- scissors

-magnet (used magnet tapes for my fishes)

-laptop/iPad/ and speaker

-Counting fishes song (12345 Once I caught a fish alive)

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June 14, 2022
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