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    Rainbow fish
    By Katie

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    After reading the book we discussed what it was that made people good friends to others and why it is important to share and be a good friend.

    On the wall I put a big outline of a fish that I had painted and cut out to look exactly like the rainbow fish. Then we cut out scales using only the colours stipulated inthe book (from memory I think they were blue green and purple). I also cut out silver ones from aluminium paper.

    Then each student was given two scales of differnet colours. On one they had to write why they were a good friend and on another why it is impirtant to share. Then we staple gunned them on the bulletin board to the fish so that it was covered with our 'sharing' scales. It looked awesome when finished and really very very easy to do. Even if in order to get the same size scales you print lots of circles onto coloured card through your printer and get the studetns to cut them out. Make sure when you have stapled the scales to the fish that you can read most of the words written on them.



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