7 edition of Rainbow Fish Counting/N·meros found in the catalog.
March 1, 2005
Written in English
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The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. 11 Total Resources View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Video Book Reading from The Rainbow Fish; Grade; PK-2; Year Published Word Count Text Complexity; Lexile Level: L; ATOS Reading Level: ; AR Quiz Numbers; ; Curricular Area; English Language Arts;. The Rainbow Fish is a great book to read to your students because of the empowering themes of friendship and sharing it promotes. If you love this book, then you will love this pack for it's versatility among many different levels of students.
The Rainbow Fish is an award-winning book about a beautiful fish who finds friendship and happiness when he learns to share. The book is best known for its morals about the value of being an individual and for the distinctive shiny foil scales of the Rainbow Fish. The Rainbow Fish was the very first children’s picture book to use hot foil stamping to create such a sparkling foiled effect. After going on sale, it was soon clear that the first printing of 30, copies would not be enough. This would prove to be the case; 30 million books and counting have sold worldwide in more than 50 languages.
The Rainbow Fish's scales 'shimmer'. Can you find other words that could be used to describe the scales? At one point in the story, the Rainbow Fish becomes the 'loneliest fish in the entire ocean'. Try a role play activity to interview him and find out how he is feeling. Can you suggest things that he could do to find some friends? The classic children's book "Rainbow Fish" pushes a naive, dystopian, blind message. I don't know how it got popular. I've hated this book since it was read to be me as child. In the first grade (), every Wednesday was Library Day where we would spend a large portion of the day with the librarian. She would read to us and it just so.
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The rainbow fish series are an adorable series that children have fallen in love with for many years. This book introduces counting by finding how many of each colored scales.
It includes learning of numbers and colors, both/5(16). Marcus Pfister is the creator of the internationally best-selling Rainbow Fish books, as well as the Rainbow Fish Counting/N·meros book, Penguin Pete, and Milo series. His most recent books for North-South are The Magic Book and Just the Way You Are.
He lives in Berne, Switzerland/5(K). Marcus Pfister is the author of the phenomenally successful Rainbow Fish series, as well as many other books for children.
He has worked as a graphic artist, a sculptor, a painter, and a photographer as well as a children's book creator. Pfister lives with his family in Berne, Switzerland/5(13).
Marcus Pfister is the author of the phenomenally successful Rainbow Fish series, as well as many other books for children. He has worked as a graphic artist, a sculptor, a painter, and a photographer as well as a children's book creator.
Pfister lives with his family in Berne, : NorthSouth Books. About The Book. One crab, two whales, three sea horses. Rainbow Fish's undersea world is filled with fabulous plants and animals all waiting to be counted, but there’s only one glittering Rainbow Fish.
Simple, bold images, reinforced with numerals in appropriate colors on facing pages, make this appealing board book the perfect way to teach very young children the numbers 1 through Released on: Octo Rainbow Fish Counting/Nmeros by Marcus Pfister avg rating — ratings — published — 12 editions.
The Rainbow Fish is a children's picture book drawn and written by author and illustrator, Marcus Pfister, and translated into English by J. Alison book is best known for its message about selfishness and sharing and for the distinctive shiny foil scales of the Rainbow Fish.
Decode Entertainment turned the story into an animated television series of the same name, which aired on Author: Marcus Pfister. The Rainbow Fish By Marcus Pfister North South Books, Rainbow Fish is the most beautiful fish in the ocean.
He thinks he is very special because of his sparkling scales, and refuses to share his scales with the other fish. His friends become upset when he doesn’t share and begin to ignore him.
Rainbow Fish is very lonelyFile Size: KB. Rainbow Fish by Marcus Phister is certainly a beautiful book, but it's so called message of sharing is a bit off. It's not just sharing it promotes, but uniformity, materialism, and perhaps socialism.
Marcus Pfister enlists his famous fish in two concept books. Numbers in Rainbow Fish Counting progress from one crab to 10 fish, but, as the last page reminds readers, there is only one glitterin. The award-winning book about a colorful and beautiful fish who finds true friendship and happiness when he learns to give.
Follow me as I read this wonderful story. Benefits of Reading: 📚 📖. His debut picture book, The Sleepy Owl, was published by NorthSouth Books inbut his big breakthrough came six years later with The Rainbow Fish. Today Marcus has illustrated over fifty books, which have been translated into more than fifty languages and received countless international : NorthSouth Books.
We’re back with Week 2 of the Summer Reading Adventure!. Last week Mari, from Inspired By Family Magazine, amazed us all with her fabulous crafts, activities and recipes for Tickle Monster by Josie Bissett.
This week I will be sharing activities and crafts that you can use to bring The Ra inb ow Fi sh, by Marcus Pfister, to life for your kids. The Rainbow Fish is a book that we have enjoyed.
Janu - By Rainbow Fish This was a gift for my 3 year old nephew. The colorful fish and other story characters keep him interested and he likes counting, so this is a wonderful way to help him develop his counting skills.5/5(2). 8 Books for Young Readers Who Enjoy The Rainbow Fish by Dena McMurdie With its foil stamped pages and bright illustrations, The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister is a modern classic and a childhood favorite for readers everywhere.
Enjoy the wonderful story "The Rainbow Fish" with your preschooler. Then try some activities inspired by the book. Includes arts, crafts, and learning activities, so.
Rainbow Fish, ``the most beautiful fish in the entire ocean,'' refuses to share his prized iridescent scales--which, indeed, flash and sparkle like prisms as each page is turned.
Get this from a library. Rainbow fish counting. [Marcus Pfister] -- "One crab, two whales, three sea horses. Rainbow Fish's undersea world is filled with fabulous plants and animals all waiting to be counted, but there are only one glittering Rainbow Fish.
Simple. The Rainbow fish The Rainbow fish Sign In. Whoops. There was a problem previewing The Rainbow fish Retrying. Get this from a library. Rainbow Fish counting. [Marcus Pfister] -- Takes young children through the numbers one to ten with pictures of different underseas creatures.
The Rainbow Fish. By Marcus Pfister, Marcus Pfister. Grades. PreK-K,M. Genre. Fiction Rainbow-colored foil stamping glitters on every page of this unique book about a beautiful fish who learns to make friends by sharing his most prized possessions — his shimmering scales.
Fiction Rainbow-colored foil stamping glitters. Marcus Pfister is the author of the phenomenally successful Rainbow Fish series, as well as many other books for children. He has worked as a graphic artist, a sculptor, a painter, and a photographer as well as a children's book creator/5(11).
Rainbow Fish, the admittedly popular and award-winning and still ubiquitous children’s book by Swiss author Marcus Pfister, has spawned the usual school of successful-kid-book accessories, such as Rainbow Fish counting books, board books of opposites, hand puppets, and, of course, sequels with exclamation points (Rainbow Fish to the Rescue!, e.g.).Author: Roblin Meeks.