Fish Cards for the Early Childhood and Elementary Classroom

Most of the fish in World Fish live in freshwater (lakes, rivers, ponds). Several return to the ocean to spawn. The fish from Antarctica are saltwater fish living in the Southern Ocean. There are no freshwater species on the continent.

Early Childhood includes 28 photo cards and 7 continent cards. Elementary includes an additional 28 double-sided Story-Question Cards. All cards are 4 x 2.5 inches.

Sort and Group: Place photo cards under the continent cards. Read the sentences! Or use for What's Missing or Memory. Journal work: draw the picture and copy the sentence. Add grammar symbols. (Science-Vertebrates-Fish)

World Fish ~Early Childhood Ages 3-6~ Plastic Cards
Includes 35 Cards: 28 Photo Cards and 7 Continent Cards. (Science-Vertebrates-Fish)

"The Nile perch is a big fish." The red-bellied piranha has sharp teeth." "Bumblebee goby swim in rivers in Asia."
World Fish Cards for Ages 3 to 6 PDF
Make World Fish Cards for your classroom. Students like to learn about fish. Layout the Continent Label Cards at the top of the work rug. A student or students take turns picking a card and matching it to its continent. Once that work is done they can read the sentences, pick out their favorite and even draw it in their journal!

Most of these fish are freshwater fish. The fish from Antarctica are marine fish. They live in the Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica. Includes 4 fish per continent.
World Fish Elementary Plastic Cards
Includes 63 Cards: 28 Photo Cards, 7 Continent Cards and 28 Sentence Question Cards. (Science-Vertebrates-Fish)

"Tooth fish feed under the pack ice." Murray Cod are carnivores." "African jewelfish eat bugs."
World Fish Elementary PDF
Make World Fish Cards for your classroom. This work includes the photo-sentence cards to match to continent cards. It is simple and fun for your first year students.

The definition~who am I double-sided cards make for interesting work for your older students. Use when learning about the waterways of our world! Great introduction to rivers and oceans- fresh water and marine!