Students will LOVE this free adaptation flip book. Help students solidify what they learned about Great White Sharks with a fun comprehension activity. CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Teaching to Love. (3,4,5).
Book Companion Freebie
Students will love these shark themed freebies created as a companion to the wonderful book, How to Survive as a Shark by Kristen Foote. Kids will get to complete a word search, arrange shark related words in alphabetical order, and fill in an author's purpose worksheet. (1,2,3). Click here for this FREE resource from Happy Little Learners.
Float or Sink?
These are 2 great activities to teach and reinforce the concepts of floating and sinking. The first lesson discusses whether solid objects can float or sink and the second lesson discusses whether liquids can float on not. This ties in with the concept that the oil in a shark's liver gives it buoyancy so it doesn't sink. (1, 2, 3). CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Savvy Teaching Tips.
Nonfiction Comprehension Questions
This FREE product includes 10 nonfiction comprehension questions, each with three multiple choice answers. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the book, How to Survive as a Shark, written by Kristen Foote and illustrated by Erica Salcedo. (4, 5, 6, 7, 8). CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Lindsey Karol.
Book Companion Guide
These graphic organizers are a great companion to support your work revolving around the book How to Survive as a Shark by Kristen Foote. Students will love learning about sharks through the use of the book and these recording sheets. The following graphic organizers are included in the set: anticipation guide, KWL chart, Fact or Opinion sheet, How to Writing template, and Can, Have, Are chart. (1,2,3). Click here for this FREE resource from The Reading Roundup.
How To Survive as a Shark: Sink or Swim
After reading How to Survive as a Shark, have students test their knowledge and referencing skills by determining which statements are true and false. They'll have to use close and careful reading strategies along with going back in the text to prove whether their evidence is true or false. (2, 3, 4, 5). CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Teaching with a Touch of Twang.
Graphic Organizers for Nonfiction Text
This set of graphic organizers can be used in reading, writing, and science. Research, inquiry, and comprehension of nonfiction text takes practice. Teachers can model these important skills using the book How to Survive as a Shark by Kristen Foote. CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from The Happy Teacher.
Shark pups, welcome to shark school! This free resource contains a shark hat students can make to supplement learning about sharks or other ocean themed lessons. (PreK, K, 1, 2). CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Dream Big Little One.
82 Page Book Companion
Students will love learning all about sharks in this fun packed companion to the wonderful book, How to Survive as a Shark by Kristen Foote. Kids will get the opportunity to learn all about sharks through informative guides, reading, and writing. Every page is thoughtfully laid out to encourage engagement and enjoyment. This resource is packed full of worksheets, games, booklets and activities! (1,2,3). Click here to purchase this resource from Happy Little Learners.
This free resource includes 18 true/false cards and a vocabulary matching activity to accompany How To Survive as a Shark. (2, 3, 4). CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Teach Speech 365.
These free puzzles were designed to accompany the book “How to Survive as a Shark”. There are 7 puzzles, each puzzle has a different vocabulary term and definition related to sharks. (3, 4, 5) CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Chocolate Covered Classroom Creations.
Main Idea and Details
These activities are based on the book How to Survive as a Shark and include: Main Idea and Details, Vocabulary Word Hunt, and Text-based Questions. CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from BonBon.
Task Cards/Literature Scoot
This activity includes 20 comprehension task card questions. These can be used as an assessment, a scoot, at a center or just for fun. Also included is a paper quiz to use for students who are absent or need a re-take. Answer key included. (1, 2, 3). CLICK HERE to PURCHASE this resource from BonBon.
Interactive Read Aloud
This set includes, Reading Response Pages that can be made into a booklet for student reading responses, Research cover page and recording sheet, Interactive Read Aloud Prompts in two formats, ideas for activities for Before, During and After reading, and two extension activities: Vocabulary Fun and Informational Paragraphs. (3, 4, 5). CLICK HERE to purchase this resource from Chocolate Covered Classroom Creations.
Label Shark Parts
NO PREP! Includes automatic grading and progress monitoring!!! Students will label the seven fins on a shark by dragging fin label to the correct fin in the picture. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Lisa Goodell.
Great White Shark True/False Quiz
Students take a fun True/False quiz about great white sharks after reading the book, How to Survive as a Shark. An answer slide is given after each question slide. Total of 31 slides, and 15 true/false questions based on the text. Please select "full sized preview” to hear sound in the preview. (2, 3, 4) CLICK HERE to purchase this resource from Lisa Goodell.
Shark Facts & Opinions Sort
The activity is provided twice. First, the activity is provided with black and white sentence strips, a page labeled “facts” and “opinions”, and fact/opinions envelopes. The students can cut the sentence strips, glue the envelop edges (only the edges) to their pages, and then sort the sentences into the correct envelopes. See the image for an idea on the final products. Of course, students can also color as desired. The activity is then provided with color cards and sorting pages to make this activity into a center or group activity. CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Rebecca Reid.
Review How to Survive as a Shark by Kristen Foote with a comprehension check, graphic organizers, and vocabulary definitions. This resource also includes a shark types concentration game. (2,3) CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from BrowniePoints.
Shark Craftivity with Writing Prompts
This product includes a shark craft pattern, speech bubbles, a full page writing prompt, and a half page writing prompt. (K,1,2) CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Literacy and Lattes.
Shark Word Wall, Vocabulary, Facts, and Shark Craftivity
This freebie includes a How to Survive as a Shark Word Wall, Shark vocabulary activity, shark facts and shark craftivity. (1,2) CLICK HERE to get this FREE resource from Selma Dawani.
Shark Word Searches
These word searches were made to be used with Kristen Foote's book How to Survive as a Shark - a fun book with awesome facts about sharks! A lower primary (easier) word search is included as well as an upper primary (more challenging) word search featuring lots of great vocabulary terms. If you have trouble "surviving" the word search, answer keys are included. (K,1,2,3) CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Mrs Magee.
How To Survive as a Shark Vocabulary
These no prep cards and worksheets help define the words in the book with pictures and check for comprehension after the story. (K,1,2,3). CLICK HERE for this FREE resource from Panda Speech.