Who doesn’t love Shark week, I created a fun set of under the sea coloring pages that just had to incorporate other sea creatures as well as sharks. I have a huge animal lover in my home and he’s been interested in sharks and ocean animals since forever.
Take a look at my other ocean worksheets for kids. When you combine them all, you’re going to create a really fun learning experience for the kids! The more that they can learn about the ocean, the better.
We’ve read so many different books about ocean animals and our family has bought some wonderful books for him to jump into as well.
You’d think he would get exhausted on the subject but he’s just eating it all up. We recently took a trip to the aquarium and he loved it. It was his favorite attraction and he still speaks about all the different animals he was able to see in person.
My son is a huge shark fan and he knows so many of them. We’ve prepping to start a sharks unit study and he can’t wait. I love focusing on smaller topics during the summer, it changes up school and adds some spice to our school day.
Make certain to check out our Ocean in a Bottle Experiment as well.
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Free Under the Sea Coloring Pages
I’m all about having coloring pages for the kids. The best part about these coloring pages is that they’re fun to color and also help the kids learn, too. They can write out their letters and also the names of the animals and ocean animals as well.
Why is coloring for kids important?
I’ve been having the kids work on their coloring skills for as long as I can remember. It’s an easy way to get them to concentrate on staying in the lines as well as working on their hand-eye coordination as well.
Coloring for kids can be a great way to help them work on their colors as well as using various colors to create unique pictures.
I also think that coloring is perfect for using imagination skills as well as making something totally unique as well.
Once the kids get done coloring, they’re much more likely to want to show off their creations as well. Use this as a fun way for them to be creative, too.
More sensory activities for kids
Have you seen our ocean sensory bin? I love adding fun hands-on projects for the little ones. Sensory bins are the perfect way to have the kids using their hands and eyes for creative play.
The great thing about sensory bins is that you can add in anything that you’d like. This means that you can swap out items for different items so that the sensory bin stays new and unique. Best of all, the kids can find things that they want to add into the sensory bins as well.
Ocean Books for Kids
Make certain that you check out these other ocean books for kids as well. When you combine these books with other types of books, the kids can really have a ton of learning as well!
Shark Lady: The True Story of How Eugenie Clark Became the Ocean’s Most Fearless Scientist (Women in Science Books, Marine Biology for Kids, Shark Gifts)Ocean: A Visual EncyclopediaThe Adventures of Myrtle the Turtle: Teaching Kids About Ocean Plastic Pollution and Recycling, Children’s Picture Book Age 3-5Save the Ocean (Save the Earth Book 1)The Magic School Bus on the Ocean FloorOver in the Ocean( In a Coral Reef)[OVER IN THE OCEAN-BOARD][Board Books]
Free Under the Sea Coloring Pages
Don’t forget to download the coloring pages! It’s as simple as clicking on the link below to get started!
More Fun Ocean Learning for Kids
In celebration of Shark week, visit my friends to find more shark ideas.
Shark Ideas for Kids
Sh Sound Digraph Game – Sight and Sound Reading
Getting Smart about Sharks (Free Printables) – The Natural Homeschool
Shark I Spy Printable – Simple Fun for Kids
Rockin’ Paper Plate Shark Craft – Artsy Momma
Feed the Shark Fine Motor Game – School Time Snippets
Shark Cootie Catcher – Easy Peasy and Fun