Ocean Cursive Letter Find Printable
The fresh air, the warm breeze, and the feel of sand on your toes make the ocean a wonderful place to be. For those who aren’t able to get to the ocean, we can still have fun learning about the ocean through books and documentaries. If you have an ocean lover, this fun ocean cursive letter find printable will help them begin to recognize cursive letters. And for more learning fun, check out these Ocean Worksheets!
While many believe cursive writing is dead, some homeschoolers teach cursive to their kids before manuscript letters, we like to transition to cursive writing in third grade. Because I have a reluctant writer who feels like his hand may fall off if he writes more than two sentences I’m starting in the 4th grade with my son.
I really need to work on penmanship with him and my oldest so they’re both going through it. I had ignored it with my oldest and his writing looks atrocious.
This is a fun way to get my son introduced to the letters because cursive letters may as well look like a new alphabet, at least to him anyways.
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Ocean Cursive Letter Find Printable Supplies
- Printer (I have this one)
- Dot markers / Bingo dabber
Want to save on ink? Try the HP Instant Ink program to save money on ink. I have the HP 8710 which is discontinued, but it has a scanner and copying feature which is super handy as a homeschooler. I’ve been super happy with my HP printer for our homeschool needs.
Print out the cursive letter find pages onto paper and have your child use a bingo dabber or dot marker to find the correct letters. If you’d like to reuse them, place them in a page protector and have your child use a block, pom poms, or mini erasers to mark the correct answers.
Why learn cursive?
Imagine your children not being able to read old history texts or writing from others that aren’t printed. I wanted all my kids to learn to read and write it even if they choose not to use it.
One of my two boys choose to write cursive and his penmanship is gorgeous. The other can read it but prefers to print.
Some homeschoolers prefer to start teaching their kids to write cursive letters before manuscripts. We didn’t do that but it’s another way of thinking.
Try these fun ocean activities for kids to extend the learning fun.
Recommended Ocean Books for Kids
I always like to have an ocean encyclopedia on hand too since the kids love to see real photos of all of the weird sea creatures that are found in the ocean. Pair it with a fun ocean story and any child will want to visit the ocean.
We’re still huge fans of picture books paired with non-fiction selections so we can see the real versions of the animals.
Ocean: A Visual EncyclopediaCommotion in the OceanBig Book of the Blue (The Big Book Series)Big Beautiful OceanOver and Under the WavesThe Rainbow Fish
Recommended Ocean Toys
To extend the activity, have your child write about their favorite ocean animal, or use these ocean animal food chain printables. Put on an ocean documentary and get some library books about the ocean.
Safari Ltd Ocean TOOB Comes With 12 Different Hand Painted Animal Toy Figurine Models Including Sea Lion, Eagle Ray, Starfish, Turtle, Penguin, Octopus, Humpback Whale, Sperm Whale, Moray Eel, Hammerhead Shark, Tiger Shark, and Dolphin For Ages 5 and UpShark Toys Figures,Large Ocean Animals Toys,Realistic Design Shark ReplicaMONILON Water Beads, 24 Pcs Ocean Sea Animals Tactile Sensory Play Kids Toys for Boys Girls, Water Gel Soft Beads Growing Jelly Balls for Spa Refill, Pool & Decor-Inflatable Water Mat IncludePLAYMOBIL Aquarium Building SetNATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Ultimate Ocean Play Sand – 2 LBS of Sand, 6 Molds, 6 Figures and Activity TrayCubicFun-National Geographic Ocean Puzzle Educational Toys with Bookelts,Undersea Adventure DS0974h
Writing may seem like a tedious chore for some, but it doesn’t have to be! Like this printable, there are lots of creative resources out there that can make the experience more enjoyable. Even if you don’t end up using something like this ocean cursive letters find printable anytime soon, it’s always good to have options when it comes time to spread creativity on paper.
Download the Ocean cursive printable below
Go ahead and save these printables to help teach your kids about cursive letter formation. It’s a fun way to learn when you pair it with a theme they’re interested in.
We don’t all have the same writing style, so why would this paper look any one way? With tools such as this one, you can add an extra personal touch – something special and unique – to your writing project.
More Ocean Learning Activities
Ocean Sensory Bag by Homeschool Preschool
Ocean Cutting Practice by 3 Boys and a Dog
Ocean Animals Letter Tracing Print & Cursive by 3 Dinosaurs
See the other Summer Learning Printables here and stay tuned for the new ones.
I just wanted to say I love that you’re sharing free cursive resources! Everyone should have a chance to develop their own cursive style and be able to read cursive, too! You’ve inspired me to create something to help my little dragons differentiate cursive p and q and g. Thanks!
Yes, my 4th grader is learning it now and his writing is so beautiful!
Thank you for your hard work. I am currently relearning many activities after losing my dominate arm in an accident.