I have created an Under the sea resources pack for children in the EYFS. This usually includes children from birth to five years. However some of the products in this pack will be suitable for older children too.
These under the sea resources include worksheets, print and play games, classroom decor, activity planners and crafts for children to do.
This huge pack consists of 200 pages
Right now lets get on to showing you what you will recieve in this under the sea teachers resources pack:
Under the sea math book.
In this 15 paged math book you will recieve the following worksheets and games:
Can you colour in 5 crabs.
Can you match the mirror images.
Can you make 5.
Colour by number.
Recognising big and little.
Numeral and number cards. - print out two copies and use for matching games, snap, who can find the...
Following simple patterns.
Can you draw 5 fish.
Simple picture addition.
How many can you count.
Count and match to numeral.
How many dolphins can you count.
Can you colour in three fish.
Under the sea colour recognition book.
In this colour recognition work book you will recieve the following worksheets and games:
Two can you match the colours worksheets.
A colour in the seahorse page.
Eight colour posters. Each poster has a colourful seahorse. The colour is written in dotted print enabling children to practice writing over the word. These would be lovely to use as a display. The colours of the seahorses are: yellow, red, purple, pink, orange, green, white and blue.
A how many red fish can you count worksheet.
Colour seahorse cards. you can use them for matching games, snap, can you find the...
Under the sea number line.
This under the sea number line needs to be printed onto A5 paper. It goes from 1 - 10.
Under the sea jigsaws.
There are 6 different jigsaws that you can print out. Children have to colour the picture and cut on the lines to make their jigsaw. They can then stick it back together again on another piece of paper. If you wanted to keep the jigsaws you could print them out on card and once the children have coloured them in and cut them out they could be laminated.
Under the sea initial letters workbook.
In this initial letters workbook you will find the following worksheets and games:
Seven initial letter copying worksheets, for example 's is for shark'
Four 'find the initial letter' worksheets.
Two colour by letter worksheets.
A cut out and matching game. Children have to match the initial letter to the word.
A 'find the pictures that begin with s' worksheet.
Two alphabet lines.
One of the alphabet lines includes the letter of the alphabet and a cute 'under the sea' image. The image does not match the letter. This needs to be printed onto A5 paper.
The other alphabet line consists of the letter, an 'under the sea' themed picture of the animal that begins with that letter, and the name of it. This is printed onto A4.
Under the sea phonic cards.
There are 8 pages of phonic cards. You will need to print them out twice and cut them out. They can then be used for matching games. I have included the following sounds: s,a,t,p,i,n,m,d,g,o,c,k,ck,e,u,r,h,b,f,ff,l,ll,s,ss,j,v,w,x,y,z,zz,qu.
Under the sea sight words.
There are seven pages of sight words, which gives you 40 sight words. The sight words are inside a fish template. You can either print it out twice and use them as matching cards, or you can add a paper clip to the fish, and encourage your children to catch a word. (To make a fishing rod just tie some string to a stick and add a small magnet to the end of the string. The magnet will stick to the paper clip on the sight word fish.)
Under the sea writing pages.
There are nine cute designed writing pages for you to print out for your children. They can use them for free writing or to use for display work.
Under the sea - I have.. who has?.. game.
This is an easy and fun game for children to play. You print out the colourful cards and give one to each child in the group. Each child has an animal and they need to find the person who has the other animal on their card. It is a good game to play at circle time.
Under the sea scavenger hunt.
This scavenger hunt consists of twelve under the sea animals to cut out and hide. Each child is then given the list, with the pictures and words of the sea animals. The first one to find all the animals is the winner.
Can you move like a ... card game.
There are five A5 cards in this game. This game would work well for a warm up during circle time. You can show the card and the children have to move around like the animal on the picture.
A sea animal drawing book.
There are 10 pages in this sea animal drawing book. Children have to copy over the animals name and draw a picture of the animal in the box underneath. They can write their name in the handwriting lines on the front page. These would make a lovely book to send home for parents to keep.
Under the sea themed days of the week.
You can use these days of the week printables to create an under the sea themed day board. Included in these printables are:
Monday - Sunday.
5 shark images to use to decorate your day board.
Under the sea name labels.
There are 20 different designed name labels. 10 of them are in colour and the other 10 in black and white. These could be used for coat pegs or draw labels.
Under the sea door hangers.
There are five different designs which children can add their name to and cut out and colour.
Under the sea bookmarks.
There are two different designs for children to choose from. There is room on the bookmark to add their name and the book they are reading.
Reward charts and certificates.
There are four different types of reward charts and an A5 reward certificate to help promote positive behaviour in the classroom.
Under the sea activity planners.
I have included the following documents to help you plan educational activities for your under the sea theme:
A seven paged under the sea activity ideas document.
A fifteen paged under the sea book list to compliment the theme.
Three filled in weekly activity planners.
A sixteen paged weekly activity planner document which looks at the activities in the filled in weekly activity planners in more detail.
A blank weekly activity planner for you to fill in.