The Ocean for Kinder Kids has 62 fun Language and Math ocean themed NO PREP printables. There are also 44 illustrated Word Wall cards.
Oceans for Kinder Kids contains:
Label the Ocean Creatures:
Seahorse, Goldfish, Turtle, Seal, Hermit Crab
Ocean Creature Sight Word Searches:
*Search the Whale - ‘blue’
*Search the Shell - ‘water'
*Search the Manatee - ‘little’
*Search the Shark - ‘what’
*Search the Crab - ‘some’
*Search the Dolphin - ‘jump’
First Sound – write initial sound
Which blend? – write initial consonant blends
Which vowel? – write the medial vowel
*Redmond the Ray
*Peg the Puffer Fish
Fishy Families – color by word family: an, en, ig, ot, ug
Jellyfish Jive – color by word family: silent e words
Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) The whale is big.
Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) Can you see the dolphin?
Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) The little fish swam away.
Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) There are sharks in the ocean.
Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) The crab is under a rock.
Sentence (cut, glue, write) These anemones protect the clown fish.
What can I see in the ocean? - missing word
Read, Roll and Write Sea Urchin – big, blue, look, said, one, little
Read, Roll and Write Puffer Fish – three, go, find, for, come, funny
Read, Roll and Write Octopus – fish, you, see, where, can, yellow
Read, Roll and Write Whale- water, to, help, and, it, away
Collecting Ocean Creatures– sharing equally between two children
Counting Mermen – to 12
Counting Mermaids – to 16
Counting Mermaids – to 17-28
Count the Ocean Creatures
How many ocean creatures? - matching quantities to number words - to 10
How many ocean creatures? - matching quantities to number words - to 15
Tally Marks – to 10
Tally Marks – to 20
How many letters in the ocean words?
Ten Frames - How many puffer fish?
Ten Frames - numbers to 10
Ten Frames - numbers to 20
Add and Color – Under Water Adding - to 10
Add and Color – Doubles Reef - to 10
Subtract and Color – Diving in the Deep - to 10
Subtract and Color – Rainbow Fish - to 10
Ocean Time - o’clock time, match digital to analog time
Under the Sea Time- o’clock time, draw hands on clock faces
What comes next? – basic patterning
What comes next? – more complex patterning
I can count by 2s – to 10
I can count by 2s - to 20
I can count by 5s – to 50
Word Wall Activity Suggestions
Ocean Word Wall Cards – 44 cards with color illustrations
See what these happy buyers had to say:
"This resource contains SO many activities related to an ocean themed unit! The activities can be used in many ways: centers, morning work, small group, etc. The activities made it easy to differentiate the instruction to my leveled groups within the ocean theme we used at the end of the year. Loved it!"
"I am so thrilled with my purchase. I am teaching a summer school bridge from K to 1st and this is exactly what I needed. A perfect mix of phonics, letter sounds, sight words, etc. I also look forward to using it during the year as well for my 1st graders."
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