25 ocean crafts shark ideas

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Four Little Monsters: Shark Week Shark Party Ideas: Shark Crafts, Learning & Shark Snacks



Ocean Animal Coffee Filter Suncatcher Craft for Kids + Pattern –

Ocean Animal Coffee Filter Suncatcher Craft for Kids + free template: We used coffee filters and cut out animal silhouettes like a dolphin, shark, whale, and fish to make colorful suncatchers perfect for summer or ocean activities with the kids. We have been learning about the Ocean which fits perfectly with this month’s Kids Crafts Stars theme–to create a new ocean themed kids craft. I wanted to come up with something simple and beautiful that reminded me of looking at the ocean. We used coffee filters and cut out animal silhouettes like a dolphin, shark, whale, and fish to make colorful suncatchers to …


This newspaper shark craft for kids is amazingly simple to make and is great for kids of all ages so it makes a perfect activity for the whole family. Great shark week craft, ocean craft for kids, summer kids craft and fun craft after visiting your local aquarium. #ad

We have been learning about the Ocean which fits perfectly with this month’s Kids Crafts Stars theme–to create a new ocean themed kids craft. I wanted to come up with something simple and beautiful that reminded me of looking at the ocean. We used coffee filters and cut out animal silhouettes like a dolphin, shark, whale, and fish to make colorful suncatchers to …

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Shark Toilet Paper Roll Craft

Shark Toilet Paper Roll Craft – This easy kids craft is so fun! Make it during shark week or when your kids are studying an ocean unit. Learning about ocean animals? Just want to make a fun craft with the kids for shark week? This shark toilet paper roll craft is so easy and fun!


Shark Hat. Use for the child who’s it during game of “Balloon Buried Treasure”.

Learning about ocean animals? Just want to make a fun craft with the kids for shark week? This shark toilet paper roll craft is so easy and fun!


25 Fabulously Creative Ocean Crafts

These 25 Fabulously Creative Ocean Crafts are perfect for summer kids crafts, ocean kid crafts, fun kids crafts and ocean crafts for kids. These 25 Fabulously Creative Ocean Crafts are perfect for summer kids crafts, ocean kid crafts, fun kids crafts and ocean crafts for kids.

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Feed the Shark Alphabet Game for Kids

Toddler Approved!: Feed the Shark Alphabet Game for Kids Read: Clark the Shark Dares to Share by Bruce Hale…activities certainly can be adapted to classroom needs during a shark theme in your classroom…Have fun with it. Feed the shark with reading, math, writing activities…Imagination is all that is required… This week we are having ocean themed fun every day!! Today we are sharing a simple shark alphabet game that all three of my kids (ages 6, 3, 1) enjoyed. They even helped me adapt it so that it worked for all of them. My favorite ocean animal is a shark! I have loved studying about sharks since I was little and so I was really excited to discover that my toddler is also a big fan of sharks!! Recently Harper Collins sent us Clark the Shark Dares to Share by Bruce Hale. My preschooler has loved listening to the story but my toddler is the one who is obsessed with the book. He isn’t able to sit and listen to the whole thing yet, but he loves to carry the book all around the house and look at the photos. He even learned how to say, “shark!” The book talks about Clark the Shark’s experience as he learns about sharing at school. At first he is really confused, but then as he meets different characters he learns more about how to share. Our favorite part of the book is all of the silly character names! Since we’ve been obsessed with sharks lately we created our own cardboard shark and used it to play a simple alphabet and color game! Materials Needed: large piece of cardboard scissors white cardstock cut into shark teeth shapes tape colored cardstock (cut into fish shapes) marker Directions: To get started you’ll need to cut a shark head out of your piece of cardboard and then cut a mouth out of the center. Next tape some shark teeth around the whole mouth. Turn the shark over and then use painters tape to secure it in place up against a table, box, or anywhere else that will allow the shark to stand up and still have some space behind it. Next you’ll need to cut out some fish shapes from cardstock and then add numbers, letters, or sight words on each fish. My 6-year-old did lots of cutting for me for this activity. I did alphabet letters for my preschooler, sight words for my kindergartener, and then just left some blank for the toddler fish so we could work on color words! Once all of the fish were cut we put them next to the shark and then I let the kids just explore and play!! My toddler started stuffing the fish in the shark’s mouth immediately while my other kids looked at the letters and words on the fish first. I loved watching how my daughter would stick a fish in the shark’s mouth and just randomly talk about the alphabet letters she was finding while she explored. While she explored letters my toddler explored colors. Every time he put a fish into the shark’s mouth I would tell him the color. After a little while he started telling me the colors of each fish that he picked up. Sometimes he was right, sometimes he was wrong, and I just kept using the right words as he talked… and by the time we were done, he was mostly saying the correct words for the color letters. He even did some color matching! My toddler enjoyed this activity the most out of all of my kids. He just loved dropping all of the fish into the shark’s mouth and then once they were all in, bringing them back around to the front of the shark and dropping them in again… and again. I love it when I created an activity that is not only teaching something, but it also really fun for the kids to play! I was actually surprised at how much they enjoyed this activity and how long they played with it… considering how simple it is. Do you have any other favorite ocean themed crafts or activities you could share with us? Head on over to our Ocean Week landing page to see the other activities we’ve shared this week. Also, don’t forget to head over and enter to win a PaddlePak backpack for your little explorer!! There are nine different paddlepaks to choose from and all of them go along perfectly with our ocean week theme!! Disclosure: Thanks so much Harper Collins for sending along a free copy of Clark the Shark Dares to Share by Bruce Hale for us to review and enjoy together.


12 FUN Shark Crafts for Kids

Shark crafts for kids – so many cute ideas for an ocean theme for preschool or kindergarten Help kids explore their natural interest and curiosity about sharks with these 12 really fun and creative shark crafts for kids of all ages. Whether you are exploring an ocean unit or just have a child who is interested in sharks, your kids are going to love these 12 Fun Shark Crafts for Kids from …


Arts and Craft for Kids: Pool Noodle Shark This fun shark would be fun to make for an ocean unit or Shark Week. Children could also use it as a puppet.

Help kids explore their natural interest and curiosity about sharks with these 12 really fun and creative shark crafts for kids of all ages. Whether you are exploring an ocean unit or just have a child who is interested in sharks, your kids are going to love these 12 Fun Shark Crafts for Kids from …

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Shark Week Crafts & Party Ideas

Love sharks? Can’t get enough of Shark Week? Check out these fun paper crafts and party ideas! Love sharks? Can’t get enough of Shark Week? Check out these fun paper shark crafts and party ideas!


Shark Week Simple Paper Shark Craft

Here is a simple and cute paper shark craft kids will love making for Shark Week. Fun shark week activities for kids and ocean craft for kids. Here’s a simple and cute paper shark craft kids will love making for Shark Week. Fun shark week activities for kids and ocean craft for kids.


Paper plate shark craft

Here’s a simple and cute paper shark craft kids will love making for Shark Week. Fun shark week activities for kids and ocean craft for kids.

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20+ Fun Shark Crafts

SHARK CRAFTS 20+ Fun Shark Crafts, shark art and shark activity ideas to keep kids creating all Summer. Fantastic shark week crafts for shark fans. 20 of the best SHARK CRAFTS for the kids to sink their teeth into all Summer long!


Paper Plate Ocean Crafts

PAPER PLATE OCEAN CRAFTS – 20 awesome sea themed Summer crafts for kids. From swimming jellyfish to chomping sharks and nipping crabs you’ll have lots of fun with these beach crafts. #beachcrafts #paperplatecrafts #oceancrafts #summercrafts #seacrafts #kidscrafts #craftsforkids #kidscraftroom PAPER PLATE OCEAN CRAFTS – From swimming jellyfish to chomping sharks, you’ll have lots of fun with these beach crafts


16 Breeze ocean crafts

16 Ocean Crafts for Kids and Adults by Moms and Crafters, including the Shark Attack Melt and Pour Soap for kids, adults, and kids-at-heart…

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Clothespin Shark

Whether it’s Shark Week or just an ordinary Tuesday, this shark craft is fun for kids and makes a great… Whether it’s Shark Week or just an ordinary Tuesday, this shark craft is fun for kids and makes a great …


Shark Fin Hat Craft

Shark Hat Craft – Fun and cute kids craft for an ocean unit or shark week! This shark fin hat craft is a fun activity for an ocean themed unit or shark week. It’s easy to put together, and your kids will have a blast being sharks.


Fish Eating Shark Toy

Fish Eating Shark Toy – Fun Family Crafts This quick and easy game can be made in just minutes using a few supplies and a free printable.

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Feed the Shark Template

This quick and easy game can be made in just minutes using a few supplies and a free printable.


Ocean Animal Coffee Filter Suncatcher Craft for Kids + Pattern –

Ocean Animal Coffee Filter Suncatcher Craft for Kids + free template: We used coffee filters and cut out animal silhouettes like a dolphin, shark, whale, and fish to make colorful suncatchers perfect for summer or ocean activities with the kids. We have been learning about the Ocean which fits perfectly with this month’s Kids Crafts Stars theme–to create a new ocean themed kids craft. I wanted to come up with something simple and beautiful that reminded me of looking at the ocean. We used coffee filters and cut out animal silhouettes like a dolphin, shark, whale, and fish to make colorful suncatchers to …


Ripped water color paper to create ocean on sky paper with shark fin art project for kids

We have been learning about the Ocean which fits perfectly with this month’s Kids Crafts Stars theme–to create a new ocean themed kids craft. I wanted to come up with something simple and beautiful that reminded me of looking at the ocean. We used coffee filters and cut out animal silhouettes like a dolphin, shark, whale, and fish to make colorful suncatchers to …

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End of the year sharks

sharks craftivity- Love how many different expressions the children created! I have recently moved to WordPress and I am still learning how to use my blog. This is going to be my first post 😉 I want to share our end of the year with you. We have had a great end of second grade. I had a great group and I will miss them… Read More


Shark Toilet Paper Roll Craft

Learning about ocean animals? Just want to make a fun craft with the kids for shark week? This shark toilet paper roll craft is so easy and fun! Learning about ocean animals? Just want to make a fun craft with the kids for shark week? This shark toilet paper roll craft is so easy and fun!


34 Amazing Paper Plate Crafts for Kids!

Paper Plate Shark, just fun Amazing paper plate crafts kids will love! Masks, purses, instruments and animals.

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Ocean week in preschool…how big is a real great white?!?! The kids loved it and we counted how many kids could fit inside!

Amazing paper plate crafts kids will love! Masks, purses, instruments and animals.

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