Beach and Ocean Sensory Squish Bags - Fantastic Fun & Learning
Explore the beach and the ocean with these sensory squish bags for toddlers and preschoolers. Summer fun at home or the perfect addition to your preschool ocean theme
Ocean Sensory Writing Tray - The Imagination Tree
Learn letters in an ocean themed sensory tray-Take about 1 cup of fine salt and mix it with a small amount of gel food colouring in a sealed zip loc bag, shaking it and mixing the colour through with your fingers (through the plastic) until it has completely covered it. Do not add any water. Then tip it out into the tray and it should dry very fast and be ready to use within an hour.
Tot School: Ocean - Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten
We love salt trays for practicing pre-writing skills! This blue letter writing salt tray is perfect for an ocean theme in tot school, preschool, or the kindergarten classroom.
30+ Fantastic Activities for a Preschool Ocean Theme | Fun-A-Day!
35 awesome ideas for a kindergarten or preschool ocean theme. Includes arts and crafts, literacy, play doughs, sensory bins, math, snacks and science!
Salt Water Experiment | Ocean Science for Kids
Do this simple salt water experiment to teach kids about the respective density of salt water and fresh water. It's a fantastic kitchen science experiment that works for an ocean unit or a density science lesson. The perfect STEM activity for kids to use a controlled variable and works great as a science fair project!
Shark and Water Themed Fun - Toddler Approved
The following post is from our kid's craft and activity contributor EJ: My daughter and I were invited to attend a "Kindergarten Is FIN tastic Party" hosted by Danielle of Mommy and Me Book Club featuring the fun book, Don't Eat The Teacher, by Nick Ward. I had the easy job of planning a few water/shark themed games. BelowContinue Reading
Ocean in a Bag!
This is a fun and easy project that your kids will love! They will create a tactile ocean with favorite ocean life inside. First you will need a strong quart size zip top plastic bag. Freezer bags work well. You will also need some craft foam. We used scraps from other projects. Kids can cut out shapes of fish, sea stars, eels and other ocean animals. I also have some pre-cut foam in sea weed shapes. You might even be able to find foam fish like these... I also had these cute little shells…