Sorry for posting a day late this week. I guess I should have announced that with Memorial Day, I would be posting late. Apologies!
In that same line of thought, I should let you know that my family is moving soon, so I will be posting more sporadically to allow myself more time to pack/clean/etc! I’m going to shoot for a worksheet pack every two weeks, but we’ll see. Not willing to make any promises yet. Don’t worry–I’m still aiming to have at LEAST a full year of worksheets on here, so once we’ve moved I’ll be on top of it again!
Also, don’t forget–for the next few weeks, I’ll have the Rock Cycle Board Game (described in my Geology Worksheet Pack post) as a subscriber freebie, so sign up for the weekly updates and I’ll send it your way! Do you guys enjoy board games with your kids? Is that something you’d like to see more of? Let me know in the comments or reach out on Instagram (@cookiesandracecars)!!
Hope you liked the Fish Worksheet Pack last week, because we’ve got more lovely sea creatures this week in our OCEAN Worksheet Pack!
Someone said recently that my preschool packs are made for older preschool kids, and they’re probably right. This one is definitely more on that end.
This worksheet pack includes:
- What is the Ocean? (tracing)
- Wave Tracing
- Same/Different Circling
- Ocean Life Graphing
- High and Low Tide (cut and paste)
- Ocean Naming (tracing and geography)
8 worksheets for fun all week or one full day! It’s always interesting to see which ones my boys gravitate towards. I’ll let you know what happens at our house! (Again, I’m pretty regular on Instagram: @cookiesandracecars)
Here’s what you came for:
RELATED CONTENT: There are more ocean animal themed math worksheets in my Ocean Animal Math and Writing Pack and my Picture Math Worksheet Pack if you need more ocean-related math fun in your life! (And the Fish Worksheet Pack from last week, of course.)
For a full list of my worksheets, head over to my Master List of Worksheets!
Our two favorite Ocean books! (Affiliate links included.) I know, only two? But most of our ocean-y books I talked about last week. Oh well.
I think this may be the first non-fiction book I’ve ever written about! But my boys LOVE this book. To my great dismay, they fight over this book a lot. Is it wordy? Yes. Is it above their reading level? Often. But they love the gorgeous photos and illustrations, and they always come away from it having learned something. I think it will just get better and better for them as they grow. Such a fantastic book.
A wonderful bedtime story about a cute otter that is terrible at listening to his mother. Sounds like your kids too, right? Sounds like mine! But it talks about lots of ocean animals and a discussion about habitats comes easily from it.
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Next up will be a Water Worksheet Pack–think water cycle, rain drop math, and maybe a water alphabet matching game if I find time between packing things! Until next time!