Jul 06 2015

16 Crafts, Activities & Printables for Shark Week!

I absolutely get excited every year for Shark Week. It is thrilling to watch the videos of all the sharks, learn facts about some of the coolest underwater creatures, and of course, sneak in some great Shark films like Jaws and Sharknado! This year Shark Week starts Sunday July 5th and I just can’t wait!

Getting the kids involved in something so cool is also fun. They get mesmerized by the animals in the deep as they learn about how sharks feed, move, and which sharks are actually dangerous. Include these 16 crafts to help with the learning. Be careful though, you may end up with a household of Shark Week freaks. I should know…I have one.

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Shark Week Crafts activities and printables

1. Color by Numbers with this great coloring page printable found on www.homemade-preschool.com

2. Print out an adorable shark mask for the kids here

3. Grab several free Shark Coloring Pages and Posters from www.kidzone.ws

4. Get some great Printables for use with children’s books.from www.kidzone.ws

5. More shark coloring pages can be found on printactivities.com

6. Make Delicious Jawsome Shark Fin Cupcakes for shark week events OM NOM OM skgaleana.com

7. Create adorable Footprint Sharks with little feet gluedtomycraftsblog.com

8. let the kids play in a Shark Water-Bead Number and Letter Sensory Bin and learn numbers and counting. Found on livingmontessorinow.com

9. Grab a free Slugterra Printable Coloring Page of MakoBreaker The Shark Slug
naturallyeducational.com

11. Perfect for preschoolers, make a Shark Suncatcher. Follow the instructions found on buggyandbuddy.com

12. Make some Awesomely scary Paper Plate Shark Jaws. Simple and fun! skgaleana.com

13. Shark and Water Themed Fun can be found on toddlerapproved.com

14. Have the kids make a Paper Plate Shark and display them around the house for Shark Week gluedtomycraftsblog.com

15. These delicious Ice Cream Sandwich Sharks will certainly help keep you cool during this summer heat. Recipe found on readingconfetti.com

16. Grab these free Ocean printables and expand the learning! ateachingmommy.com


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