Under the Sea Math and Literacy Activities

under the sea math and literacy activities

Let’s dive into all things ocean! This Under the Sea Math and Literacy pack contains printable activities that strengthen the following skills:

* Classification
* Counting
* One-to-one correspondence
* Number recognition
* Measurement
* Graphing
* Writing
* Fine motor
* Beginning sound recognition
* Upper and lowercase letter recognition
* Language/dictation
* Self-expression
* Visual discrimination
* Following directions
* Phonological and phonemic awareness

under the sea math and literacy activities


Items Included:

– Sorting Sea Creatures – Size Skills worksheet (1)
– Jumpin’ Jellyfish – Counting/Writing Numbers worksheet (1)
– Underwater Colors – Counting/Following Directions worksheet (1)
– Sizing Seahorses – Measuring Height worksheet (1)
– Got Fins? – Classification worksheet (1)
– Fishy Friends – Graphing worksheet (1)
– Ocean Animals – Beginning Sounds – worksheet (1)
– Under the Sea Rhyme with Me – Rhyming worksheet (1)
– Max’s Fish Store – Segmenting Syllables worksheet (1)
– Starfish Fun – Matching Upper and Lowercase Letters worksheet (1)
– What is Missing? – Visual Discrimination worksheet (1)
– Writing Prompt – “If I lived under the sea, I would..” worksheet (1)
– Under the Sea Word Wall/Writing Center Vocabulary Cards (color – 10)
– Under the Sea Word Wall/Writing Center Vocabulary Cards (b&w – 10)
– Fishy Alphabet Match-Up Puzzle Cards (color – 26, A-Z)
– Fishy Alphabet Match-Up Puzzle Cards (b&w – 26, A-Z)

downloadCLICK HERE TO GRAB THIS UNDER THE SEA MATH AND LITERACY PACK.



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Free Father’s Day Questionnaire

Looking for a little something extra to go along with your preschoolers’ Father’s Day gifts? Download this fun and free Father’s Day questionnaire. Your children’s answers will be sure to put a smile on their dads’ faces. Older children may be able to copy/write their own responses, otherwise just have them dictate.

DOWNLOAD THE FATHER’S DAY QUESTIONNAIRE.

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Valentine’s Day Love Collages

Love is in the air! The children began their Valentine’s Day festivities by making love collages. After spying all of the colorful goodies to work with, they could not wait to get started! These are the materials that we used in our classroom, but you may modify them in any way you’d like.

An array of Valentine scrapbook paper was gathered and a Fiskars squeeze punch was used to make the decorative hearts. While working, the kids had fun sorting through all of the different designs.

Some wire ribbon, some pink yarn, and a little cut up garland provided a bit of color and sparkle, and a whole lot of texture. As the children chose their pieces, we discussed how each of the items felt.

MATERIALS USED:

– Construction paper
– Glue
– Our free printable heart template
Fiskars heart squeeze punch
– Valentine scrapbook paper
– Yarn
– Garland
– Tissue paper
– Sequins
– Fabric
– Wire ribbon
– Pipe cleaners/fuzzy sticks

EXPANSION IDEAS:

Take the children’s dictation on the back of the collages. Maybe something along the lines of “I am loved because….” or “I love Mommy and Daddy because…”.

Use your imagination and have fun!



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