Under the Sea Animals Week
This theme will last only a week. He loves anything sea animal related. It was hard to narrow down what activities we were going to do, because I know he would have loved them all! I was very pleased with all the activities I chose and I think my son was too! Every morning he would wake up and say “I want to do school, I want to do school!”
Links to where I found all these lovely craft ideas and Worksheets. I am so thankful that i was able to find these sources! I even used some of my own ideas too! There is the teaching degree working…YAY!
Shark Foot Print- http://gluedtomycraftsblog.com/2013/08/footprint-sharks-craft.html
Sea Animals Dot-a-Dot- http://www.giftofcuriosity.com/ocean-do-a-dot-printables/#comment-28211
Handprint Octopus- http://www.kinderkorner.com/underthesea.html
Sea Animal dot-a-dot , Shape Matcher, Maze, Number Matcher, Pattern and more- http://homeschoolcreations.com/oceanpreschoolpack.html
Jelly Fish- I saw some ideas on pinterest and decided to change it up and use what I have at home. I used a paperplate, contact paper (glued to plate), tissue paper, glitter glue, and googly eyes.
B is for Burning bush- http://www.catholicicing.com/bible-alphabet-crafts/
Alphabets of all sizes- http://www.themeasuredmom.com/free-handwriting-worksheets-for-preschool/
A lot of ideas came from http://www.teacherspayteacher.com (if there isn’t an image of a craft or sheet, it most likely came from here)
Jellyfish and Under the Sea scene Coloring Sheets-http://mrprintables.com/under-the-sea-coloring-pages.html
Toilet paper octopus- Saw it on www.Pinterest.com and just made it myself.