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Shark Week Round Up

It’s Shark Week!  We have a killer Shark Week Round Up of crafts, lessons, and books to share with you shark lovers!

shark week round up

Living Montessori Now – Shark Unit Study

The Homeschool Scientist – Shark Unit Links

Educating Laytons – Squidoo Mini Shark Unit Lesson

Toddler Approved – Shark and Water Themed Fun

Naturally Educational – Duct Tape Shark Craft

I Heart Crafty Things – Shark Alphabet Chomper Game

HodgePodge – Shark Pastel

Homeschool Share – Shark Lapbook

Notebooking Fairy – Animal Notebooking Page

Wild Kratts – Shark Science

The Happy Housewife – Oceans Pinterest Board

Unit Studies by Amanda Bennett – Sensational Sharks (sale this week only)

Hands-On Activities:
Sculpt sharks out of play doh, paint an oceans mural, create an underwater collage, sketch a great white, or play sharks and minnows.
hands-on shark ideas

If you have older students divide into two groups, Sharks vs Dolphins.  Read facts about each animal and see which group can guess correctly.  See how sharks and dolphins compare and contrast.  The group with the most correct answers wins a cup of gold fish!

Shark Books & Videos
DK EyeWitness Sharks
The Everything Kids Shark Book
Thomas and the Shark
Great White Shark Truth Behind the Legend

About Stef

Stef is a homeschooling mom to two energetic superheroes. She believes in hands-on interest-led learning. Married to a busy traveling golf course architect, they have taken their homeschool on the road to enjoy many field trips. Stef is the Author of Educating Laytons, Conference Coordinator for The Titus 2:1 Conference, Creator of The Homeschool Village, and Homeschool Community Manager for The Happy Housewife.


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Comments

  1. Samantha says:

    Eekk!! LOVE Shark Week!! We just watched Shark Week 25 biggest Bites last night. The only other Shark Week episode I had seen before that is Adrift: 47 Days With Sharks. It was about Louie Zamperini…during WWII, he crashed in the Pacific Ocean and endured 47 days with sharks, Japanese bullets, and no food or water. Afterwards, he was a Japanese POW for 2 years. Then he went back to the States and later became a missionary! :)

    Anyways, I will definitely be having to check out these crafts!

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