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These ocean animals worksheets are perfect for preschoolers. They’ll focus on early math and literacy skills within your ocean, animal, or summer themes.
Ocean animals are lots of fun for preschoolers. They don’t often see these animals in real life so they love learning about them. These free preschool printables are great for young learners.
These no-prep printables can be used by both homeschool moms and classroom teachers. Your kids ages 3-6 will love them all!
To use these preschool printables, just download the pack at the bottom of this post. Print out your desired pages, and they’re ready to go.
Inside this pack of ocean-themed worksheets, you’ll find fifteen pages designed specifically for preschool and kindergarten students.
Each page is adorned with adorable ocean animals – crabs, dolphins, eels, lantern fish, jellyfish, whales, and more.
To complete the activities in this pack, you will need a printer. You can also laminate some of the pages to make them reusable, but that is optional.
Focus on early math and literacy skills with adorable ocean animals. Inside this 15-page pack of printables, you’ll find the following activities:
Tracing worksheets can be a helpful tool for young children who are learning how to write. By tracing lines, children can develop their fine motor skills.
This pack contains a variety of tracing pages including tracing lines, letters, and words.
Count and Color Worksheet
Children will identify the number at the beginning of each row and color the appropriate number of ocean animals.
Children will search for the featured letter among a grid of similarly shaped letters. Then, they’ll trace capital letters, lowercase letters, and a complete sentence. This pack includes F is for fish, C is for crab, and W is for whale.
I suggest printing these pages on cardstock and laminating for durability. Have children use snap cubes to build the ocean animals.
Then, use a dry erase marker to circle the items that begin with the same sound.
Print and assemble the dice. Roll the dice and color one box in the appropriate column. Continue until one column reaches the top.
Identify the animals on the page focusing on the beginning sound of each one. Cut and paste the appropriate letter in each box.
Find and Count
This worksheet is a great one for working on visual discrimination and counting. Children will find and color each animal. Count them, and write the number in the box.
Count the animals in each set. Color the correct number.
Ocean Books for PreschoolersFill your book basket with a great collection of ocean books for preschool. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Commotion in the Ocean – This delightful collection of poems includes fun rhymes about the creatures who live in and around the ocean. Children will delight in the snappy poems and colorful illustrations about whales, walruses, penguins, polar bears, stingrays, and sharks. Over in the Ocean in a Coral Reef – This coral reef is a marine nursery, teeming with mamas and babies! In the ageold way of kids and fish, children will count and clap to the rhythm of “Over in the Meadow” while puffer fish “puff,” gruntfish “grunt” and seahorses “flutter.” Ocean: A Peek Through Book – Discover a world teeming with life beneath the waves, with graceful sea horses, darting tropical fish, electric eels, and humpback whales.