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These preschool ocean theme printables focus on colors, alphabet, and math with a fun ocean theme. Perfect for summer preschoolers and kindergarteners!
Summer learning is fun with ocean animals. These sea creatures will help your little ones work on the alphabet, colors, addition, subtraction, fine motor skills, and more.
Add them to your summer ocean theme, your preschool beach theme, or your letter Oo lessons.
To use these free preschool printables, just download the pack at the bottom of this post. Print out your desired pages, and they’re ready to go.
These print-and-go worksheets can be printed out over and over again to provide your little one with as much math and literacy practice as they need.
Preschool Ocean Worksheets
Inside this pack of free worksheets, you’ll find 30 ocean-themed learning pages designed for preschool and kindergarten students.
Each is adorned with adorable ocean animals – crabs, dolphins, fish, and more. The bright colors will engage your little ones as they complete these pages.
Engage your young learners this summer with these ocean printables. Inside this pack, you’ll find the following learning activities:
Alphabet Matching Game
Use the alphabet cards to match uppercase and lowercase letters. Kids can also put the letters in order, or spell the names of the ocean animals included in this pack.
Have preschoolers name each ocean animal on this page. Cut them out, and glue them on the correct beginning sound.
Two pages of ocean animal names. This page helps preschoolers work on letter identification and handwriting.
These cards can be used to identify ocean animals. One set of cards has the name at the bottom. The second set has the animal card and a name strip. Have preschoolers match the animal card to the name strip. Then, check their work with the other set of cards.
Preschool Syllable Worksheets
You can cut these apart to use as clip cards. If you do, let your preschooler use paper clips or clothespins to clip the correct answer.
Or, you can leave them whole and have preschoolers color the square with the correct answer.
Ocean Math Activities
Read and solve basic addition and subtraction problems. Kids can use the images to help solve each one. Then, clip the correct answer.
Ocean Matching Game
Identify the animal at the top of each card. Clip the matching animal at the bottom of each card.
Read each color word and color the starfish accordingly.
Count the pictures in each box, and trace the number word under each set. Focus on numbers one through ten.
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.
More Ocean Learning Fun
- Ocean Themed Movies for Kids
- Ocean Animals Facts for Kids
- Ocean Books for Kids
- Ocean Life Coloring Pages
- Ocean in a Bottle Experiment
- Ocean Animals for Kids
- Ocean Visual Discrimination Clip Cards
Make your own ocean scene! Let your imagination run wild with these fun versatile ocean creatures: jelly fish, octopus, sting ray, shark, sea shells and more.
This ocean sensory kit contains blue and sand colored homemade, non toxic play dough. It has a sailboat, mermaid, seashells, pretend sea animals, cookie cutter (style may vary), a pail, and lots of other sensory items!