Summer is a great time for us to continue learning without the books. Since we live in Florida, we love to do ocean studies. I thought it would be fun to do some fun sensory ocean activities and science experiments this summer!
Here are some awesome activities that your little (and big kids) will love to do together:
Make an ocean sensory bag – this is great for babies and toddlers.
Ocean Floor Sensory Play Bin – explore the ocean floor with this sensory bin.
Ocean Sensory Bottle with seashells
Ocean Play Dough Invitation – this fun activity uses homemade playdough, and toob animals!
Seaside Sensory Bin – this bin uses pool noodles.
Soapy Sea Foam Sensory Play – kids love this blue foam!
Ocean Sensory Play Ice Melt – my kids love playing with these outside on our deck on a hot, summer day!
Salt Water Density Experiment
If you love these ocean activities you may enjoy these mermaid crafts too:
FREE Mermaid Printables and Crafts
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