Use these free shark matching fact cards to go alongside this unit study on sharks. This sharks study looks into the different types of sharks, what you need to know about each shark, and how they differ from each other. A great add-on to this study is that your child can practice their reading, writing, and spelling skills. My son is a fan of sharks. Creating lessons around what he enjoys is really important for homeschool success with him. If you have ocean lovers at home like mine, they will love to learn more about these amazing creatures.
Shark Books for Learning
National Geographic Readers: SharksSharks: The Big FiveShark Toy Animals (12 Count)Diving with Sharks: the Ultimate GuideHark! A Shark!: All About Sharks (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)Pressman Toys Shark Bite Game (2-4 Players)How to Draw Incredible Sharks and Other Ocean Giants: Packed with over 80 Creatures of the Sea
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