Sharks are fascinating, though sometimes, terrifying creatures. These unique creatures are part of a large group of fish that inhabit the oceans. With a cartilaginous skeleton, gills and several rows of teeth, these fierce looking creatures are seen as ruthless predators, though may species are quite docile and harmless.
Summer is a great time to study these amazing animals, and to help you with this, I have created and gathered a list of Free Shark Themed Printables that could easily be incorporated into your homeschool studies, shark unit or to help improve math and literacy skills.
Free Shark Fact Printables
Learn about sharks with the help of the book, How to Survive as a Shark, by Kristen Foote and this printable shark fact book. There are two different version of this fact book, the first being aimed at younger students with a few words on each page in dotted print for them to trace as they read. The second is aimed at older students. They will need to research great white sharks to find the answers.
Free Shark Themed Printables
Improve math and literacy skills with these shark themed printables for kindergarteners and pre-schoolers.
Shark Number Matching Mats | Simple Living. Creative Learning
Printable Shark Facts | All for the Boys
Shark Ten Frame Mats | Simple Living. Creative Learning
Feed the Shark Alphabet Game | Toddler Approved
Shark Counting Mats | Simple Living. Creative Learning
Shark Addition Puzzles | Royal Baloo
Shark Shape Matching Cards | Simple Living. Creative Learning
Shark Alphabet Matching Cards | Simple Living. Creative Learning
Currently, you can grab this amazing Shark Unit for FREE! Valued at $5, this Shark Unit is free from Simple Living. Creative Learning until the end of July. You may also be interested in these Free Ocean Animals Printable Pack and Fishing Printable Pack.
You can also learn about the anatomy of a shark as part of this Anatomy of Animals Notebooking Pages. Grab it for 25% off until the end of July.
Stacey is a homeschooling Christian mum trying to live a simple, frugal, healthy life. She lives with her husband and two gorgeous boys in the sunshine state of Queensland, Australia. You can check out her blog at Simple Living Creative Learning where you find printables, kids activities, homemaking resources, homeschooling encouragement, and even some recipes!
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