A fantastic range of lesson plans and teaching resources, perfect fr primary level. Topics include sustainable fishing, how are we connected to the ocean, sharks, coral reefs and lots of science, math and STEM based learning.
Living or Non-living Worksheet
A simple tick and cross game for littlies to understand what's alive and what's not.
A great worksheet for learning how to read and pronounce words! Ocean themed of course!
Colour the ocean animals then cut out your awesome new bookmarks!
Ocean Food Chain
Ask students to draw different elements of an ocean food chain, such as Plankton, Small fish, Crabs, Stingrays, Large Fish, Sharks and Dolphins.
Use a hanger and pipe cleaners to connect the different levels. Don't forget the Sun!!
Hang in your ocean themed classroom and talk about how a food web works!
Ocean Stars Worksheet: Ocean Expert
A great post-visit worksheet for consolidating learning, or for higher level / clever students who have a good knowledge already.
Ocean Stars Fact Sheet: Did You Know?
Amaze your students with these weird and wonderful facts about ocean animals! Comes with colourful pictures!
Ocean Stars Worksheet: Caring For Our Environment
Pairs with our Grade 4 - 6 program. Educates about human impacts and recycling solutions.
Count and Classify Worksheet
Grouping animals based on characteristics.
What Do Living Things Need?
Identifies needs of different living things.
Sting Ray Reading Comprehension
An informative and educational passage about Sting Rays, which introduces new terms and definitions. (Grade 1-2)
Sea Turtle Reading Comprehension
An informative and educational passage about Sea Turtles, which introduces new terms and definitions. (Grade 1-2)
Octopus Reading Comprehension
An informative and educational passage about Octopus, which introduces new terms and definitions. (Grade 1-2)
Dolphin Reading Comprehension
An informative and educational passage about Dolphins, which introduces new terms and definitions. (Grade 1-2)
Paper Plate Shark Jaws
Materials: Paper plates (A “deep dish” non-crimped/non-fluted Chinet style plate works well, because it is smooth and sturdy), Scissors, Pencil & eraser if needed for extra confidence!
STEP 1: Fold the paper plate in half “backwards” (i.e., with the bottom of the plate facing you & the folded edges coming toward you)
STEP 2: Using small scissors trim away the outer edges of the plate in a sweeping arched “m” design on the top half and bottom half, which should leave it looking like the hinges on the jaw, and the “m” shaped bottom & top of the mouth.
Look at pictures online of real shark jaws to get inspiration, if the craft-samples in these photos don’t help you visualize the outline.
STEP 3: Carefully cut out a large oval from the middle.
STEP 4: Work from the center to cut out free-form teeth that follow the inside arc of the paper plate on the top and bottom. I just snipped away happily. Shark teeth are often quite irregular and jagged and not always parallel.
Polar Oceans Word Search
Engage those brains with this great Word Search featuring information and terms relating to Polar Oceans.
Tropical Oceans Word Search
Engage those brains with this great Word Search featuring information and terms relating to Tropical Oceans.
Dolphin Anatomy Worksheet
Why Is The Ocean Salty?
Jellyfish Lifecycle Colouring Sheet
Turtle Lifecycle Colouring Sheet
Cuttlefish Lifecycle Colouring Sheet
Great White Shark Lifecycle
Sea Turtle Lifecycle Colouring Sheet
Shark Colouring Sheet
Sea Animal Word Find
Fishy Facts Worksheet
Ocean Animals Crossword
Fish Anatomy Worksheet
Marine Food Chain