Our sensory bin for our ocean week! Our preschoolers can compare the different textures as well as create small worlds for the sea animals!
One fun activity you can do with your preschoolers for World Ocean Day is teaching them the importance of keeping our Planet’s oceans, “Clean.”
Eric Carle is a fantastic author who had spent decades creating amazing books thanks to his stellar writing and unique art-style that mixes watercolor with collage.
“A House for Hermit Crab,” is a much beloved book by the skilled author Eric Carle. It follows the story of a hermit crab who needs to find a, “House,” to live in. This craft draws inspiration from the book, allowing children to make their own, “House,’ for a hermit crab–a paper shell.
If you are looking for a fun craft to do with your preschool or kindergarten this is an exciting one to do on a fun topic–sharks! Children often love to think about the underwater world of the Ocean when it comes to playing games and being creative, with sharks often being an especially awe-inspiring subject. This craft allows kids to not only talk about sharks, but make their own from a rock they get to paint and take home!