One great addition to your school curriculum that is quite fun is a discussion of the ocean and all its creatures. You can engage in sensory play, work with shells or sea stars in a sensory bin themed for the ocean, and do even more!
This worksheet features fish in unique shapes! This is great to give to preschoolers as a take-home activity or to those who finish other tasks early.
At AppleTree Early Care and Preschool they had a theme for the week of, “Ocean wonders.” As a part of this theme they worked on fine motor skills and had a sensory experience by taking sandpaper shaped like starfishes and using them with crayons to, “Rub,” an image onto some construction paper!
This activity has children match fish to other objects that are similar in appearance, name, or theme. For example, a clownfish would match with a clown! In addition, there are shape halves on each match to assist children in making sure they have matched the correct fish to the right image.