Under the sea jellies for my ocean reading corner!

Under the sea jellies for my ocean reading corner! Easy to make: paper plates, watercolors, hot glue, assorted ribbon, and googly eyes!

The Yellow Reading Submarine classroom

The Yellow Reading Submarine classroom display photo - Photo gallery - SparkleBox We all read in the yellow submarine!

Lovely simple idea for play. Surely this is how everyone would like to travel?!

Shining Mom: Cool Rainy Day Activities for Kids favorite is the laundry basket sailboat and the fun with googly eyes

Soapy Sea Foam Recipe 1/3 cup water (I’ve read that distilled water yields the best bubbles, but our tap water did just fine) 1/3 cup dish soap 1 tbsp cornstarch A few squirts liquid watercolors in your desired color/colors

Soapy Sea Foam Recipe cup water (I’ve read that distilled water yields the best bubbles, but our tap water did just fine) cup dish soap 1 tbsp cornstarch A few squirts liquid watercolors in your desired color/colors

Under water sensory bottle. All you need is baby oil, water coloured with blue food gel and some underwater creatures. So cheap and fun to make with your class. EYFS

Option Calming Wave Machine sensory bottle (oil, water and fun things) Option water, glue, glitter, food coloring. Option toothpicks/skewers and uncooked grain (rice or barley) for a rain maker. Worked well but Toddler wasn't interested.

Teen numbers - picture used as part of Under the Sea topic. The 10 fish on the left are stuck to the picture. The fish on the right are movable. Children work out how many fish there are and use number fans to show their answer. Class checks by counting altogether - put the 10 in their heads and count on from 10. The numeral cards work like arrow cards to show how the teen number is written and to show what the 2 digits actually mean.

Teen numbers - picture used as part of Under the Sea topic. The 10 fish on the left are stuck to the picture. The fish on the right are movable. Children work out how many fish there are and use number fans to show their answer. Class checks by countin

under the sea crafts | See what we did today: What do you see under the sea?

Project& Activity: This project is from the June& 2007 Kindergarten& grade Mailbox Magazine Cut a wave out of blue constr.

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