Shark Unit II (FREE Shark Matching and Fact Cards)

Monday, July 29, 2013

The second part (FIRST PART HERE) of our Sharks study is looking into the different types of sharks, what you need to know about each one and how they differ from each other. With this I used our Sharks Safari Toob and created matching cards for my little boy to play with (he loves matching activities!). Try to discuss the difference of each sharks basing on their physical features... my son love describing them!

PS. I included the Stingray just because it was part of the Sharks Safari Toob BUT of course, it is NOT a shark (they're cousins though LOL).

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I also added fact sheets to get to know each of these sharks! And because I LOVE my readers, I am sharing this to my readers for FREE! Just click the photo file below to download my FREE SHARKS MATCHING AND FACT CARDS.
FREE SHARKS MATCHING AND FACT CARDS

FREE SHARKS MATCHING AND FACT CARDS

And of course, don't forget to download my FREE SKIP COUNTING CARDS as well :) (Click photo for the link)
 FREE SKIP COUNTING CARDS

After we had our Parts of the Sharks activity we reviewed what we have learned by putting labels on our shark picture. In this one, I let him read the labels and guided him (minimal) on where to place them (we used our Shark booklet in describing the parts of the shark). This is similar to our Grasshoppers activity.

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And here's another activity that integrates reading, this is a printable I got from Teacher Created Resources, Inc.  It's an activity sheet containing shark trivia.

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For writing and spelling practice, I made this writing sheet for my son to trace. It contains the name of all the names of the sharks we have learned so far. To encourage him to write, I let him use different colors of writing pens :)

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Hope you enjoyed our Shark Unit Study. My son and I had wonderful time learning about these fierce but lovable creatures :) We are wrapping up our whales and dolphins so watch out for my post. If you have a nearby ocean park that features these creatures, it would be best to pay them a visit. Oh how I wish we have them here!

We also watched shark videos of Jonathan Bird's Blue Work. These were all beautiful to watch! It's like encountering the sharks personally as well :) Check them out... he has a lot of amazing videos for online learning especially for little kiddos.




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15 comments:

  1. This is great! Pinning to my oceans board! TFS!

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  2. What great unit! So nice to know this resource is available. :)

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  3. Hello! Where did you find that font that looks like traceable letters? Great idea!

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    1. It's Print Clearly font... it comes with a dashed version. Thanks!

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  4. Hello! Where did you find that font that looks like traceable letters? Great idea!

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  5. Thank's for your share in the post here, i like your information your info is bery nice ^___^
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  6. I've been looking for a good tracing font, and most that I've come across have something wrong with them (no straight down part on the u, or more complicated number shapes than standard). I would so appreciate it if you could tell me what the dotted font you used for the names of the sharks is!

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  7. Hello everyone! To those who are asking, the font used in the tracing word activity is called Print Clearly Dashed. You can get it from this link http://www.fontspace.com/category/dashed

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  8. Hi, fantastic unit! It seems like the link from the picture leading to the cards with the names of the sharks doesn't work anymore, could you maybe re-post it? Thanks!!

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    1. Thank you! I checked, the link still work. Try clicking at the center, you might probably be clicking the Pinterest icon. Let me know if you still have problem!

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  9. what is the teacher created source title called? I couldn't find a free source when I typed in sharks. I really like the idea of reading with the shark unit but couldn't find it. thanks

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