10 Easy Ocean-Themed Games To Try At Home

10 Easy Ocean-Themed Games To Try At Home

11 Dec 2014 | 3 min Read

Amruta Ramsubramaniam

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“So let’s talk quickly about ocean themed games for toddler.”

I am so absolutely delighted to share this Ocean-themed unit study & the free downloadable pack with you.

You will need to download the PDFs and print it. Do drop me a line letting me know how you and your li’l one enjoyed using these! Do check my V-LOG if you would like to see the activities in details!

So let’s talk quickly about the activities (and don’t forget to download your free pack at the end of this post).

My son first did a quick recee of the shelf and started saying game! game! I knew he is gonna LOVE this unit study! (and he totally did.

We started off by matching sea animal cards to the miniature animals….i laid out 3 cards at a time, and he kept asking for more!

We also did a sea animal card match-up game of cartoon sea animals (printable at the bottom). He loves cartoon characters now-a-days, and giggles when he sees a cartoon dog or a fish!

Next we did some color matching activity and went through each color! He loves such “auto correcting” activities!

We also did color sorting activity using these stackable cups & felt dolphins! Such an awesome way to practice sorting!

Then he wanted to do some coloring, followed by a sticker activity.

Then came the most favorite activity – “transferring” – first he fed the shark, and later started transferring the rice into the shark bottle.

We also did uppercase – lowercase letter matching activity and practiced our sounds.

We are yet to do the math activities – have kept them for day#2 But you can download both these printables!

He was playing in the balcony (he talks to the birds and the leaves! and we were having fun just “chilling out”..he suddenly asked me “game?” , so i took out this sheet and quite frankly i thought he will not show any interest in it…so i traced my finger and showed him how to go from left to right by staying on the line…and he kept following my fingers…we did it like 3 times together!! Then i gave him a pencil to trace the lines, and he pretty much was on the line. My lil boy really makes me proud.

After lunch we really enjoyed doing some size classification activities. He kept asking for more! I wish i had few more animals included.

We also did a ocean animal shadow match up activity, sticker activity and read a lovely Ocean pop up book! We also sang a song about fish, we have a fish shaped tambourine.

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