Summer season brings us a new fun activity book, dive deep into the sea with this printable coloful summer quiet book.
The activities in this one are geared towards late kindergarten and first grade.
We know you just love these printable books we offer here on Easy Peasy and Fun, so we made another one for you today.
It is summer themed and your kids will have a great time exploring it.
What do you need to make this summer activity book
- our printable summer activity book
- laminator and laminating pouches
- optional page protectors
- paper and printer
- velcro dots
Print all of the pages you are going to use. Laminate them or use page protectors. You can also use them as worksheets and have the kids cut and paste the activities.
Let us start!
Printable Summer Quiet Book Walk-trough the Activity Pages
Laminate the sheets, perforate them and attach the spiral on.
Cut out the rest of the pieces following the black lines.
3D Sand Castles Shape Matching
First, come the 3-D castles. We have a cube castle, a pyramid castle, a cylinder castle, a cuboid castle, a sphere castle and a cone castle.
Place each piece on its outline. Each castle should match the flag color.
Counting from 1 to 100 with Pearls
There are tons of tiny pearls on the beach, right? We gathered a hundred of them, so the next step will be counting the pearls and placing them in their outlines.
Each pearl has a number on it.
You should match the symbols with the written numbers. We start from one and end at one hundred. This one is a tough one to assemble, but kids do like the tiny pearls.
Color Wheel – Seashell Complementary Color Match
Here comes Ms. Cockle. We need to place her in each color outline.
Then follow the arrows and you will learn each pair of complementary colors.
Mixing Colors – Learning about Secondary Colors
Fourth comes Mr. Bunny Man. Help him paint his surfboards and paddles.
On this page, we will learn which color comes as a result of mixing two colors.
You will need to combine the colors to complete the surfboards, the paddles, and the Bunny Man.
The primary colors are red, blue and yellow. By mixing them, we get the secondary colors – purple, orange and green.
Sea Animals Recognition
Fifth comes Mr. Jar. He scooped some ocean animals and place them inside so they don’t swim away.
This way we can learn to recognize them. Place each ocean animal on its outline.
What to Bring to the Beach – Accessories
Last comes Mr. Donut. What does he need to take with him when going on the beach?
Place each object in its mold and say the words aloud as you are completing this task.
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