Printable Ocean Animals Quiet Book

With summer break there is a lot of time to play. While we completely agree that summer is the time of the year when kids should forget about school, some simple skills revision, especially if done through a fun activity book is always welcome. We’ve designed a fun basic skills printable ocean animals quiet book just for that purpose.

Printable Ocena Quiet Book - fun activity book for pre K and Kindergarten

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Print all of the activities in this book and bind them into a fun learning book just like we did (perfect for revision) or print them page by page to work on specific skills. You can even mix and match it with another one of our activity books.

The pages can either be laminated or page protectors can be used as an easier alternative (you would still have to laminate the smaller pieces though).

What do you need to make this ocean animals activity book

Print all of the pages you are going to use. Laminate them or use page protectors.

Printable Ocean animals Quiet Book Walk-trough the Activity Pages

Color Matching Activity

Match the little starfish! We included two versions of this one, one with color to color matching and one with word to color matching.

Printable Ocean Animals Quiet Book

Color Matching Activity

Let the kids match the animal silhouettes with the animals. 

Time Telling

Match the analog clocks with the digital ones.

Lower and uppercase letter match

Match the letters in this fun jellyfish activity.

Count and Match

Count the spots on the octopus’s tentacles and match the number.

Matching shapes

Match the shapes.

Pattern Recognition

Match the fish. 

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Lots of learning fun.

Ocean Activity Book For Kindergarten and Preschool

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Printable Ocean Animals Quiet Book

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