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Sea Jelly Craft Template

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 2 pages | Years: P - 7

A cute sea jelly craft template to use when creating an Under the Sea themed display.

Use this sea jelly craft template to create a smack of sea jellies!

Step 1: Colour in the sea jelly.
Step 2: Cut out the sea jelly and fold on the centre line.
Step 3: Staple the edge of the top half of the sea jelly, leaving the bottom open.
Step 4: Scrunch up the off-cuts of paper to stuff inside the sea jelly.
Step 5: Use streamers, ribbons, coloured paper, wool or any other suitable material as tentacles.
Step 6: Staple along the bottom of the sea jelly and hang to make a fun Under the Sea themed classroom display!

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  • Annie
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    I love this

    • Holly (Teach Starter)
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      Thanks for your kind feedback, Annie!

  • Rach C
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    Has trouble finding it though as jellyfish is not in the title. Even if it is not scientifically correct for the sake of finding it easily it would be great if it could be put in the title (even in brackets)

    • Janeen
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      Hi Rach Thank you for your feedback. We're looking into amending this search so that 'sea jelly' resources appear when searching for 'jellyfish'. Thanks again Janeen

  • Rach C
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    I use this every year. But had great trouble finding it. This year we wrote a sentence on the front in term 1 and saw how much we improved by writing a sentence on the back in term 4.

    • Janeen
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      Hi Rach Thank you for sharing how you use this resource. We're glad you find it so useful. Kind regards Janeen

  • Kylie Smids
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    I haven’t tried it yet, but I definitely will be, looks awesome and cant wait to do this with my class next week!!!

    • Royce (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Kylie, thank you for your wonderful feedback. We hope you class has a fantastic time with this activity.

  • Rach C
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    We wrote cinquain poems on each of the five lines. Was a really great way to engage the students in poetry. So glad I have a class that enjoy craft this year!

    • Paul (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Rachelle, We're so glad you enjoyed the resource! Paul.