A cloze worksheet about the giant squid.
Word wall cards containing vocabulary related to under the ocean.
A worksheet to practice one-to-one correspondence.
A comprehension activity using a persuasive text.
Theme your classroom with these 'Under the Ocean' bulletin board trimmers.
A fun marine themed maze for students to complete when learning about oceans.
An Under The Ocean themed PowerPoint Template to add some color and design to your classroom PowerPoint presentations.
A comprehension and note taking activity about The Great Barrier Reef.
A poster explaining Marine Ecosystems.
A set of under the ocean themed cut out decorations.
Use this poster to demonstrate the role of primary producers in the marine ecosystem food chain.
Show your students how welcome they are with this under the sea themed welcome sign.
A cute jellyfish craft template to use when creating an Under the Sea display.
A sequencing task using an opinion text.
This poster contains information about the Straw No More project, encouraging schools to stop using single-use plastic straws.
A comprehension activity about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
A set of four marine animal profile worksheets.
A poster highlighting the features of fish.
A template for creating an 'under the sea' themed birthday display.
A basic food chain worksheet for your students to complete.
An addition worksheet to use when adding two single-digit numbers.
A set of 12 marine animal themed adjective teaching resource worksheets.
A set of 12 ocean themed-movement cards.
Group your students according to animals using these Grouping Posters.
Underwater ocean themed desk name tags for your students’ desks.
How to hook your reader: 11 techniques to open your story with a bang and grab your reader's attention!
A poster showing information regarding the status of blue whales.
A comprehension activity about the giant squid.
A science experiment which explores the structural adaptation of blubber.
A set of ocean-themed collective noun dominoes.
A sequencing task using a simple opinion text.
A true/false activity about plant and animal cells.