Ocean Wonderland

Today’s Activities


Listen to Mr. Seahorse and meet many other interesting ocean animals.


Provide your child with some chalk, water and a piece of paper. Have them create their own ocean scene. Ask them what lives in the ocean. Have them tell you about their picture. Ask them if you can write their words on their picture for them.


Listen to this great song Over in the Ocean and count along. What number comes next?


Did you know that there are different zones in the ocean? Watch this cool video to learn about them–what are they like and who lives there.

Ocean in a Bottle

Watching the ocean waves can be so soothing and calming. Create this ocean in a bottle with your child. Watch the waves as you turn the bottle different ways.

Life Underwater

What would it be like to live under water? How would you move? Would you go fast or slow? Up and down? Have your child move like some of the ocean animals.

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