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Ocean Theme - Lots of great ideas, crafts, songs, etc.

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Dr. Seuss Print Craft - House of Burke

DIY fish paper lantern, decorated with tulle as the tail.

Have fun in the kitchen with your kids creating these chocolate covered Oreo crabs! They are the perfect summer treat!

Baby jellies for my classroom ocean wall

Students will be able construct a view of the ocean they might see if looking through the window of a submarine.

How to make fun floating jellyfish from paper lanterns! Our pictorial tutorial shows clever ways to make the tentacles from 5 different choices of materials. be cute for little kids class room

Easy Jellyfish for ocean units -decorate!

Make s'mores and write about what you with s'more time in your grade! Perfect For the end of the year!

Ocean Water - 7Up or Sprite, blue food coloring, & Swedish Fish. Fun for kids & summer parties.

Pirate themed bulletin board....i could use this idea as a springboard.

This is an awesome blog that has a variety of activities to supplement those ocean-themed lessons!

ocean animal crafts | Ocean Animals Crafts Crafts related to oceans.

Little Mermaid -Ariel & Flounder! I think I will print this for Kaylees room, so cute!

I love this idea for a Summer activity

Wondering what theme to use next year for your classroom? This blog has a lot of pictures with tons of theme suggestions. I was thinking of doing something similar to this for my writing station.

.underwater students

Such a good idea for a summer school or summer fun theme. Scuba divers, summer bucket list, flip flops for stepping into future. love it all

Cute shark writing / craft! Nice blog, good ideas!

What a great way to have the kids learn their phone number! After reading the book, we made our own shark using a paper plate, paint and paper shaped like triangles. The child's phone number is written on the triangle. They loved the book and the craft that went along with it! I found the idea at preschoolbookclub...