This shark emotions color and write pack is a fun way to promote social development. Teach little ones about feelings and emotions with these shark activities for kids.
Social and emotional development is an important part of early childhood. It can be difficult for young children to communicate how they feel.
When we help children learn to talk about their feelings and emotions, it can make managing challenging behavior a little easier.
Add these free printables to your ocean or shark-themed lesson plans this summer! Or, you can pin them and save them for Shark Week in August.
Teaching emotions, coloring, and handwriting practice is important for young learners. These color and write worksheets are a great resource to have on hand this summer.
Each page features a shark, and each one has a different facial expression. There is a sentence at the bottom of each page that names the shark’s emotion.
As you and your little ones work through these pages, talk about emotions with them. Can they demonstrate that emotion for themselves? Can they describe events that make them feel that featured emotion?
SHARK MOVIES FOR KIDS
I love incorporating videos into our lessons and activities whenever possible.
They’re a great way to break from the books and worksheets that typically fill our lessons.
I also save them for rainy days or sick days that may crop up during the unit. Here are a few fun ideas for kids:
• Galapagos: Realm of Giant Sharks – This movie follows a group of researchers to the remote reaches of the Galapagos archipelago. Their goal is to understand one of the most sensational migrations on Planet Earth: the gathering of hundreds of giant pregnant female whale sharks along a single reef off Darwin Island.
• Shark Tale – A young fish’s false reputation as a ‘shark slayer’ earns him fame…and gets him fitted for cement fins in this animated tale.
• Sharkbait – One fish must find his destiny to save his home and the love of his life from a bullying shark.
BOOKS ABOUT Sharks
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about sharks. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Clark the Shark – Clark is a shark with zing, bang, and BOOM. Clark zooms into school, crashes through the classroom, and is rowdy at recess. Clark loves life and always means well—but when his enthusiasm is too much for his friends, Clark’s teacher, Mrs. Inkydink, helps him figure out a way to tone it down.
So Cool! Sharks – They have super senses! They leap clear out of the water! They swallow prey in a single gulp! Let’s face it: Sharks are … SO COOL! And, well, so is this book!
Shark Lady – Eugenie devoted her life to learning about sharks. After earning several college degrees and making countless discoveries, Eugenie wrote herself into the history of science, earning the nickname “Shark Lady.”
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities
Add some shark figures to your pretend play area or your science area so kids can explore the different types of sharks you teach them about.
When you add a shark anatomy model to your science center, kids can get up close and personal with all the parts of a shark – inside and out!
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