Shark Week is coming soon, and my kids can’t wait. In fact, I get just as excited as they do. So we are filling this month with lots of shark week crafts and activities that will have every child screaming for more. Oh and don’t miss out on the Shark Themed Unit Study and Shark Snack ideas they will fill your kid’s brain with knowledge and their tummies with yummy treats. Have fun.
Shark Week Crafts
25+ Shark Week Crafts and Activities for Kids
A fun shark week craft to put together for your party table or shark week snack idea.
Top off your shark unit study or shark week fun with this ocean, shark themed snacks! They only require four ingredients.
You’ll find the most amazing sensory and science table here. It’s filled with shells, Sharks Teeth, sea glass, and more. Everything you want out of a summer nature table.
Corner bookmarks are fun to make, and have cute designs you can use to mark the page you left off. Use this tutorial to create shark bookmarks, with only four items needed!
For a shark themed study or classroom theme, create shark themed soap! A cool way to keep kids washing their hands, plus soap making is a lot of fun.
This shark activity is incredibly simple, but great for all ages! Perfect to add to your shark week crafts list.
Create mini sharks with clothespins! The opening of the clothespin acts as the “mouth” of the shark.
Create a cootie catcher, shark style! This activity is best for upper elementary students, and is great for beginning origami!
Create your own set of shark binoculars with some extra toilet paper rolls!
On blue construction paper, use your child’s footprint to create mini sharks! It’s a great keepsake for the kiddos!
Incorporate literacy into your shark study with this sight word activity!
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Little Bins for Little Hands shows how to Build sharks with Legos. Perfect fun for Shark Week.
Make a hand puppet out of construction paper! Remix the activity to create more ocean animals, and have a little puppet show!
Here are a variety of shark activities, from creating your own version of “memory” to matching up sharks with their picture.
An ocean sensory bag is easy to put together and makes a great sensory experience without the mess. Your kids will spend hours squishing and splatting at this bag.
Kids love these handmade sharks with movable jaws. Watch out for those fingers…
Black Glue Art is everywhere right now. It’s new and exciting, so of course we have to try it out.
Shark Week Crafts Kids Love
For toddlers, try this alphabet themed “feed the shark” activity for kids.
With a cup and a popsicle stick, create this hungry shark, ready for his next bite! Once you attach a tiny fish to it, you can turn it into a game!
Create this ocean themed suncatcher made from coffee filters. Plus, it comes with free ocean animal silhouettes, so you don’t have to worry about free drawing a shark.
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What special ideas do your kids like to do during Shark Week? Feel free to leave us a comment below and share your ideas.
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