Ocean-themed play dough/sensory bin activity set to enjoy with your students. This unique 3-D set-up is guaranteed to catch your students’ attention! Along with the ocean scene for play dough/sensory bin there are many skills that your students can practice such as patterns, sorting, writing numbers to 10, matching, shortest/tallest, counting to 10, counting to 5, tracing, building fine-motor skills and much more!
Students will get opportunities to work on fine-motor skills while creating ocean scenes with play dough or in a sensory bin, using clothespins, drawing and writing.
QR code-enabled conversation & inquiry-based task cards are included. When scanned, the QR codes will read the task cards for the students allowing for independent exploration.
Some questions have a definitive answer such as “Which jellyfish is the tallest?” and some have more open-ended explorations, such as “Which starfish is different?”
Pages 5-12: Ocean scenery pieces and instructions
Pages 13-19: QR code conversation task cards to use with the ocean scenery
Pages 20-24: Clothespin cards for matching ocean animals
Pages 25-29: Clothespin cards for counting to 10 (pages 26-27 counting to 5)
Pages 30-36: Clothespin cards for finding tallest/shortest ocean animals
Pages 37-42: Puzzles for matching pictures to numbers
Pages 33-45: Tic-Tac-Toe with ocean animals
Pages 46-50: Puzzles for counting to 10
Pages 51-55: Puzzles for counting to 5
Pages 56-60: Match It! game
Pages 61-68: Count the room posters and printables (2 options: Count 1-5 and Count1-10)
Pages 69-74: Ocean animal sorting mats
Pages 75-89: Ocean animal pattern mats
Pages 90-94 Tracing cards
Pages 95-99: Fish counters for counting to 10
I highly recommend printing on card stock and/or laminating most pieces for durability. The ocean scenery will not be as useful if it is not laminated.
Detailed instructions for assembling the 3-D coral reef and ship are included.
This is a digital file. You will receive the PDF or .zip file for you to download and print.