I have often mentioned my family’s affinity for hockey around here. We have had fun with our FREE hockey printables time and time again, and I just wrote Hockey Twitter and the Working Mom, highlighting when Greg Wyshynski of Puck Daddy retweeted me during my work day.
And while we have already covered one of this year’s #StanleyCupFinal teams with our 13 Polar Bears & Penguins Preschool Trays, now it is time for a closer look at the Sharks!
Now normally I do not do theme recaps until the end, but with a crucial Game 4 starting tonight, I wanted to send some vibes towards the game the only way I know how: a Sharks Preschool Preview!
- First we’ll have him draw a shark with help from his favorite shark buddy, Sharkie! He is the Bitsy Shark by Douglas. Of course there is a My First Ticonderoga pencil for drawing.
- Next we are looking at all the awesome sharks that the Octonauts feature in their Creature Reports. We had printed these cards previously as photos during Octonauts preschool.
- Straight on to another kids show that teaches me something new every day – Wild Kratts! This reader, Sharks, Whales and Dolphins sure mentions “Predators” a lot, too.
- If you watch any games you likely notice the Sharks Territory signs. I decided that he might like a chance at drawing one — all I did was print out blank “templates”.
- Our preschooler is quite the crafter and we thought he would enjoy making his own shark tooth necklace! All we needed were white foam sheets, a string, beads, scissors, and a hole punch! I can’t wait to see his results of this!
- Thanks to Michaels I was able to score a whole pack of sharks stickers for 50 cents. Here is a sheet (with the sticker backgrounds removed and some paper for him to stick on the stickers.
- This time we grab a bathtub book, Silly Shark! The shark is dressed up as a nurse, a saw, and so on — so homemade tracer pages will help us take a closer look at these words.
- Finally we are continuing our ongoing look at words with a homemade word search!
Thank you so much for stopping by, and hoping we are in for a long, fun series! Follow me on Twitter if you want to see my occasional hockey commentary.