Summer writing is not always easy to do. It is hard to find subjects that keep kids going and having fun. It is fun to add a themed to this writing.
For this, we have the Comparing Ocean Animals Venn diagrams. This is a fun way to work on writing while having fun.
Ocean animals have been one of our favorite summer subjects. We are sneaking in this fun writing and science learning to help with our summer learning.
The Comparing Ocean Animals Venn Diagrams is a part of the 5 Days of Ocean Printables.
One part about this set of printables is that they are no-prep. You can just print and use them. We added some of the Ocean Toobs to help: Safari Ltd Ocean TOOB and Safari Ltd Coral Reef TOOB Set. It gives a hands-on look at the animals. Plus they are great for older elementary age kids to work on their writing and learning. Plus a little science mixed in as well.
If you are looking for younger writing prompts you can check out the ocean writing prompts.
Each of the pages has two ocean animals to compare. There are 4 different combinations of animals. You have whale and dolphin, fish and seahorse, turtle and crab, and octopus and jellyfish.
One the page there are two circles to help kids fill out information about the ocean animals in a single word or set of words. You can use books or other information to fill this out. We did a hands-on look at the animals from the Safari Ltd Ocean TOOB .
After they have filled out the information there is a place where they can write a sentence about the two ocean animals using some of the information from above.
If you want to do more writing afterward you can print out the ocean writing pages and have them write more about the animals on them.
What you will find in these printables:
- 2 animals per page: whale and dolphin, fish and seahorse, turtle and crab, and octopus and jellyfish
- 2 sentences to write
- 4 pages of printables
Be sure to check out the other Printables from the 5 Days of Ocean Printables.
Looking for more Beach and Ocean Printables and Activities check out all of them!
Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com