Now that summer is here, we’re all about summer STEM activities filled with water, the ocean, and fish. But, we also want to keep summer learning going throughout the season, even though we are not officially “doing” school.
If you want to sneak in some educational fun for your kids this summer, try these fun aquarium printables with an I Spy theme!
The printable that works as a fun supplement for ocean science experiments is aimed at grades Pre-K-1, but even older kids will have fun finding the fish.
Scroll to the bottom of the post for more ideas for creating STEM units around fish and aquariums.
Aquarium I Spy Printable for Kids
We made this aquarium printable for our kids to do along the way when we go on road trips! The aquarium theme is perfect for the summer.
We also like to use this printable in conjunction with our ocean science experiments. You can get that bundle by clicking the link below.
Aquarium Books for Kids
If you are learning about the ocean, try these books! Kids will love the super fun books that feature fish, ocean creatures, and other things you would find in an aquarium!
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Aquarium I Spy Worksheets for Preschool
Preschoolers love playing I Spy! You can turn the game into a fun learning activity with our aquarium-themed I spy printable.
Teach counting, color sorting, types of fish, basic addition and subtraction, colors, and more, all with this simple printable!
Get the I Spy Aquarium Printables!
If you love I Spy worksheets, you’ll love this aquarium I spy printable! The aquarium theme makes it really fun for using in the summer when kids are thinking about fish, the ocean, and the beach!
Click the link below to download your aquarium printable from Teachers Pay Teachers.
How to Use Your Aquarium Printables
Print a copy for each kid and have fun searching! It takes longer than you might think to find all of the hidden objects.
My girls had a lot of fun with this counting and coloring worksheet!
My girls colored their worksheets with crayons, but you can also use pencils, markers, do-a-dot markers, or anything else you have on hand at the time.
The options are limitless! We used this worksheet to work on counting with Bo, but Monkey just used it as something to do when she was bored.
If you laminate the I-spy worksheet, you can reuse it over and over again!
This is our favorite laminator for using at home or in the classroom.