This picture comprehension asks children to study the picture of a family visiting an aquarium, then answer the question. We've included space for creative writing and a picture of your own, too.
More Sea Creature Worksheets
Explore even more sea creature worksheets for you to download and print - fun for school or home!
There's a smack of jellyfish floating across the page of this worksheet - very pretty and colourful! Children need to recognise the colour of the jellyfish and the appropriate colour word, count the jellyfish (from 1 to 6) and write the number into the table.
This fish cutting practice printable is aimed at beginners to scissors. We've given them four straight lines to cut along in the direction of the fish. Try to get them to stop just before the fish!
Children can make a collage with our fish cutting shapes when they have practiced their cutting skills. Younger children can follow the dotted lines.
Choose from 2 useful notebooking pages complete with fish photo - perfect for research, notes or stories.
Practice colour words with this fun colour labelling worksheet. Cut out the words and match to the correct jellyfish - then colour your own.
This fact sheet is a good start when learning about jellyfish, pulling together some introductory information and key words for learning about jellyfish. It can be used with our jellyfish comprehension and cloze activities.
Put the eight sea creatures on this worksheet into alphabetical order - and then colour in the lovely pictures!
Here is a list of twelve sea creatures to put into alphabetical order. This is a more challenging version of our sea creature alphabetical order worksheet.
Practising cutting is a great way to improve motor skills in young children. These sea creature cutting shapes are sure to make it fun.
Print this page so that the kids can cut out shells, jellyfish, fish, starfish, seaweed and even a pretty mermaid! The shapes are quite small so good scissor skills will be required...