Bring a day at the beach to life through a poem, using our "At the Beach" planning sheet to help you. What can you see, smell, hear, taste, touch and feel?
More Seaside Worksheets
And here are even more seaside worksheets! This particular collection doesn't fall into any of our other categories, but that doesn't make them less useful... we have some fun seaside story starters, alphabetical order practice, matching upper case and lower case letters, and more!
This fun worksheet asks children to correct the simple sentences for grammar, adding capital letters, full stops and other punctuation as necessary. It has a seaside theme, and we've included space for a drawing to match one of the sentences too.
Correct these summery seaside-y sentences - their grammar, spellings and punctuation. There's lots of work to be done on these!
Here's a fun summery way to practise recognition of upper and lower case letters. Print pages on to card and cut out the pieces, laminating to make them harder-wearing if you wish. Match the lower case letters on the ice cream scoops with the upper case letters on the cones.
What would happen if your sandcastle became real and life-sized? Use our story starter printable to complete the story.
It's fun to unscramble these sentences and put them into a meaningful order ... and correct the punctuation too! The sentences have a seaside theme.
Here are 8 summery sentences - all scrambled up! Put the words into a meaningful order, add punctuation, and all is well with the world again.
We all love a fun day at the seaside! Here is a list of eight seaside words to put into alphabetical order.
Print our simple sun safety activity sheet for home or classroom. Talk about how to stay safe in the hot sun during the summer. Now ask the kids to dress the kids with the appropriate clothes and accessories.
This "surfer boy" story starter worksheet asks children to look at the boy in the picture and make notes about him - then write a story. As a second writing activity we ask children to do some research into surfing and decide whether they would like to have a go...
Look at the seaside / beach themed pictures and write the colours that you see. We've done the first picture with a dotted font to get the kids started.
There are 2 lovely seaside / beach pictures here for the kids to write about. We've only provided a few lines so that it's not too intimidating. Choose from handwriting lines or ruled lines.