Our Aquarium Notebooking Pages go wonderfully with a field trip to the aquarium. I made this set for our trip to the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport, Oregon. The types of animals at your own aquarium might be different, and I’ve included blank notebooking pages for children to customize themselves. Additionally, younger children can learn alongside their sibilings with our Aquarium Coloring Pages and Ocean Animal Alphabet.
We love this series of encyclopedias! They are just right for young learners, filled with full color stunning photographs and packed with facts about amazing ocean creatures. You get your money’s worth with these books, especially when you buy them slightly used.
This set includes printable notebooking pages and coloring pages for different animals children might learn about at the aquarium. These pages are a great way for children to research and copy basic facts about each creature. These pages are wonderful for before or after your aquarium trip. Even if you can’t squeeze in a field trip, there are many wonderful books and online resources for children to learn about the animals at their local aquarium. Most aquatic centers have a website with photos and facts about the animals they care for. As with most of our notebooking pages, I would recommend storing them in a three ring binder, or investing in a binding machine if you use notebooking methods across multiple subjects.
The coloring sheets provide children an opportunity to learn about the animals colors and unique markings. If you have younger children, the coloring pages are also a wonderful way to help them learn about aquatic animals.
Originally, I drafted a few pages to go alongside our local aquarium inhabitants, The Oregon Coast Aquarium. However, I decided to add in a few extra animals interesting creatures that are featured at many aquatic centers over the U.S. Additionally, if you find that your child is interested in an animal that isn’t listed, there are blank notebooking pages they can customize themselves.
Learning about the Ocean is a great way to add some hands on learning to your classroom! Children love to see all the amazing creatures that God has placed in the sea. We’ve designed a collection of crafts activities and ocean animal printables you can use with your Ocean unit study. Wrap up your learning with a fun trip to a local aquarium and let children really gets their hands wet!