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3 Free Printable Shark Worksheets To Teach Kids

As we’ve been learning all about the ocean, there’s one animal that kids always want to learn more about:

The shark.

They’re mysterious, amazing, and sometimes a little misunderstood.

All of that makes the shark a perfect ocean animal to teach kids more about!

Teach young kids all about the parts of a shark, plus the importance of shark conservation with these free printable shark worksheets

Read on to learn more and download your free printable shark worksheets.

Also, be sure to check out all of our preschool worksheets for even more ideas.

Shark Worksheets

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This last week, we read several kids books about ocean animals, but there’s one book we didn’t include on the list.

The DK FindOut! Shark book is a great resource for young kids who want to learn more facts about sharks.

This book goes over a ton of shark facts, including shark anatomy, the shark life cycle, specific shark species, hunting, migration, and more!

We read the sections the kids were most interested in, then talked about all the fun facts we learned.

Anatomy Of A Shark Worksheet

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After we read the shark book, we printed out the shark worksheets.

First, we colored in the shark, then we cut out the shark labels and used glue sticks to attach them to the correct box.

My 3-year-old was too young to remember what each part of the shark was by himself, but my 7-year-old enjoyed doing it independently.

Shark Conservation Worksheet

The second and third pages of these worksheets discuss the importance of shark conservation.

For these pages, we read over them together then discussed our thoughts about each question.

All in all, it was a fun educational activity that I hope inspires my kids to look at sharks in awe and not in fear!

The Snail and the Whale– Julia Donaldson, author of the famous book The Gruffalo, brings kids another fun book about an unlikely set of friends. Snail and Whale have lots of fun together in this colorful book!

Shark Lady– This children’s book is based upon the true story of Eugenie Clark, aka, The Shark Lady. Learn about her love of sharks, her discoveries, and the inspiring message of going after what you want in life.

The Rainbow Fish -This is a classic children’s book with a wonderful message for children. In it, a fish learns to share his favorite possession, his glittery scales, with his friends!

Want to make some fun ocean animal crafts as well? We’ve got you covered! Check out some of our favorites below:

This ocean sensory bin is great for when you want something done for you. If you prefer the DIY route, try out this frozen ocean sensory bin.

The ocean playdough kit is a great way for kids to get hands-on with their play. Plus, the pre-made dough is ready to go, so all you need to do is open the box and start playing.

It’s a fun way to explore the ocean world without getting wet, and it’s also a great way to develop fine motor skills. So whether your child is a beach bum or a landlubber, the ocean play dough kit is sure to be a hit!

More Ocean Ideas For Kids

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Saturday 30th of April 2022

Thank you! I have a kiddo who will enjoy this.

Veronika Rodriguez

Friday 29th of April 2022

This is just what I am looking for!


Friday 29th of April 2022


Patricia Wichman

Thursday 16th of September 2021

Thanks for creating this art activity, my students will enjoy them greatly!


Tuesday 21st of September 2021

You're very welcome!


Saturday 14th of August 2021

Thank you


Tuesday 17th of August 2021

You're welcome :)

Stacy Clark

Tuesday 27th of July 2021

Looking forward to using this with my first grader


Tuesday 27th of July 2021

Great! Hope they like it!

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