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UNDER THE SEA - EYFS / KS1 topic - IWB teaching resources
Under the Sea topic teaching resources

A look at different types of creatures that live under the sea, including how they move and eat, and what size and colour they are. Suitable for Early Years, or lower Key Stage 1.


  • 12345 Once I caught a fish alive: The rhyme, with opportunities for counting
  • Hammerhead shark: Factfile with lots of photographs
  • How do sea creatures get food: Shows different eating habits of different marine life, and how they catch their prey.
  • How do sea creatures move: Shows a variety of ways of moving in the ocean - swimming, crawling, diving, etc.
  • Jellyfish Fact file: with photographs
  • Ordinal numbers under the sea: To help children understand simple ordinal numbers.
  • Sea creature fact file: long presentation with lots of sea creatures
  • Sea life: Interesting and unusual sea creatures
  • Shark fact file: Looks at lots of different kinds of sharks - Great white shark; whale shark; basking shark; hammerhead shark; angel shark; tiger shark; thresher shark; and looks at how different sharks have babies.
  • Underwater school: Literacy and Maths activities, including counting and simple visual subtraction.
  • What colour are sea creatures: Show photographs of different coloured sea creatures
  • What size are sea creatures: Compares different types of sizes of creatures.
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