Kids love learning about sharks. Extend your child’s learning about these great creatures with this list of incredible shark books for kids!
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There’s something special about these predators that lurk in depths of the world’s oceans, helping to keep our planet healthy. Help your child learn about their life cycles, food supply, anatomy, habitats, and more with these intruiging books.
Shark Books for Kids in Preschool
It’s never to early to cultivate a curiosity and love of learning in a child. Make your quiet time or bedtime reading interesting with these simple books that introduce the idea of sharks to young readers. With a little spark, your teeny tot may end up being the next great marine biologist!
Shark Books for Kids Learning to Read
Studies have shown children are more interested in reading if they are reading about subjects that interest them. Use a curiosity about sharks to help your child practice reading with these leveled reading books.
Shark Books for Kids Who LOVE Science and Sharks
Sharks are incredible creatures and there is a limitless amount of information to learn about them. Open the world of sharks to your children with these interseting, in-depth books that cover almost every aspect of learning about sharks.
Shark Books for Kids about Shark Scientists
How do we know so much about these cool creatures? Someone has to get out and study these beasts of the sea. What were their lives like? Learn about some of the scientists who study these amazing predators.
Shark Books for Kids with Stickers and Activities
Extend your child’s learning about sharks with activities and art. A child who sees and then colors a Tiger Shark will always be able to identify it much better then one who simply sees a shark in a YouTube video!
Fiction Shark Books For Kids
Every shark has its own story to tell. Bring some to life for your kids with these interesting stories about the sea, written for your child’s reading level.
(This book comes with a caveat. In the book, the native residents of the island are referred to as “savage natives.” It might be wise to discuss this reference and the attitude behind the reference with your child after reading.)
The Sands of Shark Island (School Ship Tobermory)
(Second in a series. This doesn’t deal as closely with sharks, but has a large emphasis on seafaring. Not related to Shark Island.)
How to Use Shark Books for Kids in Your Relaxed Unit Studies
As a busy homeschool mom, I am use Relaxed Unit Studies regularly to enhance and extend our family’s learning experience. Visit this link to learn more about using this easy type of unit study in your family’s homeschool experience.
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