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Beach Theme Units

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  • Enhances the Patricia Lakin book with vocabulary and comprehension exercises.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Beach (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Beach (elem)'. A picture of children playing at the beach to color and lines to write about summer fun!
  • Color photograph of two kids playing at the beach.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Seashell' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Seashell'. A nice picture to color and space to write a story about seashells and beach fun.
  • Collecting seashells is a popular beachside pastime... and this little girl loves it!
  • This coloring page is fun for the summer. Extend learning by having students write a poem or story about the picture.

  • Color this picture of three children playing at the beach.
  • Cut out the events related to a summer trip to the beach, and paste them in the correct order.
  • Use this 'Color and Write: Beach (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Beach (primary)'. A picture of children playing at the beach to color and wide lines to write about summer fun!
  • Three activity pages of easy words related to the beach with matching and cut and paste; 2 pages of cards for matching, memory, sort games.
  • A color illustrated early reader booklet in the "I See..." Series about the beach.

  • Beach scene with palm tree.  Students color this page, add characters or items to the page and write a poem or story.

  • "Shell Surprise" is a 1 page realistic fiction article followed by 6 reading comprehension questions that require brief written responses.
  • "Frank ran down to the beach." Realistic fiction followed by multiple choice comprehension questions.
  • Aloha from Hawaii! Read about this family's fantastic Hawaiian vacation.
  • Four fun word puzzles with a Beach theme: Word Maze, Mystery Picture, Cryptogram, and Brain Teasers. Great for Beach vocabulary practice!

  • Dot to Dot from 1-27. Students follow the numbers in order. They can color the page when finished and write a story.
  • French Rebus with beach vocabulary. Histoire rebus avec du vocabulaire de la plage.
  • Read the events, put them in order (explaining the reasoning for the order), then write them into a story with creative embellishments. This lesson is adaptable to a variety of levels.
  • Use this 'Fiction: A Perfect Beach Hat (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Fiction: A Perfect Beach Hat (primary/elem)'. "Aunt Jane said Kimmie could only go if she had sunscreen and a hat." A realistic fiction story about choosing a perfect beach hat.
  • Reading Comprehension: Students are introduced to facts about starfish. Students can research more information based on their interests. Students can compare the starfish to other sea animals.
  • If you like to play with beach balls, color 1 green.
  • A color illustrated early reader booklet in the "I See..." Series about the ocean.
  • A black and white early reader booklet in the "I See..." Series about the beach.
  • Four fun word puzzles with a Summer theme; Word Maze, Mystery Picture, Cryptogram, and Brain Teasers. Great for Summer vocabulary practice.

  • A list of hazards and safety rules to remember when visiting the beach, followed by a set of multiple choice and a set of short response questions.
  • A one page selection about the invertebrate, sand dollar, followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 5 questions requiring a brief written response.
  • Use this 'Rebus: The Beach (b/w) (K-1)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Rebus: The Beach (b/w) (K-1)'. Rebus story of activities at the beach with matching word recognition exercise and yes or no answer questions.
  • A black and white illustrated early reader booklet in the "I See..." Series about the ocean.
  • "Let's go to the beach." This four-page easy reader booklet is a great way for young readers to read about fun summer beach activities.

  • Use this 'Worksheet: Picture Sentences - Beach (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: Picture Sentences - Beach (primary)'. "The girl is making a sand castle." Choose the sentence that best describes the picture.
  • Use this 'Rebus: The Beach (full color) (k-1)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Rebus: The Beach (full color) (k-1)'. A rebus story of activities at the beach with word recognition matching activity and yes no answer questions.
  • Realistic fiction story is followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 3 questions requiring brief written responses. Add to the lesson by asking students to write "What happens next?"
  • Whether or not you're actually at the beach, these fun activity pages are sure to get youngsters in a beach-y mood! Includes word search, word unscramble, writing prompt, and much more.
  • Six pages of Beach illustrations with math facts to solve and color by number. Two pages each of addition facts and subtraction facts. One page each of double facts and double plus one facts. All numbers are under 20.

  • Read the story, then number the events as they occur in the story. Write the story again in your own handwriting and draw a picture to go with the text.
  • "My family goes to the lake every summer in July." A realistic fiction reading comprehension.

  • Reading comprehension: Students love reading about sea turtles. Use this comprehension as an introduction and have the students research facts based on their interests.
  • Maddie finds 3 sand dollars. She then spies 4 sea urchins. What is the total number of items that Maddie has found since she started searching?
  • Cut out the pictures and put them in order next to the sentences. Then write a story that uses the sentences as the foundation. Good early reader work.