Use this Who Lives In The Ocean? spinner craft if you want to teach kids about animal habitat or if you live close to the ocean and little ones wonder what animals they can find in the water. The wheel spinner focuses on five of these animals: whale, shark, crab, fish and seahorse.
Kids will use colored pencils or markers to color both the animals and the cover. They will attach the two wheels together and spin to find who lives in the ocean.
I have created two versions for this ocean animal spinner. One has words: title on the cover and the animal names and the other one comes with no words. In case you want to let kids write the names themselves or if you use a different language than English, the second version is for you.
Print the big pattern for young kids (preschoolers and kindergartners) or the smaller pattern (two wheels on a page).
We don’t live close to the ocean but we have plenty of lakes here in Minnesota. Of course, we won’t find in any of the lakes the animal variety you find in an ocean but we still love to look for fish or small crabs.
Who lives in the ocean? spinner craft
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How to make an ocean spinner craft
Start by printing the wheel and cover on white cardstock paper and cutting them out.
Color the wheel.
Color the cover.
Use a hole punch to make a hole in the middle of the cover. (where marked)
Use a pencil to make a hole in the middle of the wheel. (where marked)
Attach the wheel and cover together with a paper fastener.