This simple Shark Life Cycle Printable is a fun way to teach kids about biology and the life cycle of a shark. So simple, kids will have fun while learning this simple STEM subject. This is a perfect Discovery Channel Shark Week activity or under the sea supplement to your homeschooling curriculum.
There are 4 activity pages included in this Shark Activity Pack including a maze, word tracing, and more.
Don’t you love when learning is fun?!
How to Use a Shark Life Cycle Printable
Teaching life cycles are an important part of science. Whether you are using this shark life cycle printable as part of enrichment for the summer or as part of your homeschooling program, kids are going to love learning about sharks. This printable will also be great to use while watching programs during shark week.
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What Movies Work with This Printable?
Most people think of scary movies when they think about movies about sharks, there are some information shows that can help kids learn a lot about sharks. I would not recommend putting on Jams, but Shark Week has a lot of informational programming. Nat Geo also does sharkfest which is great for learning about sharks. If you have access to on demand with your tv carrier, or you can look online, Shark Week videos can be found. Kids can use this life cycle printable with learning about what the sharks eat or how they live.
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Easy Shark Life Cycle Printables
To use these Free Easy Shark Life Cycle Printables, you will first want to download. Click the link and save the sheets. You will want to print the sheets out. You can save ink by printing the sheets on draft. Since these worksheets are not in color, printing in the draft setting will not affect the quality. You can print as many of the sheets as you like. The kids can use the printables to learn about the shark and not even realize they are learning.
This free Shark Life Cycle Printable is for personal use only. You’re welcome to print them as many times as you like for both home and classroom use. If family, friends, or co-workers would like their own activity sheet, please send them to this post where they can download the files for themselves. Just please don’t distribute the download files. Thank you!
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