Sea weed: cover table with paper, give kids different green art implements (dot paints, crayons, markers, stamps). Cut out the spots you want into sea weed shapes.
Easy octopus: kids color on a piece of paper, cut out and add googly eyes!
Great illustrations and simple wording.
Excellent sensory touch and feel book.
This might be too long for reading but the kids enjoyed pointing to the pictures and naming the animals.
Jellyfish idea - letter j preschool
A bit longer, but kids will love the illustrations
Cute book with nice textures in it.
What to do with those art projects
Wonderful book with lots of sea animals n it, better if you have a recording of the song as well.
Great books for young toddlers to browse independently.
A great board book for young toddlers.
Hanging jellyfish: let kids decorate a paper plate (we used pink and purple dot paints). Use curling ribbon to hang from sides. Use crepe paper and cut squiggly lines along one side and hang it from the middle of the plate ( I used tape), then hang from ceiling.
Great find for boat week. Simple words, rhyming, alliteration, and not too long.
Rubber/plastic sea creatures: very versatile. We use them for regular free play, naming them at circle, water table play, and sand table play.