Kids love sharks.
There is just something fascinating about these awesome creatures.
If you check out Pinterest you’ll find hundreds of kids crafts and party ideas, including dozens of shark games for kids.
You can put your child’s love of these popular fish to good use with these fun educational shark games.
Summer is the perfect time to explore sea animals.
These games would be a fun addition to your shark activities to do during Shark Week this July and all year long.
You’ll also love these DIY shark party games.
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Educational Shark Games
Feed the Shark — Preschoolers will love counting and feeding bubbles to the toothy fish in this free printable counting game.
Shark Grid Game — Who can cover the most sharks? Take turns rolling the game die and covering the squares in this free printable game. Whoever covers the most sharks at the end of the game, wins!
Alphabet Island — A hungry shark looms nearby as players race to match upper and lower case letters. Your child can also choose to match beginning letter sounds with corresponding pictures. This one is lots of fun for preschoolers.
Printable Shark Math Games — Kids will have fun practicing addition and subtraction facts with these two games. Who will be the first to get 4 in a row?
Shark Color and Find — This color and find game is perfect for working on early reading skills and following directions.
Shark Roll & Cover — What a fun way to work on adding and number recognition! Roll the dice and cover the teeth on this cute shark printable.
Math Shark — Motivate your child to practice math facts and more with this electronic game. Simply type in the answer to the question and get immediate feedback. Your child will not only work on math facts, but also decimals, fractions, and percentages.
Shark Food Chain Game — Do you know what animal eats sharks? Find the answer to this question and learn more about the food chain in this fun printable file folder game.
Shark Alphabet Game — Toddlers and preschoolers will have a blast while working on alphabet recognition with this DIY shark game. You could also use it to work on colors and numbers.
Beginning Sounds Shark Feed — This one is perfect for early readers. Work on identifying the beginning sounds of words with this fun activity.
Aquarium Math Game — Which aquarium has more sharks? Can you make the number of sharks equal? With the use of toy sharks and other items around your home you can create a math game that is perfect for kids 3-5.
Shark Memory Game — Memory games are not only fun, but they also help improve concentration and can increase a child’s self-confidence. This printable shark version will also introduce a variety of shark species to kids.
These educational shark games are perfect for working on math and early reading skills. Your child will also love these shark party games.
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