40+ kids activities for Shark Week~snacks, crafts, printables, games and more!

It’s almost time for Shark Week 2014! Do you love Shark Week? We do! This year, the fun begins on TV on August 10, but you don’t have to wait until then to plan your shark week. I know many of the shows come on pretty late in the evening, so you may want to DVR them or borrow some from the library. Especially if it’s a rainy week where you are, you’ll want crafts and activities to keep them busy during the day.

If I didn’t link to instructions for a project, it’s because I couldn’t find them–only the picture was available. I figured some of you crafty types could either figure it out or modify it. But I scoured the web to find you several dozen of the cutest, easiest Shark Week crafts, snacks, activities and printables for kids.

shark week crafts snacks activities

Here is the official kids Shark Week page on Discovery website.

Shark Cake Pops

I’ve seen many variations on this theme:

I wish I knew who originally posted this to Pinterest, it's so cute!

I wish I knew who originally posted this to Pinterest, it’s so cute!

Gummy Sharks make a great treat as a reward!

Shark Cookies (cute, they added a surfer to them)

Shark Cupcakes

Older kids may want to try nail art.

There’s also a shark teeth paracord bracelet.

 

Shark Week Crafts and Activities for Kids

Coloring pages for shark week

Paper shark with teeth

Felt shark puppets

Shark paper bag puppet

Shark made out of glue paint

Video tutorial on making a shark craft out of craft sticks (popsicle sticks)

Activities for preschoolers with a shark theme: counting, sight words, etc.

Paper plate shark craft

paper plate shark craft

shark made out of paper towel or toilet paper roll

Free Shark app!

Click to get the free app!

Click to get the free app!

Shark craft with printable to cut out (suggested age is kindergarten)

painted shark with instructions from Crayola (pictured below)

painted shark

Shark made out of a clothespin

Here is another shark and whale clothespin craft, but I cannot find the original source with the instructions. The picture is pretty self explanatory though.
shark clothespin crafts

Shark made out of either paper cups or clay pots

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