It’s Discovery Channel’s 30th anniversary of Shark Week, and you don’t want to miss out on this fun shark unit study.
My daughter has a lot of shark stuff.
My youngest daughter is a tad bit obsessed with sharks.
She has shirts, stuffed sharks, play sets, a shark tooth necklace, and more.
We love visiting aquariums.
She wants to be a marine biologist, specializing in the study of sharks.
She had a shark-themed 11th birthday.
She made cupcakes with red jelly for a shark attack. She molded sharks and fins on top with fondant. The buttercream was dyed to look like ocean foam.
Katie, Tori, and a friend designed a shark-themed restaurant for an architecture class.
The design was made using all recyclable materials. They had hydroponics and an aquarium and lava tubes. Diners were underwater! The restaurant was fully sustainable and eco-friendly.
They won at the local level and went to compete at district!
Shark Units and Resources
- The Homeschool Scientist links
- Homeschool Share lapbook
- Unit Study by Build Your Library $
- Homeschool On Unit Study for Grades 2-6
- Montessori Unit by Living Montessori Now
- Shark Week Books by 3 Boys and a Dog
- Natural Beach Living Printables
- Super Cute Crafts by Natural Beach Living
- Every Star is Different Montessori Unit and Printables
- Hammerhead Unit for PreK-1 by SuperMommy to the Rescue
- Unit Study by Royal Baloo
- Printable Puzzles by In All You Do
- Shark Fin Jello Cups by Oh My Creative
- Shark Bait Snack by Young at Heart Mommy
- Crafts by Crystal and Company
- LEGO Sharks by Little Bins for Little Hands
- Chestnut Grove Academy Workboxes
- Coloring Pages from A Natural Homeschool
- K-1st Activities from Mrs. Wills’ Kindergarten
- Notebooking Pages from Blessed Beyond a Doubt
Shark Movies (these can be pretty scary or gory)
- Jaws and sequels
- Deep Blue Sea
- Open Water and 2 sequels
- Sharknado and 5+ sequels
- Sharks in Venice
- Super Shark
- Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus
- Jurassic Shark
- Shark Tale – animated for kids
What’s your favorite shark (or ocean creature)?
- 1 stick unsalted butter softened
- 1 cup sugar
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 t vanilla
- 1 1/2 c cake flour
- 1 1/2 t baking powder
- 1/4 t kosher salt
- 1/2 c milk
Cream together butter, sugar, and vanilla in a bowl.
Sift together dry ingredients in another bowl.
Alternate adding milk with the dry ingredients into the butter sugar mix. Whip batter for several minutes.
Fill 12 muffin cups 2/3. Bake at 350* for about 15 minutes.
Allow to cool before frosting with your favorite flavor.