Under the Sea EYFS and KS1 resources | Free Early Years & Primary Teaching Resources (EYFS & KS1) - Part 3

Under the Sea

A collection of ‘under the sea’ themed teaching resources, perfect for those who think ‘it’s better down where it’s wetter’ (sorry, just had to get that line in from The Little Mermaid). 

This section includes a large display poster, editable stickers and labels and an under the sea themed numeracy board game, as well as a variety of underwater themed craft activities and games. We also have a beautifully illustrated fish themed alphabet showing 27 different kinds of sea life, great for teaching about what lives under the waves.

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Under the Sea Book List


Under the Sea Bunting


Under the Sea Counting Cards


Under the Sea Cut Outs for Size Ordering

Under the Sea Display Poster


Under the Sea Dominoes


Under the Sea Editable Labels


Under The Sea Editable Notepaper


Under the Sea Maths Game: All About 10


Under the Sea Maths Game: All About 6


Under the Sea Maths Game: All About 8


Under the Sea Measuring & Comparing Activity Mats


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