At the Bottom of the Deep Blue Sea



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At the Bottom of the Deep Blue Sea

Take-Home Sheet


Building vocabulary with books is easy! You’ve probably noticed that books contain many more unusual words than everyday speech. Simply find books that have a few unfamiliar words. Explain the meaning of the words that your child doesn’t understand – the context and pictures may help.
Today we read and talked about many different kinds of fish and sea creatures. You can expand your child’s knowledge about the underwater world by looking for a book with photographs of unusual sea life. A trip to a nearby zoo or aquarium – or even a larger pet store -- would be fun, too.

Over the Sea

(Sing to the tune of “My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean.”)

I love to look over the ocean

I love to look over the sea

But if I look under the water,

What will I be able to see?
Dog fish, starfish, maybe a crab on a spree - e - e

Clown fish, sea horse, maybe they’ll come swim with me.


I love to look over the ocean

I love to look over the sea

But if I look under the water,

What will I be able to see?


Big fish, small fish, swimming about wild and free - e - e

Sand shark, swordfish – oh, those I do not want to see.



Octopus and Ocean both begin with the letter O. Can you find two letter Os in this picture? Color them your favorite colors. Then color the octopus and count his legs. Octo means 8!


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