Ocean Anatomy Activity Book Is Great for a Beach Vacation

Posted May 27, 2024 by Richetta in Book Reviews, Children's Books / 0 Comments

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Ocean Anatomy Activity Book Is Great for a Beach VacationJulia Rothman's Ocean Anatomy Activity Book by Julia Rothman
Published by Storey Publishing on March 19, 2024
Genres: Juvenile Nonfiction / Activity Books / General, Juvenile Nonfiction / Animals / General, Juvenile Nonfiction / Animals / Marine Life
Pages: 64
Format: Paperback
Source: Storey Publishing
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The bestselling author and illustrator of Ocean Anatomy presents a companion activity book with creativity and learning activities, including matching challenges, mazes, ID and drawing exercises, nature journaling, and observational challenges.

Kids aged 8 and up are invited to take a deep dive into the wonders of the ocean with Julia Rothman's Ocean Anatomy Activity Book. Based on Rothman's popular book Ocean Anatomy (with 102,000 copies in print), this interactive format features on-the-page word puzzles, mazes, drawing activities, craft projects, and much more. The book features Rothman's delightful illustrations throughout with activities such as identifying the parts of a crab, matching ocean creatures to their place in the tidal zones, helping the hermit crab through a maze to find his new home, and creating original sea shell shapes. From penguins and whales to barnacles and jellyfish, kids will love joining Rothman's colorful ocean exploration.

Beach season has begun! If you have a trip to the beach planned then you will want to check out Julia Rothman’s Ocean Anatomy Activity Book for Curious Kids. It’s got tons of fun activities and reading to engage your kid.

I love this series!

If you haven’t checked out Julia Rothman’s Anatomy book series and you like learning about animals and plants, I highly recommend it. I’m the kid that read encyclopedias for fun, so I was delighted when I came across this beautifully illustrated series. I even used it with my kids during the pandemic/online learning (1st grader and preschooler at the time) to support their science and nature learning. We used the Nature Anatomy book for nature walks. 

Lots of Activities

I was very excited when I learned that companion activity books were going to be released. My son immediately began flipping thru the Julia Rothman’s Ocean Anatomy Activity Book for Curious Kids. It is chock full of activities that are instructional and support inquiry thinking. He loves all of the word puzzles that are included. There are also drawing, matching, craft, and journaling activities included too. 

If you home school, this would be a fun little unit on the Oceanic ecosystem. For parents of kids on summer break, this is a great way to get ready for a trip to the beach or aquarium. 

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