Today kicks off Discovery Channel’s 30th Annual Shark Week! The boys are already shark obsessed so, giving them an entire week of shark filled fun is sure to amp up their love of all things finned, rubber-skinned, and dangerous!
We start the week off wrestling our favorite float from Wal-Mart. The boys have played and splashed in the pool all morning while we watch the minutes tick with Shaq on Discovery Channel’s online countdown clock!
While we fill our brains with all there is to know about sharks this week, we’ll be mixing in some of our favorite shark themed crafts, activities, and snacks! Catch our round up below!
Shark Tic Tac Toe | Shark Slime | Shark Tank Sensory Play | Shark Sensory Bin
Clothespin Puppet | Paper Plate Eating Shark Puppet | Popsicle Stick Shark Craft |
Tube Hammerhead Shark | Tube Shark | Rocking Shark Family | Printable Shark Puppet
| Painted Popsicle Stick Shark
Shark Mix Cups | White Chocolate Shark Mix | Shark Bark | Shark Whipped Cups
| Watermelon Shark | Shark Bait Popcorn Mix | Marshmallow Shark Pops
| Shark Attack Punch | Shark Drink
We’re so excited to add these sweet little things to our homeschooling corner! I’m a sucker for cork boards: if it keeps a push pin in place, I’ve got to have it!
When we came across these circular cork mats on our most recent IKEA run, all I envisioned was a dreamy wall of Donut cork boards swimming with bright colored pins holding some of my favorite Astrobright projects in place!
To get started on your own Donut cork boards you’ll need a few supplies!
- Use the base of a cup or small pinch bowl to trace out your donut center from your cork mat.
- Cut the inner circle with an exact knife.
- Paint a squiggly circle onto your cork base.
- Let dry.
- Now, paint a squiggly line to replicate icing onto your dried base.
- Optional: Attach picture hanging hooks!
- Use your colored push pins to decorate your donut cork board and hang your favorite photos, projects, or cards!