Geometric shapes boat activity for kids, plus more boat-themed learning activities for children. Playful learning for preschool-aged children.
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This week’s book pick for the Virtual Book Club for Kids is Toy Boat by Randall de Sève. You can also read Boats by Byron Barton for this week’s theme. I pulled out this simple geometric shapes activity. Anna loved it as much as once-upon-a-time preschooler Emma had! If you are looking for a felt board, we recommend our hoop felt board, or a simple travel felt board. I also have a more durable travel felt board for especially enthusiastic children.
Geometric Shapes Boat Activity for Kids – With Printable Template
I put together this new geometric shapes template for Emma to use with her felt shapes on her travel felt board back when now-seven-year-old Lily was a newborn! This boat printable was part of an entire series, and you can find other geometric shapes templates here. You can cut the shapes out of cardstock, or cut them out of felt.
We used felt – one of my favorite materials – for this activity, but cardstock does work just fine. And, as my photos witness, you can build without a felt board. Building right on the template is fine, too!
More Boat-Themed Learning Activities for Kids
Here are some more great boat-themed learning activities for kids:
- How to Make a Boat with Recycled Materials
- Homemade Rubber Band Paddle Boats
- Fishing for Letters
- Paint Resist Toy Boat Art Project
- Create a Boat Making Station for Kids
- Foil Boat Experiment
- Design and Build a Boat that Floats
- Science for Littles: Building Boats
- Which Materials Make the Best Boat?
- Build a Paddle Boat
- Clay Boat Science
- Cork Sailboats
THE 2016-17 VIRTUAL BOOK CLUB FOR KIDS
Click on the image above to see all of the themes, books, and activities for this year’s 2016-17 Virtual Book Club for Kids! I am updating the page as new posts go live.
Do you have a boat-themed picture book we should read? How about a boat-themed learning activity for kids? Please share any ideas you have on my Facebook page, or tag me on Instagram. I would love to see photos if you make this geometric shapes boat with your kids!