Beaches + Ocean Unit: Snorkeling craft

Hands on homeschool curriculum: Snorkeling craft

Snorkeling is one of the best ways to get up close and personal with the ocean. Can’t make it to the surf? This fun craft puts your child in the mask (and snorkel!) while giving them practice writing their name. Let’s dive in!

What you need:
What to do:

Start by printing a large photo of your child like the one depicted below. (Print in black and white if the photo is in color.)

Cut out just their face and shoulders. Set aside.

Using a piece of water color paper, have your child paint waves over the whole sheet.

Once the paint dries, glue their picture onto the waves.

Print our mask template onto colorful cardstock and cut it out. Glue or tape a piece of plastic wrap (or half of a laminating pocket sheet) onto the back to create a mask, then glue the whole thing onto your child’s face. Add a bendy straw for the snorkel!

Using circle stickers, create bubbles where your child can write the letters of their name.

Print our Snorkeling craft mask template from Live + Learn homeschool unit studies

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Published by The Learn + Live Letter

The Learn + Live Letter is a play- and project-based homeschool curriculum for children ages 3-12.

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