Ocean fish Colouring pages

ocean coloring page with fish puppets

Ocean and Fish Coloring Page

This month’s free printable is an ocean coloring page with little fish you can turn into puppets! Melanie Hope Greenberg’s sea life scene includes cute little crabs, turtles and even a treasure chest. The best part? The coloring page doubles as a storytelling activity and prompt.

Download and Print:

After you print and color the ocean scene, cut out the fish in the sidebar and glue them to wooden craft sticks. I also glued the main sea floor scene to cardboard to create an impromptu theater backdrop. New Kid had a grand time making up all sorts of stories with his new fishy friends.

If you missed last month’s mermaid paper dolls coloring page based on Melanie Hope Greenberg’s book Mermaids on Parade, you absolutely should head over and print it out. I’m pretty sure King Neptune and Queen Mermaid would feel right at home in this colorful under-the-sea resort.

About the illustrator {affiliate links below}:

Melanie Hope Greenberg is an award winning author and illustrator of more than 15 children’s books, including the very popular . A wonderful book to read aloud while your kids color their ocean is , written by Miriam Cohen and illustrated by Melanie. The story follows Oscar as he begins a train ride with his mom and baby brother. But instead of the usual commute, he and his fellow passengers are awed as an Island Lady and Calypso Man fill the air with their music and poetry. As they sing and play ocean breezes and seaside life magically take over the car.

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exit9apps.com Sketch Coloring Book: Ocean Life
Mobile Application (exit9apps.com)
  • Kids coloring book
  • 29 different marine animals to color in
  • Blank page for own ideas
  • Simple user interface
  • Save images to gallery

The oceans are getting sicker. Hypoxia

2008-08-15 05:23:35 by fwiw

Like a chronic disease spreading through the body, "dead zones" with too little oxygen for life are expanding in the world's oceans.
"We have to realize that hypoxia is not a local problem," said Robert J. Diaz of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. "It is a global problem and it has severe consequences for ecosystems."
"It's getting to be a problem of such a magnitude that it is starting to affect the resources that we pull out of the sea to feed ourselves," he added.
Diaz and co-author Rutger Rosenberg report in Friday's edition of the journal Science that there are now more than 400 dead zones around the world, double what the United Nations reported just two years ago

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