Let's Go on an Undersea Adventure...

Hi Everyone, 
Look at me, blogging two days in a row! HeHe!
I'm on a roll...

Yesterday, I promised to share a freebie with you! The kiddies did such an incredible job with these!
We decided to go on an undersea adventure and dove into the ocean in a submarine! You can't imagine the creatures we saw! We even came across shipwrecks, scuba divers and other submarines!
The kiddies were just so thrilled about this "experience" that they decided to write letters to their friends and family about the trip. Then, they even recreated their view from the submarine window!

Cool right?! That's blue cellophane paper!

I apologize for the picture quality, rainy weather is not ideal for this kind of photography! Oh, and a cell phone camera doesn't do much to help the matter either!

You can grab yourself a copy of the "submarine window" HERE!
A copy of the letter stationary template HERE!
And a copy of regular (story writing) stationary HERE!

I also decided to revamp our submarine letters (I teach 2 classes, one made submarines, the other made the windows!) and added some cellophane to make it look like it was under the water. This was actually the idea of one of my students! Smart little guy! 

You can grab a copy of the submarine template right over HERE! The letters are glued on the back!

Enjoy! If you are in the middle of an ocean unit and would like to add some literacy centers to your theme, check out my Under the Sea Adventure Literacy Center Package! My kiddies had an absolute blast with these centers!

Until next time...
Ms. Nicole xo


  1. I love those submarine window projects!

    1. Thanks so much! It was really easy to make and the final product is beautiful! The pictures really don't do them justice!


  2. LOVE your blog! Your newest follower :)
    My Second Sense

    1. Thanks a bunch! I shall stop over to your blog too!

  3. I love the submarine windows! Looks like your kiddos learned a lot and had fun doing so.

    1. Thanks a bunch! We had an absolute blast! :)


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