A ball is round and fun to bounce, throw, kick, or catch.
A bathing suit is a garment you wear while swimming.
A beach is where the water meets the land. You can build sand castles on the beach.
Clams are animals with two shells. They burrow under the sand.
The conch is a large, shelled animal from warm seas.
Coral is a tiny ocean animal that lives in colonies. Some corals leave a hard, stony skeleton when they die.
Coral reefs are warm, clear, shallow ocean habitats that are rich in life.
A crab has a hard shell and eyes on stalks on its head.
The fiddler crab is small crab that lives on beaches. The male fiddler crab has one enlarged claw.
Fish live in the water and breathe with gills.
People use fishing rods to catch fish.
A hammock is a large net or cloth that is used for sleeping or relaxing; it is hung up by both ends.
An ice cream cone is nice to eat on a hot summer day.
The intertidal zone is where the sea meets the land, the area between high tide and low tide.
Kelp is brown seaweed that grows in cold water.
You can fly a kite on windy days.
A lighthouse shines a very bright light so ships won’t sail ashore or into rocks by mistake.
A net is used to catch things.
A popsicls is a sweet, frozen treat on a stick.
Reefs are warm, clear, shallow ocean habitats that are rich in life.
A rowboat is a small boat that is propelled by oars that a person moves.
Sand is a loose material composed of fine debris of rock and mineral particles.
Sandals are open shoes worn in warm weather.
A sandcastle is a small castle made of damp sand.
Sand Dollars are coin-shaped spiny-skinned sea bed animals that have 5-part radial symmetry.
A sea is a large body of salt water that is connected to an ocean. A sea may be partly or completely surrounded by land.
Sea gull is the common name for some birds that live near oceans and lakes.
Seaweed is a plant that lives in the sea.
Some animals grow a shell for protection.
Starfish (also known as sea stars) are animals that live on the ocean floor.
The Sun is a medium-sized yellow star in our Solar System. We get our light and most of our energy from the Sun.
When you swim, you move around in the water.
People wear swim fins on their feet to help them swim.
You can dry things with a towel.
A trash can holds garbage.
There are waves of water in the ocean.
Whelks are ocean animals with a hard, spiral shell.