The Best Ocean Themed Books and Movies for Kids
These are the best ocean themed books and movies your kids will love. Great for a budding ocean lover or conservationist!
We are starting to prepare for ocean week here in our DIY Summer Camp for kids at home! If you are looking for a fun way to pass your summer days, you can’t go wrong with some good books and a fun movie to watch as a family.
There are so many great movies and books out there, so it can be hard to choose one! That’s why I put together a list of a bunch of my favorite books and movies all with an ocean theme in mind! These are perfect for an ocean week or theme, or just a fun activity to do with your kids this summer!
1. Finding Nemo
Nemo is lost. Will his Dad be able to find him in the great wide ocean?
A great tale of when a boy becomes friends with a dolphin.
Look at this stuff, isn’t it neat? Wouldn’t you think my collection’s complete…
4. Dolphin Tale
A great tale of a group a brave dolphin and a group of strangers who united to save her life.
5. Shark Tale
What happens when this young shark gets into trouble?
6. Finding Dory
Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming, swimming, swimming!
Does Atlantis really exist? Let’s find out!
A fantastic kid-friendly documentary from Disney about how amazing Oceans are.
Only one of the best Disney movies ever! The animation, story, and especially the music are seriously amazing.
10. Free Willy
Can a troubled young boy save an orca whale?
Some super fun poems about all the creatures that live in the ocean.
A great tale of a fish that won’t stop pouting.
A kid friendly encyclopedia of all things ocean life.
A super colorful counting book for kids!
Everything a young oceanographer needs to know!
The Magic School Bus rides again.. but this time on the floor of the ocean!
7. Hello, Ocean
Experience the sights and sounds of the beach with your kids!
A beautiful fish learns the power of sharing.
A Hermit crab learns to appreciate change while he searches for a new home.
What kinds of creatures live in shells?