Shark party idea: "Feed the Shark" game - this blog had SO many ideas for the party - she did a fantastic job . . . this bucket, the signs I like, and a GREAT example of a shark cut out for photos/table decoration/game - all hers!
Fun water game idea: Shark and Water Themed Fun ... It says it's for toddlers/young children, but I think this could work for all ages, with minor adjustments. ... Imagine adults with solo cups on their heads! Lol More
Shark! Put hula hoops on the ground to serve as dens for all the "fish." One child gets to be the shark. When the shark calls, "Fishie, fishie, cross my ocean," the fish have to move to a different den. If, while out of a den, the shark tags them, they get to be sharks as well. The last remaining fish becomes the first shark next time
Pirate Party - Paint a shark on a large piece of cardboard. Cut out the mouth, watch those teeth. Tape a red cloth (I used a plastic table cloth). And tada, not only do you have a feed the shark game (throw bean bag in it's mouth) but you also have a great photo prop
PAPER PLATE SHARK PUPPETS are so fun! CHOMP! This interactive shark craft is easy to make using the free printable template. This paper plate craft will inspire hours of dramatic play and storytelling.