May 30

Sing a Song

Baby Shark

(Shark mouth with two fingers)
Baby shark, do do do do do do
Baby shark, do do do do do do
Baby shark, do do do do do do
Baby shark
(Shark mouth with hands connected at wrist)
Momma shark, do do do do do do
Momma shark, do do do do do do
Momma shark, do do do do do do
Momma shark
(Shark mouth with whole arms)
Daddy shark, do do do do do do
Daddy shark, do do do do do do
Daddy shark, do do do do do do
Daddy shark
(Shark mouth like momma shark but with fists)
Grandma shark, ma ma ma ma ma ma
Grandma shark, ma ma ma ma ma ma
Grandma shark, ma ma ma ma ma ma
Grandma shark
(Swimming motion with arms)
Going swimming, do do do do do do
Going swimming, do do do do do do
Going swimming, do do do do do do
Going swimming
(Shark fin over head)
Sharks a’coming, do do do do do do
Sharks a’coming, do do do do do do
Sharks a’coming, do do do do do do
Sharks a’coming
(Swimming motion again, but faster)
Swimming faster, do do do do do do
Swimming faster, do do do do do do
Swimming faster, do do do do do do
Swimming faster
SHARK ATTACK (yell together)

Watch

Super Sharks! SciShow Kids

Try This

Look through a magazine or book for animals found in other words like coward, crabby, or catastrophe. Can you find the letters that spell shark in any other words?

Read a Book

Here are two book recommendations for today. Check out the picture book collection at your local library, where there are lots of books to choose from! Find nearby libraries.

  • Nugget & Fang by Tammi Sauer; illustrated by Michael Slack
  • Shark Lady: the true story of how Eugenie Clark became the ocean's most fearless scientist by Jess Keating; illustrated by Marta Álvarez Miguéns