Please check out these fun activities to keep children engaged – while learning all about our coastal environment! These include word searches, crossword puzzles, coloring pages, contests, and more.
Anatomy of a Blue Crab: Label and color this “claw-tastic” species with New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium.
Anatomy of a Terrapin Turtle: Learn more about this popular reptile with New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium, including where it lives and what it eats.
Critter Matching Game: How familiar are you with common sea creatures found along the Jersey Shore? Follow along with these fun “throwback” facts to find out!
Energy Crossword Puzzle: Are you an energy sleuth? Find out with some help from New Jersey Natural Gas!
Energy-Efficiency Word Search: Let’s have some fun while learning about nature gas and conserving energy! Get ready to test your knowledge and seeking skills.
New Jersey Natural Gas’ 10th Annual Conserve to Preserve® Kids and Conservation Video Contest: High school students can record and submit a short video explaining how they go above and beyond to save energy for a chance to win a cool prize!
New Jersey Natural Gas’ 14th Annual Conserve to Preserve® Kids and Conservation Poster Contest: Provides 5th grade students the opportunity to illustrate important energy-saving lessons during “Energy Awareness” month, giving their schools, teachers, and themselves a chance to win cool prizes. Visit the official contest website to learn more.
“Horton Hears a Who” Energy Guide: Join Horton and The Mayor in the fight against global warming with “A Who’s Guide to Saving our Planet for Who’s of all Shapes and Sizes!” Brought to you by EnergyStar® and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Sparks Bookmark: Ignite your imagination… with Sparks at the Ocean County Library.
Sparks Coloring Book: Bring some of Sparks’ favorite things to life with the Ocean County Library.
Sparks’ Word Search: Find these “hidden” items with the Ocean County Library!
Ocean Fun Days Gallery: Take a look back on some Ocean Fun Days highlights from 2018 and 2019.
More educational resources can be found HERE!