It is Shark Week! We love shark week in our home. We look forward to it every year, it’s a big part of our summer break. One thing I have noticed though is that it’s not all kid-friendly. My 8-year-old always wants to be involved but can’t watch all of the Shark Week shows so I like to add in some fun activities and things that she will love. It gives me a chance to add in some education as well. We love the ocean in our home so it’s always fun when we can teach our kids about sharks and the ocean. I have put together the Ultimate Kid-Friendly Shark Week Guide with some fun books, movies, games, gear, and recipes. Hope you enjoy it. Make sure to scroll to through we have a great giveaway with some really awesome prizes.
Shark Week Schedule:
Shark week is on the Discovery channel and runs from July 23rd-3oth. They will be featuring 18 shark filled programs throughout the week! (All time are ET)
Sunday July 23rd:
7pm-Great White Shark Serial Killer Lives
8pm-Phelps Vs. Shark: Great Gold Vs. Great White
10pm-Great Hammerhead Invasion
Monday July 24th:
9pm-Return to the Isle of Jaws
10pm-Alien Sharks: Stranger Fins
Tuesday July 25th:
9pm-Sharks and the City: LA
10pm-Sharks and the City: New York
Wednesday July 26th:
9pm-The Lost Cage
Thursday July 27th:
Friday July 28th:
9pm-African Shark Safari
10pm-Lair of the Sawfish
Saturday July 29th:
Throughout the day there are also great shark related episodes and shows. We love watching it and learning all about the sharks. Check the Discovery page for show details and ratings to determine age-appropriateness.
Shark Week Must-Haves:
Shark Week must have books:
Read our full review here.
Shark Week Must-Have Movie:
If your kiddos are too young to watch the Shark Week on Discovery then check out this fun shark-themed move from NCircle Entertainment. We love Octonauts so we were super excited to check out their new title Calling All Sharks. It fit in great with our shark themed week!
Read our full review here!
Shark Week Must-Have Gear:
Janiebee will be keeping us comfy all week with their great shark week gear. They have a great shark themed 3 piece set that includes a nap mat, backpack, and luck sack. It’s the perfect accessories for Shark Week. Lay on your nap mat while reading your books and watching shark week. Pack your books, movies, and more away in your backpack. Pack all your fun shark week snacks in your lunch sack! So cute!!
Read our full review here!
Shark Week Must-Have Game:
If you read our blog then you know that we have a family game night every week. So we had to find us a shark game. We found this awesome fun-filled game from Pressman Toys called Shark Bite. See if you can evade the shark’s bite while having a fun family game night. The anticipation will keep you on the edge of your seat as you dive into fun with this great game.
Check out our Family Game Night here!
Shark Week Recipe:
What would Shark Week be without some fun shark themed snacks? We made these super fun shark attack cups and my kiddos loved them!
Get the recipe here!
Hosted by: Parenting In Progress
Entrants must be 18 or older & US residents to eligible to win. Entries will be accepted until 8/25/17. Use the below form to enter. We will have 4 winners of one of four random prizes:
Prize 1: Octonauts Calling All Sharks sponsored by NCircle Entertainment
Prize 2: 3 Books from (listed above) sponsored by Quarto Knows
Prize 3: 3 Piece Set (includes nap mat, backpack, lunch sack-shark set) Sponsored by Janiebee
Prize 4: Shark Bite game Sponsored by Pressman Toys
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