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      • Thumb image for Animal Fact CardsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Animal Fact Cards

        Grades: 1 to 12
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Find cards featuring a variety of ocean and coastal animal illustrations and information organized by habitat here. Use them to ...
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      • Thumb image for Be a ScientistResource Type: Document

        Be a Scientist

        Grades: 6 to 12
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        What are the components of an ecosystem? Students assume the roles of different scientists while collecting data at an outdoor f...
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        Beach Contamination

        Grades: 3 to 5
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How easy is hazardous waste to clean up? In this simulation, students are challenged to find and remove a 'baking soda contamina...
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      • Thumb image for Beach in a PanResource Type: Document

        Beach in a Pan

        Grades: 3 to 5
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How are beaches formed? Students construct a beach in a pan and investigate the effects of wind and waves on a beach.
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      • Thumb image for Bird Feeding StrategiesResource Type: Document

        Bird Feeding Strategies

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Students use salad tongs, tweezers and other tools to discover the relationship between the shape of a bird's beak, its habitat ...
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      • Thumb image for Bubble ObservationsResource Type: Document

        Bubble Observations

        Grades: 1 to 5
        Subjects: English-Language Arts
        Students learn about an animal's habitat and physical structures and write their observations on paper 'bubbles.' Students then ...
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      • Thumb image for Calculate Your Carbon FootprintResource Type: Document

        Calculate Your Carbon Footprint

        Grades: 6 to 12
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How do human actions contribute to climate change? Students investigate their individual or household carbon dioxide emissions u...
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      • Thumb image for Colors and PrepositionsResource Type: Document

        Colors and Prepositions

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: English-Language Arts
        What color are sea stars? Where do crabs hide? Students observe animals and look for different colors and locations using prepos...
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      • Thumb image for Comparing Seals and Sea OttersResource Type: Document

        Comparing Seals and Sea Otters

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        What makes sea otters and seals unique marine mammals? Students play a game with information cards to compare and review the cha...
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      • Thumb image for CrabsResource Type: Document

        Crabs

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How do crabs stay alive in their habitats? Students use crab picture cards, construct a hermit crab model and experiment with ho...
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      • Thumb image for Decode a FishResource Type: Document

        Decode a Fish

        Grades: 3 to 5
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How do different fish survive in their habitats? Students use a fish body part key to 'decode' a fish and infer behavior and hab...
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      • Thumb image for Disappearing FishResource Type: Document

        Disappearing Fish

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How do fish protect themselves in the ocean? One adaptation is camouflage. Students make a paper fish and 'camouflage' it into a...
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      • Thumb image for Dishpan Tide PoolResource Type: Document

        Dishpan Tide Pool

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        What are the differences between tides and waves? Students find out by creating a model tide pool in a plastic dishpan. They the...
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      • Thumb image for Edible AlgaeResource Type: Document

        Edible Algae

        Grades: 3 to 5
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        What is seaweed? Why is it in ice cream? Students find out by exploring the characteristics of seaweed. They then make seaweed e...
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      • Thumb image for Estimate and MeasureResource Type: Document

        Estimate and Measure

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How does the size of your hand compare to the size of a book or desk? Students estimate the size of various objects using non-st...
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      • Thumb image for Feathers as InsulationResource Type: Document

        Feathers as Insulation

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How do birds stay warm? By experimenting with ice and baggies of feathers, students discover feathers are an important adaptatio...
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      • Thumb image for Find Your BeachResource Type: Document

        Find Your Beach

        Grades: 3 to 5
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Where does sand come from? Students observe characteristics of sand grains and find other students with matching sand samples. S...
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      • Thumb image for Habitat PostersResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Habitat Posters

        Grades: 1 to 12
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Use our six colorful natural history posters of different animal habitats for many fun activities at home or in the classroom. Y...
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      • Thumb image for I Have a ShellResource Type: Document

        I Have a Shell

        Grades: 1 to 2
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        How do animals survive at the rocky shore? Students learn about two kinds of molluscs and examine, sort and make models of shells.
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      • Thumb image for It's a PuzzleResource Type: Document

        It's a Puzzle

        Grades: 1 to 5
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Students choose pieces of ocean animal puzzles with investigation topics. In small groups, they record information about their a...
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