Ocean Zones For Kids: Learning About The Amazing Ocean
Teach your kids about the 3 oceans zones: sunlight, twilight and midnight. Plus, get a free printable zones of the ocean worksheet to reinforce everything they learn!
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Waves, Tides and Currents Foldable
Covers SOL 5.6- Waves, Tides and Currents. Students fill in the blanks with information on waves, tides, and currents. They cut out the cover cards and glue them onto the front of a three flap shutter fold foldable. Then, students sort the inside facts and glue them to the appropriate category. Ther...
High Tide and Low Tide - A Craftivity to Teach Tides
Knowing that the moon's gravitational pull is what causes the tides is an important concept for students to know, but understanding what it looks like can be a bit tricky. This craft is designed to help students develop a pictorial representation of this abstract concept. In the activity, students...
Learning by Doing
Chromatography: Is Black Marker Really Black? The very important scientific technique of chromatography (separation of colors or parts in a mixture) can easily be introduced to kids by testing whether black is it's own color, or a combination of many. Cut strips of either coffee filters or paper towels (I used both) Have kids draw a line with a black washable/non-permanent marker. I used crayola. Make sure the line is at least a little higher up than the edge. Place strip in water. Make sure…
Ocean Currents, Floor, In a Bottle, and Free Printables - Layers of Learning
Map the ocean floor, identifying the major mountain ranges and rifts, learn about ocean currents and color a map of the prevailing currents on earth, make an ocean in a bottle craft and then round it out with an ocean lapbook.
Ocean Currents Science Experiment -
Every child who has ever watched Finding Nemo has heard of ocean currents. Seriously educational stuff there folks! While Finding Nemo is definitely not the most educational movie of all time, it can really spark curiosity in kids to find out more about ocean currents, like the East Australian Current, and how they are formed. ...
KD2: Oceans - Kids Discover
Go up in a spaceship. Look at Earth. It is mostly blue. That's because almost three-fourths of Earth is covered by water. Some of the water is freshwater. It is found in rivers, lakes, and ponds.
Fun & Free Ocean Unit Study Using Fish Toys — ASL Rochelle
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