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Discover the wonders that lie under the sea! Go on a research expedition to find out more about the underwater world.
Salt water covers nearly three quarters of the earth. The plants and animals underwater are as plentiful and diverse as what we see on land. The ocean is still vastly unexplored and new species are discovered each year.
Have students pretend they are a marine biologist. Have students select an ocean animal to research. What does this creature look like? How does it live? What does it eat? Students use a piece of construction paper to record their findings on a fact sheet with Crayola Washable Markers.
Students draw a realistic picture of their sea animal. Cut out the picture with Crayola Scissors. Create a habitat “aquarium” for the animal using a recycled plastic container or glass container. Give the container a watery appearance using Crystal Effects Window Markers.
Place the animal in the aquarium. Add additional recycled household items or illustrations to embellish the aquarium. Try to make the animal and its environment as realistic as possible.
Students present the poster and aquarium to the class to share the information they have learned through this underwater adventure!
High school students can teach elementary students about sustainability and environmental issues with this community ser
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