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In this comprehension activity, students complete matching, short answer, and multiple choice questions for the book Island of the Blue Dolphins. Students complete 17 problems.
In this dolphin worksheet, 2nd graders complete a word scramble, word search, word find, and a maze activity that relates to the dolphin.
For this dolphin facts worksheet, 2nd graders read several informational texts about dolphins. Students learn facts about dolphins and read a poem about dolphins.
In this writing prompts worksheet, students write a paper about dolphins based on the information they have learned or already know about dolphins.
Students brainstorm different ways to track whales, dolphins, and propoises as a class. In groups, they discuss the positives and negatives of each method. After watching a video, they identify the characteristics of cetacean species and answer discussion questions.
Seventh graders engage in a study that compares the body structures of bears and dolphins. They conduct research to find information and use questions to find the differences or similarities and then conduct a class discussion about the information.
Students analyze Greek sculpture. In this Greek sculpture lesson plan, students review the roles and responsibilities of the Gods and Goddesses in the Greek pantheon. Students compare the way Greek Gods are portrayed and sculpt the Goddess Aphrodite based on the information they read about her. Students compare their sculpture with the one in the Museum of Fine Arts.
In this letter Dd worksheet, students study the stroke patterns for the uppercase and lowercase letter Dd. Students trace and print both letters several times. Students then trace and print the word dolphin.
In this letter Dd recognition coloring worksheet, students use their artistic skills to color the picture of the dolphins surrounded by lowercase and uppercase letters.
In this story starter worksheet, students write an original story after being shown a picture prompt of dolphin games. Students choose a few of their words and phrases from a word bank generated by the teacher.
Learn about the basics of the mechanism of evolution and the importance of natural selection, and examine evidence showing that we are seeing evolution playing out in every organism we encounter. In an engaging and easy-to-follow video, young scientists will gain a better understanding of Charles Darwin's ideas and hopefully walk away with a desire to know more.
Read about the physical features of whales and how they are grouped according to their method of eating food. A neat activity is described on the page; consider carrying this out in class. The resource makes a nice addition to a lesson on whales or animal adaptations.
Students participate in a simulation of life on a deserted island. They work with their group to develop an island survival plan and summarize it in a journal. Students use a worksheet and challenge cards to earn points. They will be challenged to use their critical thinking skills and knowledge of islands to "survive" and return to safety.
Second graders examine The Learning Page Fact Files about ocean life and categorize the data by weight and group. They distinguish between fish, mammals, and invertebrates and which weigh the most and the least. Students record their information on tables and write explanatory about their research. paragraphs
Pupils investigate mammals and blubber. For this science lesson abut the sea, students perform an experiment that will help them in discovering how blubber keeps sea mammals warm.
In this handwriting of letter D worksheet, students write the uppercase and lowercase letters Dd four times in the boxes provided. Students also write the words duck, dog, dolphin and donkey twice each on the lines provided.
In this ocean animal words worksheet, students define, discuss, locate and circle six key words associated with ocean animals: fish, whale, dolphin, crab, shrimp and shark,
Students conduct three different hands-on experiments that demonstrate some of the threats to marine ecosystems. They discuss their findings with the class and ways to combat the problems.
Add some variety to your middle schoolers' writing! Kids watch a slide show about strong verbs and precise word choice. Why use ate when you can use devoured? The first two pages are a great reference tool for your class when they get writer's block.
Students become familiar with the ocean through a virtual field trip. For this ocean lesson, students complete a KWL and and observation journal to recognize the importance of the ocean environment and its organisms.