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Students investigate marine animals. In this marine animals lesson, students research marine mammals and fish. Students log on to Second Life and explore the habitats of marine animals. Working individually, students produce diagrams of marine mammals and fish.
Students engage in a lesson which serves as an introduction to the ideas and implications of animal tracking. They monitor animal foraging behavior on a spatial scale. The students break into groups and track each other's movements as they move through a pre-determined course. Students also engage in a creative design activity, focusing on how they would design a tag for a marine animal of their choice.
Informational text can be exciting and really fun for young readers to explore. They'll practice their reading and comprehension skills as they read a story and complete a simple worksheet all about ocean animals. The lesson is simple, includes a great book suggestion, and provides an artistic extension activity that the class will love. 
Students study the life cycle of a crab and the larval stages of marine animals. In this marine animals lesson plan, students watch a puppet introduction to a crab's life cycle.  Students learn about crab moulting and their life cycle stages. Students view pictures of the stages and learn the varieties of crabs. As extension, students may study crabs in various learning stations.
Students explore ocean animals. In this science lesson, students research an ocean animal and create a story from the perspective of the animal.
Fourth graders identify the life cycle of a crab and other marine animals. In this marine life lesson plan, 4th graders complete a crab puppet activity, explore crab moulting, research the life cycle stages of a crab, and identify crab varieties.
Students discuss SeaWorld, research marine animal biology, investigate one animal currently collected by SeaWorld, and decide whether they oppose or support SeaWorld's collection policy. Students then gather information relating to their position and create presentations in form of posters, Powerpoint presentations, skits, or debates. Finally, students write to SeaWorld, either questioning or commending its animal collection policy.
Students look at 8 pictures of ocean animals and fill in the missing vowel for each ocean animal. This worksheet is a very goo way for young learners to practice their vowel sounds and spelling rules.
In this picture matching worksheet, students draw lines to match 6 color pictures of common ocean animals to their identical copies in another column.
Second graders read books, watch videos, complete worksheets and participate in class discussions about ocean animals. They, in groups, design PowerPoint presentations on selected marine animals.
Young scholars distinguish between various plants and animals using pictures of the different organisms and explore the feeding habits of marine animals. They engage in a hands-on activity demonstrating various feeding habits of the mammals.
Second graders write journal entries as well as a research report. In this science/language arts instructional activity, 2nd graders research ocean animals. Additionally, students create Venn -diagrams and a diagram.
There is a step-by-step process to conducting organized research. Introduce your students to the fascinating life of ocean animals through focused research. Students use a graphic organizer, Internet, and reference materials to organize and compose an essay on one of five ocean animals. Note: the Inspiration program is needed to view the template.
For this worksheet on ocean animals students will examine eight pictures and scrambled names of different ocean animals, then write the unscrambled name on a blank line.
In this marine animals quiz instructional activity, students complete an on-line game, clicking on questions and matching answer cards and scoring 1 point per correct answer. Printable version available also.
Very young learners identify ocean animal pictures by their correct name and create a book of ocean animals. They read books and lean ocean animal vocabulary using the SMART Board. A well-designed lesson!
In this ocean animals activity, students look at six pictures of ocean animals and then draw a line from each ocean animal to the description that matches it best.
For this word scramble worksheet, learners examine 8 pictures of common ocean animals with the name scrambled beneath. Students unscramble the words and write them on the lines.
In this observing ocean animals worksheet, students observe, draw, and write descriptions of ocean animals and contrast ocean and land animals. Students write four short answers.
In this vowels worksheet, students look at 8 pictures of ocean animals. Students fill in the missing vowels to complete the name of each animal.