Marine Mammal Teacher Resources

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Students study the differences between sets of data and explain how organisms are adapted to their environment.  In this marine mammals lesson plan students analyze data based on set criteria. 
Students investigate the orca whale. They participate in an online Webquest, listen to whale vocalizations online, answer discussion questions, and locate and read newspaper articles on marine mammals and orca whales.
Young scholars investigate how mammals maintain a fairly constant body temperature under various conditions by engaging in an animal classification activity. They experiment with Crisco in gloved hands and icy water to understand the characteristics of blubber and how it helps maintain body temperature.
Tenth graders discuss marine mammal diving reflex, and measure pulse rate while holding their breath under three conditions: control, warm water, and ice water to determine if humans exhibit marine mammal diving reflex.
Young oceanographers find these common marine mammals in a word search. Each of the eighteen mammals has a bright, but accurate representation of each on the worksheet. Also, there is an answer key at the bottom. Well done!
Students study marine mammals. In this research based activity, students examine the characteristics and behaviors of marine mammals. They answer a series of questions using the Internet and create a poster to demonstrate their understand.
For this science worksheet, students find the names of 20 common marine mammals in a word search puzzle. The word bank has a detailed color drawing of each mammal.
Students investigate dolphins. They complete a Webquest, explore various websites, listen to audio clips of dolphin sounds, play an online puzzle game, answer discussion questions, and read and evaluate newspaper articles about communication.
In this dolphins worksheet, students read the background information about marine mammals and the traits they share with all mammals. Students then answer the true and false questions.
In this fill in the blank worksheet, students identify the names of ten marine mammals by analyzing their outlines in shadow pictures.
In this fill in the blank worksheet, students identify the names of ten different marine mammals by analyzing their outlines in shadow pictures.
Young scholars discuss prior knowledge about marine mammals and then endangered marine mammals. They focus on reasons for the endangered status. Students are introduced to different methods of marine mammal monitoring. Young scholars consider ways such efforts can help in marine conservation efforts.
Common marine mammals are found in this word search. Mammals include; sea lion, bottlenose dolphin, white-sided dolphin and more. The extremely colorful and accurate drawings of each of the animals make this more than just your average word search. An answer key is included.
In this science worksheet, students will identify 12 different marine mammals. Each animal is realistically depicted in a color illustration.
In this marine science worksheet, students study online reports and data on sonar effects on marine animals. They complete 7 short answer questions that follow.
Young scholars examine the difference between sea mammals and other ocean organisms. They also note the similarities between land and sea mammals. They participate in assembling a chart that displays the differences between mammals and fish.
In this marine mammal wordsearch worksheet, students locate the names of 12 common marine mammals that are hidden in the puzzle. They use the pictures and names that are shown on the page as a reference for locating the words.
Students analyze the the similarities of their own daily schedule, processes and procedures and those used at work. They research the career of marine mammal rescue and email questions to a career expert. They construct a display and report to the class on the similarities discovered.
Students choose a career featured on the school to career website. They research the career and email an expert in the field of their choice. They answer a series of questions and write a written report on their findings and present them orally to the class.
What is the difference between a sea lion and a seal? Which one has ear flaps? How do they use different fins to propel themselves through the water? Compare and contrast these two curious critters through an adorable, informative short video. The only question left unanswered is which animal is cuter.