Ocean Food Chain Teacher Resources
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Ocean Food Chain
In this ocean food chain learning exercise, learners examine 4 pictures regarding the ocean food chain then number them so they are in the correct order. Next, students complete 4 short answer questions about the ocean food chain that require higher order thinking skills.
2nd - 4th Science
The Magic School Bus: Gets Eaten!
Do your students love The Magic School Bus series? Are they studying food chains? With this resource, your class can enjoy watching The Magic School Bus: Gets Eaten and review concepts related to food chains and food webs at the same time. The 16 questions on this worksheet directly correspond to the video, keeping youngsters focused on scientific theories and learning about ocean food chains more in-depth.
3rd - 5th Science
Who Would Win? Killer Whale vs. Great White Shark Storia Teaching Guide
Teacher guides are wonderful tools with tons of ideas that help you relate content in many different ways. Using the high-interest book, Who Would Win? Killer Whale vs. Great White Shark, learners hone their discussion and reading comprehension skills.
1st - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Plankton: so much more than just a SpongeBob character. Three different activities have kids looking at both phytoplankton and zooplankton in pictures, as well as collecting their own samples (depending on your access to a saltwater system) and examining them under a microscope, then creating and testing plankton models.
4th - 12th Science
The Day the Mesozoic Died
While this is not the traditional, step-by-step lesson plan, it is chock-full of material that you can easily incorporate into your earth history unit. Its main purpose is to serve as a guide to using a three-part film, The Day the Mesozoic Died, which uncovers evidence in the fossil record for the mass extinction at the end of the Cretaceous period.
6th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Ocean Acidification Mock Conference
In a comprehensive role playing activity, teens play the parts of different stakeholders in the realm of acidic oceans. They research, debate, and create a presentation from the perspective of either ocean organisms, the fishing industry, energy companies, the transportation industry, the recreation industry, or the public.
7th - 12th Science
Week 8 - Sea Life
Using a magnifier, mini marine biologists examine the barbules of a bird feather. They swirl the it into a mixture of oil and water and then re-examine the feather. After the activity, discuss how the oily feathers pose a problem to sea birds during an oil spill and how an ocean food web may be impacted by such an occurrence.
3rd - 5th Science
Marine Habitats of Galveston Island
Four lessons introduce elementary ecologists to salt marsh and sandy beach habitats. In the first lesson, they place shells and other materials in vinegar to determine if they contain calcium carbonate. In the second lesson, they read a mystery in which a blue crab has gone missing.
2nd - 5th Science
Carbon: Is Too Much of a Good Thing Bad?
Students explore the carbon cycle and the greenhouse effect. In this environmental awareness lesson, students work through a series of activities to identify carbon compounds, explain photosynthesis, and describe the impact of global warming.
6th - 8th Science