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Under the Sea and Ocean Life. Miss Shannon Arnold. Under the Sea and Ocean Life. Subject Matter : Science Grade : Kindergarten. Under the Sea and Ocean Life. Essential Questions : 1. How do marine life and the ocean/sea help us know about the past?

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Under the Sea and Ocean Life

Miss Shannon Arnold


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Under the Sea and Ocean Life

  • Subject Matter:Science

  • Grade:Kindergarten


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Under the Sea and Ocean Life

  • Essential Questions:

    1.How do marine life and the ocean/sea help us know about the past?

    2. Why is it important to know about the ocean/sea and the Marine life that our Earth provides?

  • Unit Questions:

    1. Can you name all four of the oceans?

    2. What would happen if we didn’t have any oceans or underwater animals?

    3. Create your own sea creature.


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Learning Objectives

  • 1. The student will be able to identify all four of the oceans when looking at a map of the world with 100% accuracy.

  • 2. The student will be able to categorize certain marine animals in their proper groups by visually and mentally recognizing the animal by the end of the unit.

  • 3. The student will be able to have an understanding of why our oceans and seas are important on Earth by the end of the unit.


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ScienceDid you know that it is easier to float in the ocean than in the swimmingpool. Do you know why? Salt. The Ocean is full of salt. Salt water can hold up more than plain water. That is why you can float in the ocean moreeasily. Lets try this experiment to see for ourselves

Materials:

wide mouth plastic jar

warm water

salt

raw potato

measuring cup

spoon

What to do:

-Pour 1 1/2 cups warm water in the jar. Add 1/3 cup salt. Stir until all the salt is gone. Add another 1 1/2 cups of water. Pour it over the back of a spoon into the jar. Pour SLOWLY so the two liquids do not mix tog. Slowly put the potato into the jar. Do NOT drop it.

Results:

Potato sinks-but stops halfway. Salt water is heavier than plain water, so it stays on the bottom. Plain water floats on top of salt water. You cannot see the difference though. The potato is heavier than plain water. But potato is lighter than the salt water. That is why it sank only half way. It is floating on top of the salt water.

Activities


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What we will be learning in class:

April 18, 2006

Volume 1, Issue 1

For the next two weeks, we will be exploring the wonderful world’s of the ocean and under the sea! Here is a little preview of what is to come in the next 2 weeks!

Make our room into an Underwater Adventure!

Create Sea Creatures!

Fun Science Experiments!

Make ocean animals out of paint!

Read “The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister!

Learning about our four major oceans!

Learning about the different underwater animals and what they look like!

Using our imagination to create our own underwater animals!

And many more! 

I look forward to this unit because we will have so much fun learning! I cannot wait to get started!

Supplies:

Last but not least!:

If you have any ocean or under the sea ideas, books, crafts, objects, or anything that relates to our unit, please feel free to have your child bring it to class or just let me know!

Show-n-Tell: Friday, April 28, 2006! It is our last day for our unit so bring something to show to the class!!

Parents: Remember to have your child bring the supplies listed below if you have any! And continue practicing with your child on the objectives for this unit! Thank you!

What to expect!

Objectives for this unit:

1.The student will be able to identify all four of the oceans when looking at a map of the world with 100% accuracy.

2. The student will beable to categorize certain marine animals in their proper groups by visually and mentally recognizing the animal by the end of the unit.

3. The student will be able to havean understanding of why our oceans and seas are important on Earth by the end of the unit.

For more information on this unit, visit my website at people.unt.edu/sna0020

Under the Sea Unit


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What to do: Points: Points Earned:

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Under the Sea Unit

Under the Sea Unit

Under the Sea Unit

What we will be learning in class:

What we will be learning in class:

What we will be learning in class:

What we will be learning in class:

  • Learning about our four major oceans!

  • Learning about the different underwater animals and what they look like!

  • Using our imagination to create our own underwater animals!

  • And many more!

  • I look forward to this unit because we will have so much fun learning! I cannot wait to get started!

Parents: Remember to have your child bring the supplies listed below if you have any! And continue practicing with your child on the objectives for this unit! Thank you!

  • For the next two weeks, we will be exploring the wonderful world’s of the ocean and under the sea! Here is a little preview of what is to come in the next 2 weeks!

  • Make our room into an Underwater Adventure!

  • Create Sea Creatures!

  • Fun Science Experiments!

  • Make ocean animals out of paint!

  • Read “The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister!

Volume 1, Issue 1

  • Learning about our four major oceans!

  • Learning about the different underwater animals and what they look like!

  • Using our imagination to create our own underwater animals!

  • And many more!

  • I look forward to this unit because we will have so much fun learning! I cannot wait to get started!

Parents: Remember to have your child bring the supplies listed below if you have any! And continue practicing with your child on the objectives for this unit! Thank you!

  • For the next two weeks, we will be exploring the wonderful world’s of the ocean and under the sea! Here is a little preview of what is to come in the next 2 weeks!

  • Make our room into an Underwater Adventure!

  • Create Sea Creatures!

  • Fun Science Experiments!

  • Make ocean animals out of paint!

  • Read “The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister!

Volume 1, Issue 1

  • Learning about our four major oceans!

  • Learning about the different underwater animals and what they look like!

  • Using our imagination to create our own underwater animals!

  • And many more!

  • I look forward to this unit because we will have so much fun learning! I cannot wait to get started!

Parents: Remember to have your child bring the supplies listed below if you have any! And continue practicing with your child on the objectives for this unit! Thank you!

  • For the next two weeks, we will be exploring the wonderful world’s of the ocean and under the sea! Here is a little preview of what is to come in the next 2 weeks!

  • Make our room into an Underwater Adventure!

  • Create Sea Creatures!

  • Fun Science Experiments!

  • Make ocean animals out of paint!

  • Read “The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister!

Volume 1, Issue 1

  • Learning about our four major oceans!

  • Learning about the different underwater animals and what they look like!

  • Using our imagination to create our own underwater animals!

  • And many more!

  • I look forward to this unit because we will have so much fun learning! I cannot wait to get started!

Parents: Remember to have your child bring the supplies listed below if you have any! And continue practicing with your child on the objectives for this unit! Thank you!

  • For the next two weeks, we will be exploring the wonderful world’s of the ocean and under the sea! Here is a little preview of what is to come in the next 2 weeks!

  • Make our room into an Underwater Adventure!

  • Create Sea Creatures!

  • Fun Science Experiments!

  • Make ocean animals out of paint!

  • Read “The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister!

April 18, 2006

Volume 1, Issue 1

April 18, 2006

April 18, 2006

April 18, 2006

  • Last but not least!:

  • If you have any ocean or under the sea ideas, books, crafts, objects, or anything that relates to our unit, please feel free to have your child bring it to class or just let me know!

  • Show-n-Tell: Friday, April 28, 2006! It is our last day for our unit so bring something to show to the class!!

  • Last but not least!:

  • If you have any ocean or under the sea ideas, books, crafts, objects, or anything that relates to our unit, please feel free to have your child bring it to class or just let me know!

  • Show-n-Tell: Friday, April 28, 2006! It is our last day for our unit so bring something to show to the class!!

  • Last but not least!:

  • If you have any ocean or under the sea ideas, books, crafts, objects, or anything that relates to our unit, please feel free to have your child bring it to class or just let me know!

  • Show-n-Tell: Friday, April 28, 2006! It is our last day for our unit so bring something to show to the class!!

  • Last but not least!:

  • If you have any ocean or under the sea ideas, books, crafts, objects, or anything that relates to our unit, please feel free to have your child bring it to class or just let me know!

  • Show-n-Tell: Friday, April 28, 2006! It is our last day for our unit so bring something to show to the class!!

Supplies:

Supplies:

Supplies:

Supplies:

Paper Plates

1pkg

Sea Shells

Any

Small bag of Sand

1

Cellophane Paper

1pkg

Glitter

2

Streamers

2

Bag of Salt

2

Paper Plates

1pkg

Sea Shells

Any

Small bag of Sand

1

Cellophane Paper

1pkg

Glitter

2

Streamers

2

Bag of Salt

2

Paper Plates

1pkg

Sea Shells

Any

Small bag of Sand

1

Cellophane Paper

1pkg

Glitter

2

Streamers

2

Bag of Salt

2

Paper Plates

1pkg

Sea Shells

Any

Small bag of Sand

1

Cellophane Paper

1pkg

Glitter

2

Streamers

2

Bag of Salt

2

What to expect!

What to expect!

What to expect!

What to expect!

Objectives for this unit:

.The student will be able to identify all four of the oceans when looking at a map of the world with 100% accuracy.

The student will be

.able to categorize certain marine animals in their proper groups by visually and mentally recognizing the animal by the end of the unit.

The student will be able to have an under

.standing of why our oceans and seas are important on Earth by the end of the unit.

For more information on this unit, visit my website at people.unt.edu/sna0020

Objectives for this unit:

.The student will be able to identify all four of the oceans when looking at a map of the world with 100% accuracy.

The student will be

.able to categorize certain marine animals in their proper groups by visually and mentally recognizing the animal by the end of the unit.

The student will be able to have an under

.standing of why our oceans and seas are important on Earth by the end of the unit.

For more information on this unit, visit my website at people.unt.edu/sna0020

Objectives for this unit:

.The student will be able to identify all four of the oceans when looking at a map of the world with 100% accuracy.

The student will be

.able to categorize certain marine animals in their proper groups by visually and mentally recognizing the animal by the end of the unit.

The student will be able to have an under

.standing of why our oceans and seas are important on Earth by the end of the unit.

For more information on this unit, visit my website at people.unt.edu/sna0020

Objectives for this unit:

.The student will be able to identify all four of the oceans when looking at a map of the world with 100% accuracy.

The student will be

.able to categorize certain marine animals in their proper groups by visually and mentally recognizing the animal by the end of the unit.

The student will be able to have an under

.standing of why our oceans and seas are important on Earth by the end of the unit.

For more information on this unit, visit my website at people.unt.edu/sna0020


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