Swimming Creatures* study. I put our sea critter decorations up, that I found [at the local Dollar Tree Store] last summer, and have patiently waited to use. They are obviously out of proportion but they do add some whimsical-ness to our classroom.
We are using the spiral bound notebook journal* that compliments the study, just like we did with the Flying Creatures. I decided to also add an ocean depths worksheet from the Deceptively Educational Blog, which is a fun activity to do. You just need to grab a paint chip sheet with varying shades of blue (5 blocks) for the student to glue to the page. I found one in my mass collection of paint chips that I picked up a few years ago before we painted the boys' room, so I am not sure exactly where I got it. Just look in the paint section of the home improvement stores for some.
We haven't started the ocean box (yet) that is part of the hands-on part of the study-but once we get that going I will add pictures for you. Objective number one is to procure a box from the local grocery store then the blue paper (but me thinks a blue table cloth from the dollar store will work even better) first. Hopefully, I can get that done this week.
Anyhoo-that is where we are in our science now.
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