I have never been under the water before….but I would sure like to go sometime! I’d love to see fishes and octopuses and coral reefs up close. Maybe I could go in a submarine someday! What would you like to see under the water?
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Things to Do Together
- “Sand” writing: Practice writing new words from the books you read with your finger or a stick outside in sand (or dirt, whatever you have!)
- Watch this live feed of an underwater world and try to name all the fish and plants you see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvfaMv9nbJc
- Create your own fish and plants to make your own underwater diorama of ocean habitats. Here is an example: https://www.pinterest.pt/pin/561824122261193827/
At the end of the week, reflect on what you read, and what you did.
- Did you…
- I learned…
More Ideas for Young Readers
For additional resources explore the Oceans YouTube channel. It has a ton of awesome videos! Click HERE to access.
You can also check out this live feed of a coral reef via the links below.
Learn and see more about the Pacific, Atlantic, and Arctic oceans via National Geographic here
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