Whales and Sharks

Whales and Sharks
Literacy
Other ocean animals
Art
Sharks
language
approaches to learning
science
Math
Whales
social emotional
- What do they eat?
- Where do they live?
- hot or cold water
- Deep or shallow
- types of whales
- baleen
- toothed
- Do they eat people?
- what do they eat?
- fish, whales, dolphins, crab, octopus
- where do they live?
- How do they have babies?
- Eggs
- spiral egg sack
- square egg sack
- whale and shark books
- class book about what we learned
- Book
- don't eat the teacher
- Baby beluga
- surprising shark
- rainbow fish
- gental giant octopus
- play, from book or class made
- vocabulary
- journaling
- octopus
- fish
- tide-pool animals
- Jelly fish
- drawings
- paper mache life sized shark
- Whale paper pillows
- Ocean scene wall
- Add sharks and whales, and other
sea creatures to it throughout
study.
- self portrait scuba diving
- KWL
- Vocabulary
- parts of whale and shark
- equipment used to view and research
- everyday words
- Dictation and stories
- ocean theme puzzles of
various dificulty
- webbing with children
- KWL charts
- Metacognition with
conversations about Whales and
Sharks.
- lifecycle
- food chain
- Measuring out real sizes of
sharks and whales
- compare and contrast sharks
and whales
- graphs
- sharing materials
- games with simple rules
- Shark predator and prey
- listening and participating in
others stories
Music and Movement
- Shark and whale chase games
- songs
- Whats so great about a big
white shark
- Baby Beluga
- down by the sea
- slippery fish
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