Ocean Zone discovery bottles- fill the bottle with 1/4 water (with blue food coloring)  and 3/4 vegetable oil. After the students shake them up, they will notice three distinct areas in their bottle as the oil and water settle. {This is perfect for teaching the zones in the ocean!}

Ocean Zone discovery bottles- fill the bottle with 1/4 water (with blue food coloring) and 3/4 vegetable oil. After the students shake them up, they will notice three distinct areas in their bottle as the oil and water settle. {This is perfect for teaching the zones in the ocean!}

Megalodon sharks lived about 1.5 to 28 million years ago in the Cenozoic Era. People think that the Megalodon is still out there and many think it's still extinct. Out in the ocean it's 2% searched. They saw if Megalodons still exist they live really deep

Megalodon sharks lived about 1.5 to 28 million years ago in the Cenozoic Era. People think that the Megalodon is still out there and many think it's still extinct. Out in the ocean it's 2% searched. They saw if Megalodons still exist they live really deep

Craft for Book, I'm the Best Artist in the Ocean by Kevin Sherry

Craft for Book, I'm the Best Artist in the Ocean by Kevin Sherry

Create a model of Ocean Zones (layers of the ocean) using a jar and several household ingredients!

Make Your Own Ocean Zones in a Jar

I'm the Biggest Thing in the Ocean  - Ocean Theme Squid Craft

I’m the Biggest Thing in the Ocean! {squid}

Create a model of Ocean Zones (layers of the ocean) using a jar and several household ingredients!

Make Your Own Ocean Zones in a Jar

Who Lives in the Ocean?  (An Interactive Build-A-Word Book for K-1 Readers)  #oceananimals  #wordwork  $

Who Lives in the Ocean? (An Interactive Build-A-Word Book for K-1)

Who Lives in the Ocean? (An Interactive Build-A-Word Book for K-1 Readers) #oceananimals #wordwork $

Skagen is the northernmost point of Denmark, where the Baltic and North Seas meet. The two opposing tides in this place can not merge because they have different densities.

Skagen is the northernmost point of Denmark, where the Baltic and North Seas meet. The two opposing tides in this place can not merge because they have different densities.

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