Activity: A crustacean taste sensation
Description | 75 minutes
Media: Anisha goes to Dalhousie University labs to take a microscopic look at copepods, the crustaceans that feed endangered right whales.
Activity: Create a game! Students are challenged to make a game to play outdoors or in the gym that will teach others about the relationships between species of a chosen ecosystem.
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This is a free educational resource from the Canadian Government about the ocean, through the Ocean Frontier Institute at Dalhousie University and the National Film Board of Canada. Ocean School provides free, media-rich, ocean-based resources in multiple subjects for students in grades 5–12. Created by educators, scientists and storytellers, these interactive learning materials help students understand our influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on us.
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