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, the will notice three distinct areas in their bottle as the oil and water settle. {This is perfect for teaching the zones in the ocean!}

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Ocean animals worksheet focuses on animal names and color words. See more freebies and a complete ocean unit at: www.creativeclassroomconnections.com.

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This super easy salt water experiment is the perfect science activity to teach kids about the density of salt and fresh water. Great for an ocean unit!

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Once Upon a First Grade Adventure--finding real world connections to topics covered in class with "job applications" :) I want this if I ever teach an Under the Sea theme :]

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Free printable for the Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. Kindergarten literacy cut and paste activity: label the rainbow fish :)

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This shaving cream foam sand is an EASY way to make kinetic sand. It only takes two ingredients, and it ends up being a really interesting sensory experiment!

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