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LetsInvetigatesharks5-6 - Google Slides

LetsInvetigatesharks5-6 - Google Slides

The Secrets of a Middle School Teacher: Ocean Unit BAM: Differentiation for All

The Secrets of a Middle School Teacher: Ocean Unit BAM: Differentiation for All

Chart of relative sizes of sea creatures to a scuba-human  http://www.livescience.com/49427-new-size-estimates-for-large-ocean-animals-infographic.html?adbid=10152509834401761&adbpl=fb&adbpr=30478646760&cmpid=514627_20150113_38701817

New Size Estimates for Large Ocean Animals (Infographic)

Chart of relative sizes of sea creatures to a scuba-human http://www.livescience.com/49427-new-size-estimates-for-large-ocean-animals-infographic.html?adbid=10152509834401761&adbpl=fb&adbpr=30478646760&cmpid=514627_20150113_38701817

NASA's Climate Kids ::   What is happening in the ocean?

NASA's Climate Kids :: What is happening in the ocean?

This song is a great way for students to see a different variation or way to learn the periodic table.

Learn the Periodic Table of Elements with this handy song

This song is a great way for students to see a different variation or way to learn the periodic table.

China: People And Places | Free Lesson Plans | Teachers | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources

China: People And Places | Free Lesson Plans | Teachers | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources

Most sharks cannot accelerate quickly because of the shape of their tails, which are meant to push them toward the ocean floor as they scavenge, but a few sharks have enough power and speed to launch themselves out of the water.

Most sharks cannot accelerate quickly because of the shape of their tails, which are meant to push them toward the ocean floor as they scavenge, but a few sharks have enough power and speed to launch themselves out of the water.

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