First grade ocean research

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First grade ocean research

  1. 1. By: Mrs. Neering’s First Grade
  2. 2. DolphinsClick on the dolphin to watch aquick movie clip about dolphins.
  3. 3. DolphinsBy: Annalyse Bassett Dolphins are amazing creatures. They live in the water. Dolphins use echolocation to find other dolphins and to find food. They have to come up to the top of the water to breathe. They are funny. They like to put on shows for us. They like to do funny things. Dolphins are amazing creatures.
  4. 4. DolphinsBy: Breawna GoodDolphins are amazingand fun. Dolphins useecholocation to talk toeach other. They cometo the surface to breatheair and jump out of thewater to breathe. Whenit is winter the dolphinsgo where the water iswarm. Dolphins helpeach other.
  5. 5. Dolphins By: Victoria Isbell Dolphins are smart. Dolphins can make noise underwater. They can do flips on top of the water. They use a blowhole to come to the surface to breathe. They are beautiful, cool and awesome.
  6. 6. Dolphins By: Madison Krzywosinski Dolphins are very talented. They are mammals. They have to go to the top of the ocean to breathe. They talk to each other using echolocation. They can leap as high as 20 feet. The scientific name for dolphin is delphindae. The largest dolphin is the orca, also called killer whale. Dolphins have excellent vision. The brain of a dolphin is bigger than a human brain. Dolphins swallow their food whole. Dolphins eat almost any kind of fish. Dolphins are helpful and beautiful.
  7. 7. Bottlenose DolphinsBy: Shea LauwersBottlenose dolphinstalk to each otherusing squeaks.They are smart.Dolphins may looklike fish, but theyare mammals. Theybreathe just like wedo. Bottlenosedolphins areamazing creatures.
  8. 8. Dolphins By: Danielle Ruggles Dolphins are the most energetic animals. Dolphins have a blowhole at the top of their head. They use it to breathe. Dolphins use echolocation. Dolphins are star performers! Dolphins learn a lot. Dolphins live in all of the oceans. Dolphins are friendly.
  9. 9. DolphinsBy: Gabrielle Scott  Dolphins are smart. Mother dolphins and her calves wave their tails up and down. Dolphins live in saltwater. Baby dolphins copy their mom when they are born. Dolphins have a blowhole. Dolphins use echolocation. Dolphins are talented. Dolphins are kind and cute. Dolphins perform in shows. Dolphins are amazing animals!
  10. 10. Dolphins By: Brandon Smrecak Dolphins are the smartest creatures in the sea. They feel like rubber. Their tail goes up and down. They have a blowhole. They can balance on their tail. They could get caught in a plastic bag handle and die. Dolphins look like they have a rubber beak that’s gray.
  11. 11. DolphinsBy: Janiya WellsDolphins canswim reallyfast in thewater. Theycan betaught how todo tricks.Dolphins eatfish.
  12. 12. Sea Turtles Click on the turtle to see some cool stuff!
  13. 13. Sea TurtlesBy: Leigha Biskner  Sea turtles are smart. They are slow when they are in the sand, but fast in the water. Female turtles lay their eggs in a nest on the beach. Sea turtles come up to the surface to get air.
  14. 14. Sea Turtles By: Emma McDonald Sea turtle need air to live. They weigh 80-1000 pounds. They lay their eggs on the sand only. Baby sea turtles stay in the nest for 60 days. Sea turtles can be green to black. They are beautiful.
  15. 15. Sea TurtlesBy:Emma RodriguezSea turtles areamazing! They livein the ocean. Theyeat jellyfish. Theylay their eggs in thesame place wheretheir mother did.Sometimes peoplecatch sea turtles forfood. They can be 6feet long.
  16. 16. Sea Horses Click on the Sea horse to learn some new facts!
  17. 17. SeahorseBy:Angelina GutierrezSeahorses get theirname from theirhead because theirhead looks like ahorse. Seahorseseat tiny creatures.They are small.The male seahorselays the eggs.
  18. 18. Sea HorsesBy: Micah GoodsonSeahorses get theirname from theirhead. It is shapedlike a real horseshead. The dadseahorse has thebaby seahorses.They have to watchout for predatorsbecause they are notfast swimmers.
  19. 19. OctopusClick on the octopus for someinformation!
  20. 20. Octopus By: Gavin Jankowski An octopus swims in the ocean. It has 8 legs. Each leg has lots of suction cups to help it get its food. People can eat octopus.
  21. 21. Jellyfish Click on the jellyfish to find some cool information!
  22. 22. JellyfishBy: Olivia KainJellyfish are amazinganimals. Some arebright colors likepink, yellow, blue,and purple. Somecan glow! Jellyfishare invertebrates.That means theydon’t have abackbone. They areamazing animals!
  23. 23. Giant Squid Click on the squid to learn more about the giant squid…
  24. 24. Giant SquidBy: David McCormick  The squid has long arms. Their eyes are as big as a basketball. They live in the deep dark part of the ocean. They like to eat fish.
  25. 25. Great White Shark Click on the shark to learn some interesting facts about sharks.
  26. 26. Great WhiteSharksBy: ChristianRodriguezSharks eat fish,dolphins, othersharks, seals, and sealions. In a feedingfrenzy, sharkssometimes even biteother sharks byaccident. Sharkshave nostrils rightbehind their eyes.Sharks have cartilageinstead of bones.
  27. 27. WhalesClick on the picture to learn moreabout whales.
  28. 28. Whales By: Jason Vetter A whale is a mammal. A baby whale is as big as an elephant. A Sperm Whale has a huge head. A Grey Whale has no teeth. A whale is strong enough to flip a boat. The largest animal on Earth is the Blue Whale.
  29. 29. Humpback WhalesBy: Chalmer Young Humpback whales are amazing! It gets its name from a hump under its dorsal fin. They jump out of the water. This is called breaching. They eat krill and plankton. Barnacles stick to their body. They have predators like the Killer Whale. They are mammals. They have to go to the surface to breathe air. Humpback Whales are black on their backs and their flippers are white. Humpback whales can live up to 50 years. Humpback whales are slow swimmers.
  30. 30. Seastars Click on the starfish to learn some new facts!
  31. 31. StarfishBy: CarrieWilliamsYou know seastars as starfish.Sea stars arenot really fish.Sea stars andsea urchins donot have backbones. Somesea stars canhave up to 20legs.

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