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Mrs. Vardaro Grade 2 Ocean Animals
 

Mrs. Vardaro Grade 2 Ocean Animals

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Grade 2 students learned researching skills by researching information about various sea animals. Online Encyclopedias, and books were used to find out about what various sea animals looked like and ...

Grade 2 students learned researching skills by researching information about various sea animals. Online Encyclopedias, and books were used to find out about what various sea animals looked like and other interesting information. Students painted a picture of their assigned animal in art. Everything was brought together in a presentation to their 5th grade book buddies that helped them learn good research skills. Students also learned a few basic features of Powerpoint.

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    Mrs. Vardaro Grade 2 Ocean Animals Mrs. Vardaro Grade 2 Ocean Animals Presentation Transcript

    • Sand Dollar Angel Ms . Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Half Buried in Sand
      • 3 to7 feet
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Like a star
      • Mouth center of under side
      • Top surface has small breathing holes
      • Thin circular body
    • Bass Shaun Ms. Vardaro
    • What your Sea Animal Looks Like
      • 2 fins on back
      • Many have spots
      • Long yellowish greenish bodies
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Fish
      • Fight when caught
      • People eat them
      • two groups black, true
    • Puffin Evelyn Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks like
      • Odd looking birds
      • Mostly black and white.
      • Flat beak
    • Other Interesting Facts about your Sea Animal
      • Some feathers
      • Eats fish
      • Lives on rocks
      • It is not very big
    • Whale Athena Ms. Vardaro
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Mammal
      • Eat fish
      • Blubber
      • Live in pods
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Huge sea animal
      • Long body, two side fins and tail fins
      • Some have tusks
      • 100 feet
    • Crab Carl Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • 5 pairs of legs
      • Tipped with long claws
      • Jointed legs
      • Hard shell
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Only few live in burrows, or holes, on the seashore
      • Live in shallow water along sea shore
      • Some are found in deeper water
      • Some good to eat
      • eats plants and algae
    • Lobster Daniela Ms. Vardaro
    • Want My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Crusteans
      • Hard shell
      • Jointed of legs
      • Body with sections
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Lays thousand of eggs at daytime
      • Body with sections
      • Eggs stick to body until they hatch
      • Live in ocean Bottom
    • Killer Whale Devin Ms .Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Mammal
      • Black tops
      • Has teeth
      • Eats other fish
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Travel in packs
      • They live in cold water
      • They live in all oceans
      • Eats small fish and big fish
    • Starfish Golda Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Spiny skins
      • Thick arms
      • Five arms some have more
      • Arms lined with tube feet
      • Mouth on underside
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Eats animals with shells
      • Lives in all oceans of the world
      • Arms regrow
      • Produces young by releasing eggs in sea
    • Sponge Hudson Ms.Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Have young by forming eggs
      • Have small
      • They can be many shapes, sizes, and colors
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Most live in sea water
      • Have young by forming eggs and buds that turn into babies
      • Live attached to rocks and other surfaces
      • Most have hard skeletons some have soft
    • Penguin Juliette Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Bird
      • Underside white
      • Short, thick feathers
      • Bull shaped bodies
      • Tall
      • Short legs
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Eat fish, crabs, shrimp
      • Stand upright on land
      • Fast graceful swimmers
      • Lives in ocean
      • good swimmers
      • can not fly
    • Octopus Luis Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Round body
      • Large eyes
      • Eight long arms
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • eats crabs, clams, snails
      • eaten by seals, whales, certain fish
      • Escapes enemies by swimming backward quickly
      • Hides itself by squirting cloud of inky liquid
    • Tuna Myriam Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • 14 kind
      • 45 miles
      • Sport and for food
      • Weighs nearly 2,000
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Fastest fish
      • Cross Ocean
      • Caught for sport
      • Swim long distances
    • Seal Nicolette Ms.Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Likes
      • Eared Seals have ear flaps that cover their opening
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Can live both land and water
      • Most types live where are plenty of fish
      • Walruses are the only seals with tusks
      • Most live along edges of continents and islands
    • Sea Gull Sarah Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Gray above
      • White at bottom
      • Related to tern
      • Long winged birds
      • Black or brown feathers
      • About big as pigeons
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Live near oceans
      • Also live on the great lakes
      • Related to tern
      • Do not fly as graceful as tern
    • Turtle Shaelyn Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Have no teeth
      • Ribs
      • Long neck
      • Back bone
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Use hard beak to cut food
      • Cold blooded
      • Pull neck into shell by bending it
    • Shark Zach Mrs. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Meat eating fish
      • Only some dangerous to some humans
      • Several rows of teeth
      • Body shaped like a torpedo
      • May have curved tails
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Meat eating fish
      • Only some dangerous to humans
      • Some live in rivers some live in oceans
      • Half aren’t dangerous
    • Walrus Colin Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Sea animal
      • Lives far north
      • Uses flippers
      • Uses tusks to swim
      • In summer rests on ice
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Floats on blocks of ice
      • Stiff hairs on upper lip
      • Favorite food is clams
    • Jellyfish Mattie Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Big or small
      • 7 feet
      • Small as pea
      • Has tentacles
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Sting can be painful
      • Sting can even be poisonous
      • Tentacles are stinging cells
    • Manatee Jaden Ms. Vardaro
    • What My Sea Animal Looks Like
      • Large water animals
      • Front legs shaped like paddles
      • 13 feet/4 meters long
      • Gray skin
      • Tail is rounded
      • No back legs
    • Other Interesting Facts About My Sea Animal
      • Feeds on water plants
      • Good grip on plants as eats
      • Live
        • Amazon River
        • Caribbean Sea along coast
        • Northeastern South America
        • Southeastern United States
        • Western Africa
      • Good grip on plants as eats