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Feastin' Turtles Cristian Rojas Play this game to discover how plastic waste in the ocean affects not only sea turtles, but all marine life. In order to protect our oceans we need to keep it free of trash. There are many things each person can do to help keep the oceans clean, such as by using containers instead of ziplock bags, bringing a reusable bag when buying groceries, and recycling what we can.
Jul 30th, 2020
Game Reflection Sheet for Literacy Principle 3 Cristian Rojas
Jul 30th, 2020
Hanging Straw Planter Cristian Rojas This craft is designed to recycle plastic straws or tubing in your household to create pretty potted plant hangers. This is the perfect craft to add decoration around the house with the family at home.
Jul 30th, 2020
Interconnected Ecosystems Cristian Rojas This activity encourages students to use a higher level of thinking through active participation. They will understand how each part of ecosystems are heavily reliant on each other, the unfortunate impact humans have had on our oceans ecosystems, and preventative methods to avoid further damage.
Jul 30th, 2020
Multi-layered Ocean Dessert Cup Cristian Rojas Make a fun dessert to easily visualize the vastness of the ocean. If you don’t live close to the ocean it can be hard to imagine how big and important it is. It can also be hard to understand that there are many levels in the ocean with different environments and organisms.
Jul 30th, 2020
Ocean Clean Up Cristian Rojas
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Ocean Literacy Cootie Catcher Cristian Rojas Introduce your students to the seven ocean literacy principles by creating an interactive cootie catcher designed by your class!
Jul 30th, 2020
Ocean Literacy Debate Cristian Rojas In two teams, your class will be participating in an informal debate on the topic of “Actions protecting the environment can end up hurting those who rely on industry to survive”. Each team will be on opposing sides - one debating for environmental protection above all, and the other debating for the people supported by industry.
Jul 30th, 2020
Ocean Literacy Leadership Games Cristian Rojas A collection of leadership activities that can be used to teach ocean literacy, while building a team atmosphere. Activities include: Empty the Gyre, Fish vs. Plastic Monsters, and Plastic Gang vs. Sea Birds
Jul 30th, 2020
Ocean Literacy Photo Contest Cristian Rojas The aim of this contest is to learn more about the Ocean Literacy principles. To do so, you will need to submit 2 photos of two of the Ocean Literacy principles. Don’t forget to add a description of why you took this photo and what it represents to you, as well as a short title.
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Ocean Literacy Principle 1 Cristian Rojas Game detailing human affects on the ocean!
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Ocean Literacy Principle 2 Cristian Rojas
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Ocean Literacy Principle 3 Cristian Rojas
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Ocean Literacy Principle 4 Cristian Rojas
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Ocean Literacy Principle 5 Cristian Rojas Food Web Game
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Ocean Literacy Principle 7 Cristian Rojas
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Ocean Literacy Principle Poster Cristian Rojas Fantastic graphic resource for the first ocean literacy principle
Jul 30th, 2020
Overfishing: A Game Cristian Rojas A game to teach children the effects of over-fishing on livelihoods, fish, and other ocean life.
Jul 30th, 2020
Paper Straw Vase Cristian Rojas This is a great craft to do as a family. We encourage you to recycle materials from your household to create something beautiful. This is a great way to reuse materials and add decoration to the house.
Jul 30th, 2020
Photo Scavenger Hunt Cristian Rojas The project is essentially a normal scavenger hunt, but we only take the photo of the object (nature-friendly). The teacher is going to give the student a list of objects (or clues) and the students are going to find the objects in the list. The game location is the nearest beach or waterway. Once the student has found an object, they will plot its location on a simple map which shows some basic features of the area --sandbars, large logs, tidepools etc. At the end of the game, a small prize may be offered.
Jul 30th, 2020
Sea Turtle Turmoil Cristian Rojas In this active game, turtle bales (group of turtles) need to collect resources whilst migrating. As the game progresses they must watch out for hazards such as predators, nets, and indigestible foods.
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The Eutrophication Game Cristian Rojas Learn about eutrophication and ocean literacy principle #6 through this active game for the classroom!
Jul 30th, 2020
The Three Seas Cristian Rojas This project creates a hands-on, creative and educational experience for students Grades 6-12. The participants will initiate a clean-up in a local area, collecting litter and rubbish, and then work together to turn the collected garbage into an art piece based off of an animal that lives in that ecosystem. After completion, they will present and explanation of how the garbage that was collected effects/harms the animal, the ecosystem it lives in and eventually the ocean. To finished, the students will reflect about what they’ve learned and how they can work to reduce their impact.
Jul 30th, 2020