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  71.   Pets Are for Life
...arious animals. Materials * paper * markers Activity Students will research the life spans of several animals and create bar graphs comparing these. Helpful Background Information * www.hsus.org Procedure 1. Have students research the average life span of a human, a cat, a dog, a horse, a canary, a goldfish, and a guinea pig, then illustrate these in a bar graph. 2. As a class, discuss the long-term commitment of pet ownership. Choose one pet as an example and ask students to speculate on the changes that might take place in their families' lives over the course of the animal's life. Could they move to a new to...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  72.   Bubble Mania - Math Grows up (Measurement)
...deep with pastel-blue balloons is more like water. Blue and green crepe paper streamers and Christmas tinsel hang from the dome and gently sway in the air currents. Two overhead projectors. Use dark blue acetate on the stage. Place a clear flat-bottom glass bowl on the acetate and add six to eight goldfish. Focus these fish on the bubble. The record, The Sea (RCA) by Rod McKuen and the Sebastian Strings along with Anita Kett is used as background music and words. The bubble is initially dark inside. A black polyethylene film cover to throw over the bubble. The particiapant-observers enter into the dark. All pr...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  73.   Whales
...to complete: 15-30 minutes Station 2: Computer Students will listen to and view facts about whales, dolphins and porpoises. Materials: station sign, activity card, Golden Book Encyclopedia CD-ROM, computer and power source. Time to complete: 15 to 30 minutes Station 3: Math Station Estimate whales (goldfish). Answer yes/no question, Have you ever seen a baleen whale? Use K'Nex to construct a whale. Complete a whale dot-to-dot counting by 2's. Materials: Estimating jar, goldfish, yes/no chart, clothespins, K'Nex, whale dot-to-dot ditto, pencils and crayons. Time to complete: 30 minutes Station 4: Laser disc Stud...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  74.   Understanding Salinity
...r optimal salinity range. Herring: 0-20 ppt Male Blue Crab 3-15 ppt Clams 25-28ppt Use the information on the previous page to help you determine the salinity for each of the place marked on your Harbor Estuary map. A B C D E Answers: A -30-35ppt, B-15-30ppt, C-10-25ppt, D 1-15 ppt, E-.0-1-ppt Goldfish: 0-5ppt Seastar: 28-35 ppt Brine Shrimp: 30-50ppt
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  75.   Frog and Toad are Friends
...for a final copy of a writing project about the pond. Making a Mini-Pond at School It is easy and inexpensive to make your mini-pond at school so that observations can continue throughout the school year. The mini-pond can be as small as a dish pan or as large as a wadding pool. If you want to keep goldfish in the outdoor pond throughout the winter, one part of the pond will have to about three feet deep so that the fish will not freeze in the ice. This water depth can be hazardous with young children, so permission from school officials and safety precautions would have to be taken. With a water hole the size...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  76.   How Close Can You Get? Estimating
...rtaining to their eating habits, population, how they Ready To Learn help mankind, and body makeup. PBS Parents Top Stay Informed Materials Weekly News for Educators large glass or plastic Sign Up for container to hold E-news! snack food, i.e., 10-gallon fish In the Know container Newsletter enough goldfish January crackers (or other snack food) to fill the above container 5 to 6 smaller square or rectangle-shaped containers, all same size chart with Chinese Numerals recorded on it calculators, 1 for each group of 2 to 3 students Top Previewing Activities Note to the teacher: You will not be showing the first p...
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  77.   Design an experiment to test the effects of increases or decreases in dissolved oxygen levels on aquatic plants and animals.
...t (Chemical) assorted glassware air pumps and tubing assorted plants and animals Note: Students will provide a detailed list of materials as they design their experiments. Question to be investigated: Examples: 1. How do increases or decreases in dissolved oxygen levels effect the breathing rate of goldfish? 2. How does an increase or a decrease in dissolved oxygen levels effect the biodiversity of a pond water sample? 3. How do dissolved oxygen levels effect the growth of algae or plants? 4. Can certain macroinvertebrates survive at low levels of dissolved oxygen? Note: Working with a partner, students should...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  78.   10. Gone Fishin' - Lesson Plan | My Science Box
...d be placed. Fish that fall out of the boat onto the table do not count! o You will be fishing in your ocean for 4 years. Each year you will have 30 seconds to bring in Ecology Box your catch. o There are 4 different kinds of fish in the ocean. Each is worth a certain amount of money on the market. Goldfish are worth $3, Peanut 1. Terraqua Fish are worth $5, M&M Fish are worth $5, and Columns Find Lessons By Peanut M&M Fish are worth $10. 2. Water o You must earn at least $5 of income each year Analysis to stay in business. However, you should try to 3. Soil earn as much money as possible. Analysis o At the end...
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  79.   What Do You See?
..., Brown Bear,What do you See? to the class. The story should be familiar to the students at this point due to previous readings. Give students a paper plate and a photocopy of one of the animals from the story. Depending on the number of students in the class, you may have more than one bear, bird, goldfish, etc. Have students color the animal as it is colored in the book and glue it on their paper plate. Attach a tongue depressor to the bottom of the plate so that it can be used as a hand-held mask. Read the book again to the students. Ask students to stand when their animal is being spoken to and is speaking....
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    Grade Level: K-2

  80.   Learning Language Strategies Through Repeated Readings of Storybooks
...y? Why not? T/T will ask students where Fat Cat lived when Dragon found her. T/T will discuss where pets live, i.e. through cloze procedures: Some pets live in the house. Some pets live outside. Cats can live - -. Horses can live outside in a pasture. Sometimes they live in a building called a - -. Goldfish live in a water filled tank or a bowl called a - --. Tigers can live in wide open spaces or in a - -. Higher-level language processing questions could include: Tigers live in wide open spaces because - . Dragon felt sorry for fat cat and brought her inside because - -. T/T discusses the sounds animals make a...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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