whales and Sharks

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whales and Sharks by Mind Map: whales and Sharks

1. Other ocean animals

1.1. octopus

1.2. fish

1.3. tide-pool animals

1.4. Jelly fish

2. Whales

2.1. What do they eat?

2.2. Where do they live?

2.2.1. hot or cold water

2.2.2. Deep or shallow

2.3. types of whales

2.3.1. baleen

2.3.2. toothed

3. Sharks

3.1. Do they eat people?

3.2. what do they eat?

3.2.1. fish, whales, dolphins, crab, octopus

3.3. where do they live?

3.4. How do they have babies?

3.4.1. Eggs

3.4.1.1. spiral egg sack

3.4.1.2. square egg sack

4. Art

4.1. drawings

4.2. paper mache life sized shark

4.3. Whale paper pillows

4.4. Ocean scene wall

4.4.1. Add sharks and whales, and other sea creatures to it throughout study.

4.5. self portrait scuba diving

5. Math

5.1. Measuring out real sizes of sharks and whales

5.2. compare and contrast sharks and whales

5.3. graphs

6. language

6.1. KWL

6.2. Vocabulary

6.2.1. parts of whale and shark

6.2.2. equipment used to view and research

6.2.3. everyday words

6.3. Dictation and stories

7. Literacy

7.1. whale and shark books

7.2. class book about what we learned

7.3. Book

7.3.1. don't eat the teacher

7.3.2. Baby beluga

7.3.3. surprising shark

7.3.4. rainbow fish

7.3.5. gental giant octopus

7.4. play, from book or class made

7.5. vocabulary

7.6. journaling

8. approaches to learning

8.1. ocean theme puzzles of various dificulty

8.2. webbing with children

8.3. KWL charts

8.4. Metacognition with conversations about Whales and Sharks.

9. social emotional

9.1. sharing materials

9.2. games with simple rules

9.2.1. Shark predator and prey

9.3. listening and participating in others stories

10. science

10.1. lifecycle

10.2. food chain

11. Music and Movement

11.1. Shark and whale chase games

11.2. songs

11.2.1. Whats so great about a big white shark

11.2.2. Baby Beluga

11.2.3. down by the sea

11.2.4. slippery fish