Explorers Wild About Wildlife on the Seashore: Living Things - Simple Presentation
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AbstractThe Explorers Wild About Wildlife on the Seashore PowerPoint LIVING THINGS SIMPLE PRESENTATION can be used for junior science classes learning about living things on the seashore. The presentation looks at seaweeds and a selection of the different types of animals that are found on the seashore including jellyfish, crabs and fish. The Presentations can be used as PowerPoint or interactive presentations on a Whiteboard.
DescriptionThe Explorers Education Programme is funded by the Marine Institute, Ireland’s state agency for marine research, technology development and innovation. The Explorers Education Programme is managed by the Camden Education Trust and we work with amazing outreach teams all around Ireland, as well as other organisations that love the ocean. Also see the Explorers Wild about Wildlife Species Worksheets & Activity Sheets, and the Explorers Wild about Wildlife Species Information Sheets.
CitationDromgool-Regan, C. and Burke, N. (2021). Explorers Wild about Wildlife on the Seashore: Living Things - Simple Presentation. Explorers Education Programme, The Camden Education Trust and Galway Atlantaquaria. Marine Institute, Ireland
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