The ocean biome is the largest biome on the planet, containing a fascinating and diverse array of habitats. In this indoor lesson, students will learn about kelp forests, and other unique habitats found in the ocean.
This activity fosters students’ sense of curiosity and can be done indoors, outdoors, or a combination of the two. Students view a virtual presentation, then bring an activity sheet outdoors, looking for a variety of natural objects.
What makes rocks unique, and how can we investigate the rocks we find in the Pacific Northwest to understand more about them? Students observe rocks and conduct investigations.