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Unit 5 Week 4 reef Key Words
Unit 5 Week 4 partnership Key Words
Unit 5 Week 4 current Key Words
Unit 5 Week 4 eventually Key Words
Unit 5 Week 4 brittle Key Words
Unit 5 Week 4 suburbs Key Words
Unit 5 Week 4 ride a wave Function Words & Phrases
Unit 5 Week 4 slurp up Function Words & Phrases
Unit 5 Week 4 pound Function Words & Phrases
Unit 5 Week 4 settle down Function Words & Phrases
Unit 5 Week 4 lagoon Basic Words
Unit 5 Week 4 lobster Basic Words
Unit 5 Week 4 crab Basic Words
Unit 5 Week 4 coral Basic Words
Unit 5 Week 4 tentacles Basic Words
Unit 5 Week 4 stingray Basic Words
Unit 5 Week 4 Basic Words
Unit 3 Week 3 dismiss Key Words. Unit 3 Week 3 interact Key Words.
Unit 6 Week 5 ventured Key Words Unit 6 Week 5 emerged Key Words.
Unit 2 Week 1 Key Words. Unit 2 Week 1 specimens Key Words.
Unit 2 Week 3 Key Words. Unit 2 Week 3 investigating Key Words.
Oysters Oysters were once the main organism harvested from the bay.
Ryaan 2O Second Grade April A Clown fish is a small fish. It is orange and it has white stripes. A Clown fish lives in a coral reef.
Sharks BY: Ward B asking Sharks are the second-largest sharks in the world! They eat plankton, larvae, and other small fish. Basking Sharks can grow.
They were there to settle a government,and to make the government stronger for the people.
2 Different Types of Corals Deep Water Coral Shallow.
NERITIC ZONE & OPEN OCEAN A. Conditions in the Neritic Zone: - located over continental shelf - kelp forest - low tide line to continental shelf - wide.
Marine Turtles!!! By: Carole, Reed, Sophie, Madison, Alex.
Possessive Nouns Presentation on possessive nouns.
Lord of the Flies: Island Map You will be drawing a map of the island the boys are stranded on based upon the descriptions given in the book. Please refer.
He went snorkeling on the ______ reef. a) currentcurrentb) coralcoral c) eventually eventually d) reef reef.
Coral Reefs. What is Coral? GIANT STRUCTURES built by tiny creatures GIANT STRUCTURES built by tiny creatures Some reef systems are so huge that they.
Coral Reefs. Facts about Coral Reefs Largest living thing on Earth Covers less than 1% of the Earth’s Surface Needs sunlight to grow.
Coral Reefs By Mrs. Goodyear Coral Reefs By Mrs. Goodyear.
Unit 4 Week 5. Vocabulary coral: a group of small animal skeletons that forms a reef. reef: a ridge of sand, rock, or coral under the ocean or other body.
Videos about Sea Creatures Sharks Sponges Starfish Fish Lobsters Coral Reefs Dolphins Clown Fish Manatees.
Earth’s Oceans Part IV Source: CK12.org Earth Science Chapter 14 Author: Robert G. Smith.
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