April 29, 2013

We explored ocean shells, seaweed, sea urchins, whelk eggs, sea horses, horseshoe crab, sand dollars, coral, star fish, or sea star in our ocean museum. We had scallop shells that were glued together. Soft animals with smushy bodies live inside these shells. Seagulls eat those animals, and so do sea otters. People eat them too. 









7 comments:

Mrs.Wideen's Class Blog said...

We don't have seashells like that where we live. We don't live near any oceans. We have many freshwater lakes near us. Do you have an ocean near you?

Our Classroom Family said...

We live about 1 hour from the ocean, but we have lots of lakes too. Our teacher brought most of those seashells back from Florida. Maine seashells are plain, and we don't have many.
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Anonymous said...

Those are some really cool sea shells. Looks like fun!

Anonymous said...

Those are some really cool sea shells. Looks like fun!

Anonymous said...

Exploring all those different shells and animals from the sea sounds like fun!

Our Classroom Family said...

we lovd it!

Anonymous said...

i like that by. matt