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Sharks Hidden Picture

Sharks Hidden Picture

Solution  


Sharks Hidden Picture

Activity  

Objectives:

Students will see the similarities and differences between shark species. Students will be able to answer some questions about sharks.

Assessment:

Ask students questions about animals found in this habitat to see their comprehension levels. Some questions you can ask to verify and assess what they learned in this activity follow.

What do sharks have in common? 1) With what do they propel themselves through the water? 2) With what do they breathe? 3) What about the shape of most of their heads is the same?

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