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Explorer Series

Check out all of our Explorer Series options here. Ideal for introducing a multitude of science lessons from living and nonliving things to symbiotic relationships, these Explorer Series are the perfect start point to ascertain student prior knowledge, facilitate discussions, and get students interested in the coming lesson. Additionally, they can be used to enhance your STEM projects by engaging students in critical thinking and problem-based learning scenarios. Approach your reading, writing and language arts lessons through the lens of the ocean to get your students’ motivated and their creative juices flowing. Designed to be the ideal engagement tool, these Explorer Series are sure to enhance your class participation.

Predator Prey

It’s an eat or be eaten world.

Predator Prey

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Not all predators are equipped with sharp teeth! Discover the many ways the creatures of the ocean find food and defend themselves from predators in this short collection that includes a narrated video, compelling facts, and discussion questions.

Electroreception

The secret sense of sharks, skates, and rays.

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Learn more about electroreception, the unique characteristic shared by sharks, skates, and rays in this short series complete with a narrated video, images, fun facts, and a selection of inquiry questions.

Flippers

Fins aren’t the only way to get around in the ocean.

Flippers

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Find out more about flippers and the marine animals that rely on them to get around in this brief learning experience that includes a narrated video, images, facts, and discussion questions.

Mola Mola

The largest bony fish in the sea.

Mola Mola

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The mola mola, or oceanic sunfish is one of the more unique fish in the sea, learn more about them in this engaging snippet complete with a narrated video, images, interesting facts, and a set of discussion questions.

Butterflyfish

Flittering spots of color that dance across the reef.

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Butterflyfish are some of the most brightly colored fish on the reef, discover more about these gregarious fish in this engaging snippet complete with narrated video, images, fun facts, and discussion questions.

Sea Stars

Radial symmetry at its finest!

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Learn more about sea stars, basket stars, sea lilies, and brittle stars in this brief learning experience that includes a narrated video, images, facts, and discussion questions.

Kelp

One of the fastest growing living things on Earth.

Kelp

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While they might look like plants and act like plants, kelps are actually algae. Learn more about these vital seaweeds in this brief course complete with a narrated video, images, unique facts, and discussion questions.

Fishes

The largest group of vertebrates on the planet!

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There are more fish than mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians combined, find out more about this diverse group of animals in this brief learning experience that includes a narrated video, images, facts and discussion questions.

Schooling

There is an advantage in numbers.

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Some fish school for protection, others to increase their chances to find food. Discover more about schooling fish in this engaging snippet complete with narrated video, images, fun facts, and discussion questions.

Negative Impacts Overview

How do we impact the ocean?

Negative Impacts Overview

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The ocean covers more than 70% of Earth, while it may seem indestructible, it is not. Discover more about our impacts on the ocean in this engaging snippet complete with a narrated video, images, interesting facts, and a set of discussion questions.

Sea Anemones

Gently wave in the current, but watch out!

Sea Anemones

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Equipped with stinging cells these sedentary creatures pack a wallop! Learn more about sea anemones in this short collection that includes a narrated video, compelling facts, and discussion questions.

Pelagic Zone

Water, water everywhere.

Pelagic Zone

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More than 70% of Earth is covered by ocean, much of it far from the sight of land. Discover the creatures that live in the open ocean in this engaging snippet complete with narrated video, images, fun facts, and discussion questions.

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