Eat Or Be Eaten!

Students play a game: “Eat or Be Eaten!” to understand different behaviors and functions some open ocean animals use to survive. They use different locomotor skills to move forward in the game. After the game, students reflect on the activity, and orally share facts and details to support questions regarding open ocean animal structures and functions. The lesson ends with students demonstrating their knowledge about the open ocean habitat and animals that live there by taking a unit test.

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benthic zone, bioluminescence, camouflage, carnivores, darkness zone, habitat, herbivores, mimic, oceanic zone, open ocean, pelagic zone, phytoplankton, predators, prey, schools, sunlight zone, twilight zone, venomous, zooplankton