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Impacts on the Ocean: Human and Environmental

Digital Download Product
revised edition 2022

Marine Biology Lesson includes 5 interactive hands-on learning STEAM activities that bring the ocean straight to your home printer. These activities include labs, experiments, projects, games, and collectible flash cards along with a Certification of Completion in Impacts on the Ocean: Human and Environmental

Impacts on the Ocean: Human and Environmental Marine Science Lesson Learning Objective:

  • Learn about Oil Spills
  • Pollution and Manmade Environmental issues
  • Negative Impacts on our Oceans
  • Types of Pollution
  • What can We do to help?

Impacts on the Ocean: Human and Environmental Adventure Activities include:

  • Age 4 -7
    – Beach Clean Up Race
    – Oil and Oil Spills
    – Learn about Conservation
    – Facts about Pollution
    – What can we do to help?
  • Age 8 – 10
    –  Oil Spills and Pollution 
    – Trash Becomes Art
    – Negative Impacts on our Oceans
    – Types Of Pollution
    – What will YOU do to help the environment?
  • Age 10+
    – Understanding Oil Spills and Pollution
    – Oil Spill Simulation
    – Conservation
    – How long does our trash last?
    – Create inventive ways to help our environment

Learn about your favorite topics or earn your Jr. Marine Biologist Award with the purchase of our Jr. Marine Biology Adventure digital download kit, which includes 12 fun topics with a bundle pack savings.

Complete your Certificate in Marine Biology with the purchase of our Marine Biology Adventure digital download kit, which includes all 24 Marine Biology topics, along with additional monthly downloads. You will also receive a personal invite to our private Facebook group, where we bring other like minded families together to share resources, online classes, family adventure discounts and more!

Great for homeschool parents, pods, camps, after-school clubs, independent teachers, or a gift for an ocean enthusiast.  

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Digital Download Product
revised edition 2022 

Marine Biology Lesson includes 5 interactive hands-on learning STEAM activities that bring the ocean to your home printer. These activities include labs, experiments, projects, games, and collectible flash cards along with a Certification of Completion in Impacts on the Ocean: Human and Environmental

Impacts on the Ocean: Human and Environmental Marine Science Lesson Learning Objective:

  • Learn about Oil Spills
  • Pollution and Manmade Environmental issues
  • Negative Impacts on our Oceans
  • Types of Pollution
  • What can We do to help?

Impacts on the Ocean: Human and Environmental Adventure Activities include:

  • Age 4 -7
    – Beach Clean Up Race
    – Oil and Oil Spills
    – Learn about Conservation
    – Facts about Pollution
    – What can we do to help?
  • Age 8 – 10
    –  Oil Spills and Pollution 
    –  Trash Becomes Art
    – Negative Impacts on our Oceans
    – Types Of Pollution
    – What will YOU do to help the environment?
  • Age 10+
    – Understanding Oil Spills and Pollution
    – Oil Spill Simulation
    – Conservation
    – How long does our trash last?
    – Create inventive ways to help our environment

Learn about your favorite topics or earn your Jr. Marine Biologist Award with the purchase of our Jr. Marine Biology Adventure digital download kit, which includes 12 fun topics with a bundle pack savings. Complete your Certificate in Marine Biology with the purchase of our Marine Biology Adventure digital download kit, which includes all 24 Marine Biology topics, along with additional monthly downloads. You will also receive a personal invite to our private Facebook group, where we bring other like minded families together to share resources, online classes, family adventure discounts and more!

Great for homeschool parents, pods, camps, after-school clubs, independent teachers, or a gift for an ocean enthusiast.  

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4-7, 8-9, 10+

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