Celebrate World Oceans Week with these free downloadable activities from the previous issues of Eco Kids Planet magazine:
The world's seas and oceans are full of amazing marvels. At the last count, scientists reckoned there were some 230,000 species living in the sea – perhaps as much as four-fifths of all life on Earth. The magnificent great white shark can grow 6-8m long – almost as long a London bus, and is the largest fish predator on the planet!
It's best to print the template on an A3 size paper (double A4 size) if you have access to an A3 printer.
Make a coral-themed desk tidy out of paper towel tubes!
Print out the red-squared paper and follow easy step-by-step instructions to create an origami crab.
A coral reef ecosystem is bursting with life and biodiversity. Take a look in more detail at the relationships between the living creatures. Every single organism plays an important role in the existence and survival of this amazing underwater environment. Can you create your own food chain using different creatures from our list?
The Caribbean Sea and its islands are among the most exotic, biodiverse and beautiful places in the world. Can you spot 10 differences between these pictures? Colour a shell each time you find one!
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