A spectacular ocean view – marine mural lesson plan.

March 12, 2019

Biology/Life Science Activity – Grades 8-12

Art and science converge beautifully in this activity that helps students bring the complex natural systems of the ocean to life in brilliant detail.

High schoolers will research and create a visual representation of food webs, zone communities, and natural and human threats in undersea ecosystems. Their final projects can be scored on the 72-point scale included in the lesson plan.

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