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Free Fall Homeschool Unit Study Ideas - For Older Kids Too

I decided to round up some free resources and construct a unit study for you. Too, because there seems to be a gazillion things for preschoolers, (you know I love them) but not many free resources to include the older kids, I have included some ideas for them too.

Even if you aren’t a unit study lover, I know everybody likes to get off the beaten path and this gives some variety and pizzazz to the day when you need it and well, it’s FREE. Have to love that.

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This makes so much sense! #MATHLANGUAGE #groupsof #nottimes #math ✖️✖️✖️✖️ What do you think??
https://www.weareteachers.com/multiplication-vocabulary-mistakes/
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It's Elephant Appreciation Day! #ElephantAppreciationDay Watch and learn more about these beautiful animals here : http://kids.sandiegozoo.org/videos/livecam/elephant-cam
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Happy #worldgratitudeday ! Here are some books to teach gratitude? Do you have any your would recommend or add?
http://www.chickenbabies.com/2015/10/books-to-teach-gratitude.html
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Freebie! New York State Fact File Worksheets! 🗽#FREEBIE #newyork http://3boysandadog.com/new-york-state-fact-file-worksheets/

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The Red-Lipped Bat Fish or Galapagos Bat Fish Ogcocephalus darwini are best known for their bright red lips and their very strange morphology. These animals are generally poor swimmers, and use their modified pectoral fins to 'walk' along the ocean floor. Like other anglerfish, the red-lipped batfish has a structure on its head known as illicium. This structure is employed for attracting prey.

These bat fish are found near the Galapagos Islands and off the coast of Peru. They spend their time feeding on small fish and crustaceans near the ocean floor at depths of 10 feet to 250 feet.

There are no major threats known for this species, and so it's listed as a species of Least Concern by the IUCN Red List. Even though this species is restricted to the Galapagos Islands, given its deep water habitat it is unlikely to be negatively impacted by oceanographic environmental changes from ENSO and climate change events.

Learn more about the incredible marine life in our world's oceans by visiting us at: www.theterramarproject.org

Photo: Rein Ketelaars/Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 2.0)

#sealife #seahope #VitaminSea #marinelife #oceanhealth #marinebio #conservation #marinescience #Galapagos #BatFish
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