|Open this book and set sail.|
The E-book is as close as Amazon
What if Columbus was planning his voyage today?
Would you laugh and say, "How silly!"
Would you stand on the dock and shout, "Good luck?"
Or would you say, "Sign me up! I'm going with you."
|If you have the book or E-book, read pages 16 and 17. Don't miss the info in the Red Box!|
|This cat looks like my cat "Tiger". But he hates to travel.|
Sailor's also called it hardtack. Bake up this recipe and you'll know how this biscuit got it's name.
Press the dough out so it is only about 1/2 inch thick. Use a bread knife to cut into
|If you have the book or E-book, read pages 20 and 21. Don't miss the Sargasso Food Chain.|
|The arrows show sea currents. Why do you think sailors could be trapped in this part of the ocean?|
Now, dive in and explore some of the animals living in the Sargasso Sea--the ones in the picture. Next make a mini-book with a little information about any four of these animals: Mahi Mahi, Mako Shark, Dolphins, Baby Eels, Baby Loggerhead Turtles. You can find information on-line or in books. Add pictures to bring your mini-book to life. And don't forget to give it a title.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W. 4.7 Conduct short research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different aspects of a topic.
What An Adventure!