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Lesson: Is it really a fish? (Year 1)

Students will discuss features that determine a fish and classify a range of marine organisms.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 26.11.2019

Lesson: Coral Creations

Students will learn about the make-up of a coral reef and the symbiotic relationship that exists between coral and algae by making themselves a sweet treat.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 07.11.2019

Lesson: A day in the life of …

Students will choose an animal from the rock pool and write a description of a day in the life of that animal.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 07.11.2019

Lesson: Life in a rock pool

Students will design their own rock pool habitat.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 31.10.2019

Lesson: Making Spirals

Students will investigate how shells are made.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 31.10.2019

Lesson: Sharing a Shell – Fact or Fiction?

Students will identify some differences between imaginative and informative texts.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 31.10.2019

Lesson: Sharing a Shell

Students will engage in a whole-class shared reading of the book, Sharing a Shell by Julia Donaldson.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 30.10.2019

Student Worksheet: Fact or Fiction

This worksheet is associated with the Lesson: Sharing a shell - Fact or Fiction?

Resource type: Student WorksheetLast updated: 30.10.2019

Lesson: External fish anatomy

Students will label the external features of a bony fish.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 29.10.2019

Student Worksheet: External fish anatomy – West Australian dhufish

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Resource type: Student WorksheetLast updated: 29.10.2019

Student Worksheet: External Fish Anatomy – Pink snapper

This worksheet is a Related Resource for the Lesson: External fish anatomy

Resource type: Student WorksheetLast updated: 29.10.2019

Student Worksheet: External Fish Anatomy – King George whiting

This worksheet is a Related Resource for the Lesson: External fish anatomy

Resource type: Student WorksheetLast updated: 29.10.2019

Lesson: What’s the difference? (Year 3)

Students will compare and contrast features between fish and another group of (vertebrate) animals adapted for life underwater e.g. marine mammals or reptiles.

Resource type: LessonLast updated: 23.10.2019

Student Worksheet: What’s the difference? (Year 3)

This worksheet is a related resource for the Lesson: What's the difference? (Year 3)

Resource type: Student WorksheetLast updated: 23.10.2019

Fact Sheet: Western Rock Lobster

Colourful and protected by a strong carapace, the western rock lobster is one of the family of 'spiny' lobsters - and the target of WA's largest and most valuable fishery. This fact sheet explores the basic biology of the western rock lobster.

Resource type: Fact SheetLast updated: 17.10.2019

Fact Sheet: Western Blue Groper

In southern Australia, the western blue groper is actually the largest carnivorous bony fish species found living on reefs, reaching a length of up to 1.7m and a weight of up to 40kg. Learn more about the biology of this fish in this fact sheet.

Resource type: Fact SheetLast updated: 17.10.2019

Fact Sheet: Dhufish

A fact sheet providing information on Western Australian dhufish (Glaucosoma hebracium), a fish species endemic to the southern part of Western Australia. Its great size and superb eating qualities make this fish a Western Australian fishing icon.

Resource type: Fact SheetLast updated: 17.10.2019

Fact Sheet: Tailor

Tailor are one of the most popular recreational fishing species along the west coast of Western Australia. Learn more about what fisheries' scientists know of tailor from more than 15 years worth of data collection on this species.

Resource type: Fact SheetLast updated: 17.10.2019

Fact Sheet: Sharks

Of the 370-plus shark species in the world, more than 100 species live in Western Australian waters. This fact sheet provides general information about the biology of sharks, protected species and their vulnerability to overfishing.

Resource type: Fact SheetLast updated: 17.10.2019

Fact Sheet: Seagrasses

Seagrasses support highly productive and diverse ecosystems. These specialised marine plants are vitally important in the coastal environment because they are a source of food and shelter, oxygenate water, trap sand and recycle nutrients; and provide breeding habitats and nursery areas for many marine organisms.

Resource type: Fact SheetLast updated: 17.10.2019

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