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  • PBS games:  PBS has a variety of games to choose from.  There are nature, engineering, and animal games to name a few.  Examples include, "Don't Flood the Fidgits", "Aquabot", "Ocean Guide", "Creature Photoshoot", and more.  Sign up at this website to get daily activities and tips to help kids play and learn at home.
  • NOAA games compilation:  Various games on aquatic life.  For example, "Water life: rivers meet the sea", "Water life, quest to nest", "Recycle city", and more.
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium- posters:  Monterey Bay Aquarium has some great habitat posters that allow you to have students "I spy" as many animals as they can and are a great way to stimulate discussion.
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium- critter cards:  Monterey Bay Aquarium provides marine mammal critter cards so that you can play concentration, go fish, guess who and more.  (There are also coloring pages)
  • New England Aquarium:  Activities you can do at home with common materials.  Activities such as, "Ponds freeze in the winter - why doesn't the ocean?", "Counting the fish in the sea", "How animals stay warm", and more.
  • Kids' Crossing:  a resource for science education from the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. Resources and games about climate, weather, and the atmosphere.
  • Sheppard software's Kid's Corner:  Food chain games and information.
  • NOAA Marine Debris:  A variety of puzzles and brain teasers you can download.
  • Voices of the Sea: Try the marine mammal call-matching and memory game online.
  • Picture Matching- Right Whales  COAST activity used in our lesson to match the right whale drawings to the real right whale picture.
  • ANSWER KEY: Picture Matching- Right Whales