Oceans KS2 Geography. Find out about tidal seas and currents with David Attenborough, using The Blue Planet link.
Deep Sea Ecosystems Lesson Plan
Students discuss how they and other organisms adapt to survive in different environments. They discover the characteristics of deep sea extremophiles that help those organisms survive in several deep sea ecosystems.
Predator Protector Interactive
Swim with sharks and experience the threats they face, striving to keep the ocean in balance by staying alive.
Seas Of Europe Interactive
Can you locate the seas of Europe on this interactive map?
Sir Walter Raleigh's Ocean Journey Video
In 1595, Elizabethan explorer Sir Walter Raleigh set sail for South America, hoping to discover El Dorado, the legendary city of gold. The epic voyage took nearly two months. Now the Serious Explorers, a team of children from the UK, are following in the footsteps of Sir Walter Raleigh to find out about the challenges he faced, and the amazing landscapes he discovered.
The Blue Planet Lesson Plan
David Attenborough introduces us to the importance of tidal seas and currents. Lesson plan with activity sheets and video.
Weird Fish Marine Reserve Video
Ninety percent of the large predators in the ocean are gone and their populations have collapsed, and some scientific studies suggest that most fisheries worldwide will collapse before 2050. The reason for this is that we have taken too many fish out of the sea, and we keep taking more before the remaining populations are able to reproduce. Pretty soon, they’ll simply run out.
Why The Ocean Matters Video
Covering 72 percent of the Earth and supplying half its oxygen, the ocean is our planet's life support system—and it’s in danger. Watch this video to learn why a healthier ocean means a healthier planet, and find out how you can help.