Coral Reef Matching Sheet

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Coral Reef Matching SheetColor in the coral reef and see if you can match each species with one of the species in theword bank below.Word Bank:JellyfishTube CoralStarfishSea AnemoneFan CoralFinger Coral

Create Your Own Coral ReefFor this activity, you will be creating your own reef filled with all different kinds of corals andfish. See if you can place the different critters where they belong in the reef!You will need: One cardboard egg carton Multi-colored tissue paper Multi-colored pipe cleaners Tape Scissors Printouts of reef critters (shown below for printing)To make your reef: First, cut the lid off of your egg carton. You will be left with the bottom half. This is yoursand (substrate), and it is the base of your coral reef. Next, ball up your tissue paper until it is about the size of an egg and place it into theegg carton. This is your coral. Repeat until the egg carton is full of tissue paper balls. Use different colors for differentcorals!

Create Your Own Coral Reef Twist your pipe cleaners together to make different coral shapes. You can make fancorals, staghorn corals, anemones, and more! (Bonus tip: twist green pipe cleanerstogether to make seaweed) Place your corals into the egg carton along with your tissue paper balls. Pleace themthroughout the carton so you have a big variety of hiding places for sea critters! Print out the pictures of reef critters from page 5 and cut them out. Tape a pipe cleaner to the back of each reef creature.

Create Your Own Coral Reef Place it into the egg carton where you think it belongs. Some creatures will beswimming above the reef, others will be hiding in it. Done! Your reef should look something like this:

Create Your Own Coral Reef

What is a Tide Pool?A tidepool is an isolated pocket of water,found in areas where the sea meets theland. Formed along the shoreline of rockycoasts, tide pools are filled with seawaterthat gets trapped as the tide recedes.Tidepools range from mere inches to a few feet deep and a few feet across! Theyare packed with sturdy sea life such as snails, barnacles, mussels, anemones,urchins, sea stars, crustaceans, seaweed, and small fish.The marine life that lives in tidepools must endure very uniqueconditions. At low tide, they facehours in the sun, low oxygen,high temperatures, andpredators like birds. At hightide, they must endure crashingwaves and foraging fish thatmake their way into the pools.What kind of adaptations would youneed to survive here? Many of thecreatures that live here must stickvery tightly to the rocks. For example,barnacles actually produce a type ofcement that allows them to stay put!Sea stars use suction cups on thebottom of their bodies.

Sea Star Connect the DotsSea stars can be found in many areas of the sunlight zone: coral reefs, tidepools,and more! Connect the dots to reveal a sea star, then color it in.Sea stars have a strange way of eating. When they find something tasty, they canpush their stomachs outside their body and digest their food right there! Oncethey’re finished, they pull their stomach back inside until the next meal.

Tide Pool Creatures

Coral Reef Matching Sheet . Color in the coral reef and see if you can match each species with one of the species in the word bank below. Word Bank: Jellyfish Starfish Fan Coral . Tube Coral Sea Anemone Finger Coral . Create Your Own Coral Reef. For this activity, you will be creating your own reef filled with all different kinds of corals and .

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