Finding the True Stars of the Ocean, A Realistic Sea Life Coloring Book for Future Marine Biologists

Not just a coloring book! Finding the True Stars of the Ocean is a great educational tool for students (grades 2-5) and teachers alike. If your child was inspired to become a marine biologist or learn more about marine ecosystems after watching one of the blockbuster animated movies, like Finding Dory, then Finding the True Stars of the Ocean is for them. Inside this educational coloring book, your child will learn about the coral reef and kelp forest ecosystems and the balance that exists between the species that live there. They will learn about the real life version of characters from the big screen including: Clownfish, Regal Blue Tangs, Porcupinefish, Butterflyfish, Damselfish, Cleaner Wrasses, Rockfish, Octopuses, Hammerhead Sharks, Whale Sharks, Sea Turtles, Spotted Rays, Sea Lions, Sea Otters and more. Each colorable illustration is accompanied by a one-page fact sheet about the species. Children will learn about species feeding habits, coloration, anatomy, body design, and their role in the underwater ecosystem. Important ecological principals covered include: symbiosis, the effects of collecting fish for the aquarium trade, reef etiquette and conservation. Including these topics is intended to help children make better decisions about the world we live in. This book is brought to you by award-winning author and illustrator and prolific marine science educational material developer, Monika Mira.Read More

Sign Language Alphabet ABC Coloring Sheets & Room Border

Your students will love learning the sign language alphabet (“manual alphabet”) with this Sign Language ABC download. Every page includes upper and lower case letters, a beautifully illustrated picture that starts with the letter and the sign language hand shape for the letter.   The Layout has a consistent design and is perfect for creating an ABC Alphabet room border for your classroom or bedroom. Children can make their own book of alphabet signs for reference, or each child can color one page to make a decorative border for your classroom. All 26 pages of the alphabet are represented in this download from Teachers Pay Teachers.   Did you know that using sign language is a great way to introduce letter sounds and practice spelling? It provides another kinesthetic activity to accompany your phonics program and really helps students with special needs.Read More