Read/Listen to this excerpt from 20,000 Leagues under the sea. Create a chart with two columns. Label one column “Animals” and one column, “Plants.” As you read or listen to the text, take notes on what the narrator observes in the underwater forest.
Complete this 20,000 leagues under the sea inspired worksheet.
Convert between units (customary/metric) based on the title of Jules Verne’s famous book.
On a piece of paper, measure by inches how long these items are: your hand, foot, book, toothbrush, water bottle, pencil, shoe.
Draw/paint an underwater landscape. This can be from your research or your imagination! Think about your use of color, light/shadow, shape, and line to create a scene. Watch this step by step video for drawing and underwater scene.
Create an underwater landscape. Cut out or print of pictures of sea animals. Use crayons or paint to make a underwater scene. Glue your pictures on your scene.
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