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Email your worksheets, pictures, ideas and discoveries to the Maldives Underwater Initiative team at email@example.com. We can’t wait to hear from you, it’s awfully lonely here in Laamu! We also want the world to see your beautiful photos so when mum or dad upload them to social media make sure they tag @SixSensesLaamu, #AtHomeWithSixSenses and #GrowWithSixSenses!
This week all you will need is a notebook, some coloring pencils and make sure the worksheet (after the first video) is downloaded and printed before. Once you’re ready to get started, go ahead and press play on the first video!
We love to use the shape of Laamu atoll in our art. Have a go at coloring in the atoll and adding some extra features. We turned Laamu into a turtle, but you can make it whatever you want it to be! What does it look like to you?
Download the coloring in worksheet
As Lawrence said, during these sessions, we are going to be scientists. But what does science mean to you and how do you become a scientist? (It might be a good idea to get a notebook which you can use as your marine biology logbook for this course).
For our final activity this week, you’re going to do your own experiment at home! What’s something you want to figure out? Maybe it’s how many birds you can see from your window? Or who in your family is the strongest (make sure everyone wants to participate first!)? Or what’s the best paper plane design? Come up with any experiment you like! Use this guide to help you come up with your experiment and remember to write everything down:
Thank you for a great first lesson. Share what you’ve written, drawn and discovered today by emailing our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or tagging us on social media @SixSensesLaamu, #AtHomeWithSixSenses and #GrowWithSixSenses.
See you next week where we’ll be exploring our island and learning about all the marine life that lives on and around it!
Boo! We’re back with a super special spooky episode of Junior Marine Biology for Halloween. During this one off episode we’ll discover all the fantastically terrifying creatures that lurk below the surface and make our own scary marine stories.