Six Senses Bhutan
Six Senses Krabey Island
Six Senses Fiji
Six Senses Fort Barwara
Six Senses Vana
Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali
Six Senses Kanuhura
Six Senses Laamu
Six Senses Samui
Six Senses Yao Noi
Six Senses Con Dao
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay
Six Senses Shaharut
Six Senses Zighy Bay
Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea (Late 2023)
Six Senses Zil Pasyon
Welcome back to Junior Marine Biology online. Thank you so much to everyone who sent through your work last week. We have received some amazing emails from all around the world and they are keeping our lonely marine biologists company. Keep sending through your pictures and feedback to email@example.com.
For this week’s class, all you need is your marine biology logbook and a few items that you can upcycle from around your house. Once you’re ready to get started, go ahead and press play on the first video.
What do you get up to when you visit the seaside? Write down three things that you might do there. Draw a picture of yourself doing one of these activities and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to see it.
Lawrence made Tula the turtle, what animal will you create? Send a photo of your animal to email@example.com. Let us know why you created what you did and how you made it! We can’t wait to learn about your own coast and the different animals that live on it.
We want to learn about coasts all around the world. Answer the questions below to help us learn a bit more about a seaside near you:
You’ve seen Lawrence and Pip conduct a beach profile, now it’s your turn! In the next video, Lawrence will show you how. There are a lot of steps to the experiment in the next video, so feel free to pause it while Lawrence talks and take your time. You’ll need to have this spreadsheet on your screen in front of you to help you with your data and graphs (or you can print it out if that is easier):
Download the excel spreadsheet for your data collection.
Or click here for a google sheet version:
That was a pretty big experiment! We hope you managed to create a beach and measure it. Email your pictures of your beach and report to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where do you think would be the best place to construct buildings on your beach? Is there a lot of erosion (loss of rocks or sand which makes the beach narrower) or accretion (sand deposits which makes the beach wider)?
Thank you so much for joining and we can’t wait to see you next week where Pip will be showing you the wonderful world of corals! Sea you then!
Remember to share what you’ve written, drawn and discovered today by emailing our team at email@example.com or get your parents to tag us on social media @SixSensesLaamu #AtHomeWithSixSenses and #GrowWithSixSenses.
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.