Ocean Rescue Video
- toy ocean animals
- sensory table, baking pan or cookie sheet, tote or tub, plastic pool (outside),
- cocoa powder or oatmeal
- smocks or aprons (optional)
- brushes, old toothbrushes
- water (optional)
- more miscellaneous items representing pollution such as beads, pom poms, etc.
rescue from ice
- bin or containers to freeze toy ocean animals in
- plastic plate/bowl
- eye dropper
- warm water
Lisa goes over some fun ideas for activities related to rescuing ocean animals.
Pollution Sensory Table
- mix items together in container
- provide brushes to help clean and save animals
Rescue Marine Animals from Ice
- freeze ocean animal toys in container of water
- use warm water, salt, spoon and/or eye droppers to free the animals.
Lisa discusses an alternative Weather Chart for younger children and including singing "What's the Weather" for the program.
- A Humpback Whale Tale by Justin Spelvin (Nick Jr.: Go Diego Go!)
- Turtle Tug to the Rescue by Michael Slack
- CSLP manual: Early Literacy, pages 172, 189
- What's the Weather Chart