Learn about ocean fish through the eyes of a scuba diver with this wonderful non-fiction elementary ocean science book for children.
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Using Non-Fiction Books to Teach Elementary Science
This year my 8-year-old has been learning all about ocean fish thanks to Tam Warner Minton. This avid scuba diver created a series of books about the fish you find in the ocean, complete with beautiful photographs.
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Learn About Ocean Fish from a Scuba Diver
What do you think of when you think about ocean fish? I picture flying fish, puffer fish, and the colorful fish you find tourists photograph during shallow scuba dives in coral reefs.
What Kind of Fish Are In This Book?
You do see the standard beautiful fish.
But you also see some really fascinating fish!
Colorful photos are matched with fun facts.
Anna found the seahorse facts and photos especially fascinating. There is a ton of variety in the seahorse world! And did you know that there are pipefish? How about scorpionfish and trumpet fish? This book includes photos of all of these fish!
How Is This Book Different From All Fish Faces?
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I hope your kids enjoy this book as much as 8-year-old Anna has!
What questions would you ask a scuba diver about ocean fish if you could?
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