I drew my ocean environment. you first pretend you an animal in the ocean. then draw your habitat on a piece of paper. look at my drawing below.
I drew a main idea and a supporting detail chart. I’m just telling you an example to teach you and your children about a main idea and a supporting detail. for example the main idea is: “cheetahs are the fastest animals on land because they have special traits”. now the supporting details will tell what makes a cheetah run so fast. so now we are going to write the supporting details: “long muscular legs, claws that grip the ground and long tails that help them turn”. so the main idea is the main sentence. and the supporting detail backs up the main idea. check out my drawing below so that you can get a clear idea in your mind.
if any one of you are doing study on reading and writing then I hope you find this useful.
oceans! you cant even imagine that how deep are they.
SUBHAANALLAAH! they look so beautiful. there are three zones in the ocean. the first one is the sunlight zone. which is the zone in which the sun’s light reaches in this zone. this is why many plants and animals live here. the second zone is the twilight zone which is a little darker than the sunlight zone. fewer plants and animals live here. the third zone is the midnight zone. very very few plants and animals live here. I made a drawing of the three zones. the bright blue is the sunlight zone, the dark blue is the twilight zone, and the black one is the mid night zone. just look at my drawing and figure out how dark the midnight zone is. and how bright the sunlight zone is. look at my drawing below.
I hope you find this drawing useful in your ocean study.