Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Coral Reef Gems of Biodiversity - Section 4: Explanation/ Construct Possible Reasons


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Coral Reef Gems of Biodiversity

Unit 4: The Wonderful Biodiversity of Life
Lesson 7 of 17

Objective: The SWBAT construct a reason to back up data of why their are more reptiles than any class of animal in the coral reef.

Big Idea: "Gems of Biodiversity" is a great visual tool to help children grasp the idea of biodiversity of coral reefs. It can also be used to help the children understand relationships and as a springboard for an exercise in reasoning.

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Science, second grade, coral reef, reptiles, biodiversity
  50 minutes
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