Under the Sea Questions


This week, Room 8 decided that for our science topic inquiry this term, they would like to learn about life under the sea. We kicked off the topic study with lots of fantastic questions:
  • Are mermaids real?
  • Are sea monsters real?
  • Are shipwrecks under the sea?
  • What is on the bottom of the sea?
  • How does water go in the sea?
  • Why is the water blue?
  • Why is the water salty?
  • Why doesn't water go through the sand?
  • How do things float in the sea?
  • How does seaweed grow?
  • How does seaweed come on the beach?
  • Is coral colourful?
  • What does fan coral look like?
  • What does coral look like?
  • How are seashells made?
  • How do we travel under the sea?
  • How do sea animals see underwater?
  • What is the biggest animal under the water?
  • What do sharks eat?
  • What do crabs look like?
  • How do fish move?
  • How do sea animals swim so fast?
  • Can sea animals swim backwards?
  • How do starfish move?
  • How to jellyfish move?
  • Why do whales and dolphins come up to breathe?
  • How do whales breathe under water? 
  • How do jellyfish breathe?
  • How do dolphins jump?

Room 8

Room 8 is a Year 1 and 2 class at Hampden Street School in Nelson, New Zealand.

4 comments:

  1. Love it, great brainstorming Room8, you guys are champions of thinking!

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  2. Love it, great brainstorming Room8, you guys are champions of thinking!

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  3. I will be amazed and it will be fun.
    from arlo

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  4. I would be interested to know how many different types of sharks there are. From Anice

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