This is a print and digital science interactive notebook resource that uses Google Slides. There are 10 interactive activities with 2 readings related to air and sea interactions. These activities are perfect for an Oceanography, Marine Science or Earth Space Science class with no prep! These can be used as online stations, an activity for early finishers, homework or for review in the classroom. Perfect for online learning or in person instruction!
Students will practice vocabulary skills, make real-world connections, research independently, understand/label visual representations and review concepts.
One slide also includes a reading comprehension article that can help students complete many of the slides.
The activities include either drag and drop or short answer text. See the preview to get a better idea of how each slide works.
The slides and print version are not editable. An answer key is included in the PDF as well as the Google Slides link.
⭐Vocabulary (gyres, thermocline, Coriolis Effect, oscillations, Ekman Spiral, Upwelling, Downwelling)
⭐ Labeling layers of the atmosphere
⭐ Understanding the Coriolis Effect
⭐Labeling the 5 subtropical gyres and understanding how they work
⭐Upwelling and it’s benefits to marine ecosystems
⭐1 reading with questions on El Nino
⭐1 reading about the “Friendly Floaties” incident in 1992, plotting locations where the rubber bath toys were found and estimating which surface currents brought them there
*Please note that this is not an editable resource*