S.E.A. Aquarium Educator Resources

Stay connected with S.E.A. Aquarium and our animals as you explore the ocean and discover more about its inhabitants through our resources designed for use by educators in their learning spaces. Not only are the lesson plans and activities in these resources created with school syllabuses in mind, the strong marine focus aims to deepen the learners’ interest and understanding towards the oceans and their significance to the environment and all living things.

The resources are sorted by the recommended age groups and academic levels. They will serve as great resources for both full-time educators, for use in home-based or classroom learning, and parents who homeschool their children. These resources are highly recommended for use before or after learning journeys at the S.E.A. Aquarium to supplement or extend the students’ learning experience.

Find out more about S.E.A.A. learning journeys specially arranged for you. We look forward to seeing you soon at S.E.A. Aquarium!

Pin The Fin

Let’s Pin The Fins!

How does a fish move? Does it fly, crawl, or hop? 

This resource guides educators in engaging little ones to discover what a fish is and its body parts, in particular the fins, through a sing-along and a story of How Does A Fish Move. Children can reinforce their learning through a Let’s Pin The Fins! follow-up activity. 

 


I Spy with my Fishie Eye

I Spy With My Fishie Eye

This resource is designed for educators to engage and encourage young learners to explore and recognise various marine animals and their unique characteristics! They will exercise their numeracy, colour, and shape recognition skills while having fun searching for the animals!

 

Healthy Ocean Starts with you

S.E.A. Aquarium: A Healthy Ocean Starts With You

Educators and parents can motivate children to take action for the ocean by co-creating or realising ideas to protect marine animals and their homes! 

Resources include a specially designed poster and various activities to help children think critically and encourage them to play a part in keeping our ocean healthy.

 

Check back again for Educator Resources for primary and secondary levels!

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