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Fishes con't.

Grandma will finish the unit on fish in Book (57) here. She will next give you the Unit on Oceans which she have given first. She has a unit on bugs; one on ants; and one on butterflies all in Book (57). Then Book (57) has a unit on clowns and space for June and July so watch for them. Following is the rest of the fish:

"A Tale of Travel

Many aspects of the incredible migration and breeding habits of the European eel remain a mystery to science. Adult European eels live in fresh water for a time, Then they move toward the sea and change into saltwater fishes. Their color changes to silver and their eyes get larger. Then they migrate more than 3000 miles across the atlantic to their spawning grounds in the Sargasso Sea. When the larva hatch, they are aided by ocean currents in their three-year jouney across the Atlantic to the coast of Europe. When they arrive, they change into baby eels and make their way upstream into European rivers, where they live as freshwater adult eels.
Write a fictional account of the eels' travels and adventures. What attractions might they stop to see? Salt Disney World? Whale National Park complete with spouting "geysers?" Where do the eels spend the night? Motel 6? Where do they stop to eat? At an oyster bar? Write about the itinerary for the whole migration.

Clowning Around
Grandma will finish the unit on fish in Book (57) here. She will next give you the Unit on Oceans which she have given first. She has a unit on bugs; one on ants; and one on butterflies all in Book (57). Then Book (57) has a unit on clowns and space for June and July so watch for them. Following is the rest of the fish:

"A Tale of Travel

Many aspects of the incredible migration and breeding habits of the European eel remain a mystery to science. Adult European eels live in fresh water for a time, Then they move toward the sea and change into saltwater fishes. Their color changes to silver and their eyes get larger. Then they migrate more than 3000 miles across the Atlantic to their spawning grounds in the Sargasso Sea. When the larva hatch, they are aided by ocean currents in their three-year jouney across the Atlantic to the coast of Europe. When they arrive, they change into baby eels and make their way upstream into European rivers, where they live as freshwater adult eels.
Write a fictional account of the eels' travels and adventures. What attractions might they stop to see? Salt Disney World? Whale National Park complete with spouting "geysers?" Where do the eels spend the night? Motel 6? Where do they stop to eat? At an oyster bar? Write about the itinerary for the whole migration.

Clowning Around

Sea anemones have sting cells along ther tentacles that are used to kill the small creatures they eat. A small, brightly-colored fish called the clown fish, however, is able to swim freely near the sea anemone. The mucous coat cavering the clown fish is different from that of other fishes and does not trigger the sea anemone's sting cells. Thus, the clown fish attracts fish for the sea anemone to consume but is protected from predators that cannot swim safely near the sea anemone.
Write about an underwater circus and/or carnival complete with clown fish, lionfish tamer, prancing sea horses, dogfish tricks, a swardfish swallower, and elephant seals.

School Days
Grunion are small fish with unusual spawning habits. Schools of grunion strand themselves on the beach after high tide on nights following a full or new moon. The female quickly lays about 3000 eggs in the sand, the male fertilizes them, and then the adults are carried back into the ocean with the next wave. The eggs are left behind, hidden in the sand. They hatch two weeks later when they are jostled around and carried out to sea by the waves of the next high tide.
Write about school for the grunions or any other fish that swim in schools. What is a typical...school ...like? What school supplies are needed? What subjects are studied? Do pre-schoolers learn the "elverbet" (an elver is one name for a baby eel)
Sea anemones have sting cells along ther tentacles that are used to kill the small creatures they eat. A small, brightly-colored fish called the clown fish, however, is able to swim freely near the sea anemone. The mucous coat cavering the clown fish is different from that of other fishes and does not trigger the sea anemone's sting cells. Thus, the clown fish attracts fish for the sea anemone to consume but is protected from predators that cannot swim safely near the sea anemone.
Write about an underwater circus and/or carnival complete with clown fish, lionfish tamer, prancing sea horses, dogfish tricks, a swardfish swallower, and elephant seals.

School Days
Grunion are small fish with unusual spawning habits. Schools of grunion strand themselves on the beach after high tide on nights following a full or new moon. The female quickly lays about 3000 eggs in the sand, the male fertilizes them, and then the adults are carried back into the ocean with the next wave. The eggs are left behind, hidden in the sand. They hatch two weeks later when they are jostled around and carried out to sea by the waves of the next high tide.
Write about school for the grunions or any other fish that swim in schoools. What is a typical...school ...like? What school supplies are needed? What subjects are studied? Do pre-schoolers learn the "elverbet" (an elver is one name for a baby eel)? Do older children take Fish Hooks 501? What extracurricular activities are offered? Baseball played with a pearl? Spanfish Club? Write about any school-related topics you can think of, such as report cards, lunch, and recess.

(following is a math page)


                  "Addition" al Fish Fact Fun

Solve each problem. Then fill in the letter of the answer that matches each puzzle space.

   A  37+48 =                        G  78+18 =                   N  71+19 =             T  19+58 =
   B  15+29 =                        H  63+28 =                   O  69+29 =             U  65+29 =
   D  66+16 =                         I   14+67 =                   P  25+48 =             Y  57+19 =
   E  26+69 =                        L   52+18 =                   R  43+19 =
   F  49+26 =                        M  36+27 =                   S  17+57 =

1. This fish can leap out of the water and thenoar above the sea using its large pectoral fins.
    These fins can have a span of more than twenty feet from one tip to the other. A loud,
    thunderous clap can be heard when this creature's 3000-pound body reenters the ocean. The
    leaps are a good way to escape enemies and shake off parasites.

                        ____ ____ ____ ____ ____           ____ ____ ____
                         63     85    90     77    85               62    85     76

2. The eggs, blood, and some of the body organs of this fish contain a poison which is deadly to
    humans, yet the flesh can be eaten and is considered a delicacy in Japan. Those who eat this
    fish are putting their lives in the hands of a fugu cook. During preparation, the specially-trained
    cook must take special precautions against contamining the flesh with the poisonous parts.


              ____ ____ ____ ____ ____         ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____
                82    95    85     77     91            73    94     75     75    95     62

3. Because its body structure is so rigid, this fish moves very slowly through the water. It uses its
    prehensile tail to hang onto coral and plants so it doesn't drift far out to sea. The female
    deposits her eggs in the male's pouch. The young remain in the pouch until they are well-
    developed.


                             ____ ____ ____        ____ ____ ____ ____ ____
                               74    95    85            91     98    62    74     95

4. When larger fish are bothered by small animals clinging to their bodies and feeding on their
    blood, this little fish comes to the rescue. It performs a valuable cleaning service by eating the
    parasites which are a nuisance to other fish.


              ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____        ____ ____ ____ ____
                44    85    62     44     95    62            75    81     74    91

5. Because this fish lives at depths where no light penetrates, it carries its own bioluminescent
    light at the end of a "rod" which it uses to attract prey. Since it can be difficult to find a mate in
    dark water when needed, the female, which grows to about  four feet, carries the small 2 to 3-inch
    male along with her. He uses his jaws to fasten onto her body. Then his blood supply becomes
    connected to hers, and he depends on her completely for nourishment and oxygen.


    ___ ____ ____ ____-____ ____ ____          ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___ ____ ____ ____
      82  95    95     73     74    95    85              85     90    96     70    95     62    75   81       74    91

(more pages to come)              

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