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Build a Fish

Build a Fish From the famed Shedd Aquarium comes a novel way to learn about fish: build your own. Try lots of combinations of body types, mouth sizes, patterns and colors. After students have designed their perfect fish, they can find out if it would actually survive in the habitat. But don't worry
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Build a Fish


From the famed Shedd Aquarium comes a novel way to learn about fish: build your own. Try lots of combinations of body types, mouth sizes, patterns and colors. After students have designed their perfect fish, they can find out if it would actually survive in the habitat. But don't worry — if one fish doesn't survive, just build another.

Shedd Aquarium

• Lesson Plans • Learning Exercises • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Middle School Elementary School

Glen Terndrup

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