Your students will ♥ this game.
Who doesn't want to pretend to "eat" classmates that have no protective defenses?
Students act out being a predator who is hoping to eat a young or a sick killer whale. While predators wait in the hall each student gets a card that may or may not have a defense to protect them if they are tapped by the predator.
The materials are simple (paper hats, a noisemaker or the ability to snap your fingers). The game is quick. The kids ask to play it often. A great way to review the characteristics of a whale.
Choose from English or Spanish text.
The teaching duration says one hour–that's just the time to present and play the game the first time–we play this game all year long!
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RESOURCES IN OUR STORE FOR MARINE MAMMALS
• An Introduction to Marine Mammals
• All About Marine Mammals
• More About Marine Mammals
• Whale Predator Game
• Whale Review Spinner
• Food Chain Mobile for a Killer Whale
• Life Cycle Mobile for a Killer Whale
• Whale I Have Who Has Game
• Make a Killer Whale Map for Puget Sound
• Make a Killer Whale Map for the US West Coast
• Make a Killer Whale Map for the World