Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology

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I thought I'd give some glimpses into our homeschooling / unschooling,
natural-learning process. Here's one of our educational visits to the aquarium.

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
Mikko talked with this tidepool helper for ages and asked him
every aquatic question he could think of. I love that homeschooling
doesn't mean we don't get to approach the experts for info!

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
Mikko really dug the sea cucumbers.
We were shocked to find out starfish eat sponges, though.
Patrick, noooooo!

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
We finally scored an activity backpack they have available during the off-season for homeschoolers and other nerds. It was fun!

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
The boys assemble their felt fish while we learn about the parts.

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
Mikko teaches us fish can never have too many parts.

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
Attack!

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
Next on the agenda: Hide-and-seek fishies!

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
Spot a fish in the tropical tanks and pop it in your net.

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama
Mikko and I found it challenging, but Alrik got them all.
(I think he cheated.)

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama

Wordless Wednesday: Marine biology == Hobo Mama

Do your kids love the aquarium?



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8 comments:

Shere said...

great! it's very educational and amusing at the same time. Love the little red crab. How do you called it in English?

shere y paul

stevebethere said...

Oh! that looked like a lot of fun for them they seemed to be enjoying it :-)

pixiedusk said...

Weve been to one near here but he is so young then. I think its time that we go back but it is a bit not in our budget.

Jessica Fiorillo said...

What a cool place! Looks like the boys had great fun! :)

indah nuria Savitri said...

love to see those tidepools and have fuun...I bet there are so many interesting creatures that kids love to see..We have SeaWorld as well here ...cheers from Indonesia..

Mrsteeh said...

What amazing fun and learning!

Erin Yuki Violet said...

@Shere
They are called Hermit Crabs :)

Melissa Lawrence said...

Lots of learning and adventure going on there. Well done!

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