OCEANS WEEK

MAY 18 - MAY 22 2020

Virtual Ocean’s Week

Check out the schedule below for links and access information for all events throughout the week. 

The Ocean's Week folder in the Farallone View Drive folder holds all the activities and supplemental information for the week. Participation in some of the activities will be entered in a raffle: 

TK/1: Nature Hunt

2nd/3rd: California Coastal Creature Word Search

4th/5th: California Seabird Colony Critical Thinking (See document in Drive for details) 

All Grades: Seabird Scavenger Hunt

Email completed activity to FVOCEANWEEK@GMAIL.COM with name and grade in the subject line for your chance to win a $10 gift card to Ink Spell Books!

Monday

Shell Cleave from Sea Hugger will read her new book, The Littlest Sea Hugger, for the Farallone View community to enjoy. We are also getting an exclusive debut of a brand new program Sea Hugger is launching.

Stay tuned for Access Information

Tuesday

Watch Ms. Kaia’s Bird Beak Activity and participate in a study of bird beak adaptations at home.

Stay tuned for Access Information

ALSO Watch ‘Microplastic Madness’ if you haven’t been able to. The final viewing window is from 12 to 7PM.

Wednesday

Artist, author and naturalist Caren Loebel-Fried introduces students to the amazing Albatross, their fun personalities and shows some the challenges they are currently facing. Q&A with Caren will follow using the typed question Q&A function of Crowdcast.

Link: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/xuoa17lx

Password: Albatross!

Thursday

Cafeteria Culture, the organization presenting ‘Microplastic Madness’ will join live to answer questions collected from all the classes.

Take a moment to watch the video shared with the school by parent Lt. Jake Marks.

Coast Guard Rescue

Friday

Long time Ocean’s Week presenter will bring their Seabird Family Workshop to Farallone View virtually. Join in Google Meets. 

Meeting ID

meet.google.com/fhb-qowr-gxm

Phone Numbers

(‪US‬)‪+1 413-729-2581‬

PIN: ‪488 211 496#‬ 

All Week

Decorate your window or chalk your driveway with an ocean theme for the community to enjoy while out walking around the neighborhood.