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Results 31 thru 40 of 80 total resources.

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Sand
Look closely to see the different patterns in the sand. (Keywords: beach, water, minerals)
32.  Image
Clam
A single clam sitting on the sand. (Keywords: ocean, beach, marine life)
Curriculum: Science
33.  Image
Palm Tree on Beach
Palm tree against the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean and beach. (Keywords: water, people, tourists)
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Kelp on Beach
Kelp on the beach looks like it is alive and crawling across the sand. The crystals in the sand are moving with the kelp. (Keywords: plants, ocean)
Curriculum: Science
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Kelp Pointing
Kelp in the sand looks like it is pointing the way. (Keywords: sea, plants, beach)
Curriculum: Science
36.  Image
Kalalau Beach
Kayakking alone in Kalalau Beach in Kauai
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science, Physical Education
37.  Image
Anini Beach in Kauai
Beautiful sunrise on Anini Beach in Kauai, Hawaii
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
38.  Image
View from the Point
Group of friends watching the waves on a beach in Mexico
39.  Image
Roxie and Cleo
Two pit bull (mother and daughter) dogs playing on the beach in Mexico
40.  Image
Mouth of the River
Center wave shows where the mouth of the river flows into the ocean in Mexico


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Osceola High School - Pinellas, Florida







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