About the Book
The Ocean is Full of Wonderful Things is a picture book celebrating the amazing biodiversity of the Australian coast. The paintings by primary school students are supported by photos taken along south west Australian near shore marine environments. These images of our beautiful ocean provide an opportunity to gaze with wonder at what lives just under the water two or three metres from the shore. Have a look, then take your family down to the beach and see what you can find. Tread lightly.
This book links in to Australian Curriculum learning areas of Life Sciences and the Visual Arts for years 3 to 10.
This publication is also available as an ebook for AU$5.36
Features & Details
- Category Children
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Jan 19, 2014
- Language English
- Tags Science., Art, Biology, observing, drawing, painting, Australian-curriculeum, workshop, student, beach, anemone, cnidaria, gastropod, mollusc, crustaceans, phytoplankton, zooplankton, fish, macroinvertebrates, whale, seal, plankton, barnacles, seaweed, algae, seagrass, reef, Australia, learning, conservation, environment, marine, biodiversity, coast, Ocean, benthic species, marine habitat, primary school, sea sponge
Angela Rossen is an artist with over thirty years professional practice painting and exhibiting in Australia and overseas. Her main theme is the the beauty and fragility of the Ocean which she communicates through her works in a range of media. She also presents workshops in schools, creating biodiversity paintings as a way of involving children with the environment and conservation issues in a fun and educational way. Have a look at her website www.angelarossen.com