SeaRescue, Volume 1, Episode 11,Turtle Travels

Sam Champion SeaRescue Litton Entertainment“Turtle Travels”, season 1, episode 1, finds our host Sam Champion discussing some unusual destinations for endangered turtles. Some species featured include Kemp’s Ridley, Olive Ridley, and Green Sea Turtles. One ends up 5,000 miles from home! Plus, two other turtles get caught in a current and need the help of dedicated animal rescuers to get home again.

Please use this free download, Turtle Travels, which includes the following subjects: vocabulary, geography, species spotlight, math, etc. An art project on this episode will be posted in the coming weeks. Need the answer key? Please post a comment with your email address.

This download is free, but is to be used only for classroom or homeschool use in its original form. Please do not resell in any form or copy content. There is no charge to use, however if it is a benefit to you, consider donating either to the SeaWorld Busch Gardens Conservation fund, my Polar Plunge page, or one of the other charities linked on my blog. Thank you!


2 thoughts on “SeaRescue, Volume 1, Episode 11,Turtle Travels

  1. Is it supposed to be season 1, episode 1?? love this stuff 🙂 will you post more? I get your posts on facebook

    • It’s Season 1, Episode 11, not 1. I wish I had all the episodes on DVR, but I don’t. I started on that one because we watched it… oh maybe 15 times or so! I’d love to do one for each, and plan on it if there is interest. It takes about 10-15 hours to do one (fact checking, creating, typesetting, testing on others, watching and re-watching to get the right questions). I have an art project for this one as well that I’ll be posting as soon as I can. Thanks, Jenni!

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