Thursday, May 31, 2012

TOS CREW Review- Dive Into Your Imagination

The Dive Into Your Imagination series entertains and educates children about the amazing natural world in the oceans.  I received Dive Into Your Imagination's : What Makes a Fish a Fish.... an awesome DVD and PDF Teacher's guide from Annie Crawley.  Annie Crawley traveled the world as an underwater photographer, dive instructor and boat captain for more than 15 years.  Annie wants children and their parents to fall in love with all the animals of the sea, because we protect what we love.
 Both K4 and Tot School were very excited to test out this fun DVD... and I incorporated it into our Sea Life Unit. (Which we concluded with a trip to the Aquarium)....
This DVD was so good- it was like being right up next to the fish...the children were immediately engaged with this series. I cannot wait to purchase the other DVD's in this series: Who Lives in the Sea and Dive into Diversity. 
What Makes a Fish a Fish? contains 8 different segments.
  1. What Makes a Fish a Fish
  2. Sea Anemones and Their Friends
  3. Hide and Seek on the Reef
  4. Frogfish are Funny Looking Fish
  5. Bath Time for Fishes
  6. Don’t Be Afraid of Sharks
  7. Dinner Time for Fish
  8. Fishes, Fishes, More and More Fishes
Direct from the DVD: What Makes a Fish a Fish?  "teaches children about astounding fish from around the world. How do fish take a bath? Learn the truth about sharks. Play hide and seek on the reef. The underwater realm provides boundless opportunities for parents to learn and laugh with their children. An upbeat original score celebrates the ocean and brings it to life."

The Educator PDF guides that we received were choc full of information.... our guide had 298 pages! 

The price of the DVD is $19.95 and the PDF form of the teacher’s guide is $69.95 For the months of May and June, shipping is FREE!!! 

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Disclosure: I received a DVD and corresponding  educators guides for free in order to write this review. I was not compensated for this review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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