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Looking for something exciting for Google Classroom? This project
based learning unit focuses on the study of the megalodon.
Students will love using this interactive resource to explore the
prehistoric shark with big teeth. To gain a deeper understanding of
the shark, there are slides with links to carefully selected

The fearsome megalodons with the giant teeth
capture students’ attention. These predators fed on large animals such
as whales. They lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago.

Did these huge sharks become extinct? Or do they still exist in the hidden depths of the oceans?

1. Interesting Facts.

2. How big did Megalodons get?

3. How do we know?

4. Interesting Facts about Giant Tooth.

5. I find Megalodons fascinating because. . .

6. Do Megalodons Still Exist?

7. Extinct Animals That Turned Out To Be Alive.

8. Are Megalodons too huge to stay hidden?

9. What would Megalodons eat if they lived deep down in the sea?

10. What does it mean that all the megalodons teeth we find are millions of years old?

11. My Verdict about Megalodons.

12. Story Writing – The Day I met a Megalodon

13. What I have learned.

What do I receive?

This product is an online resource.

What do I need?

resource works great with laptops, iPads, and Chromebooks. If
using iPads, the Google Slides app will give you the best

How do I use?

paperless resource can be used independently, with partners, in
small groups, and even whole group as a class lesson. It can be used
in Science Centers.


If you have any questions or issues with this resource, please feel free to email me at [email protected]

I will be happy to try to help you!

IMPORTANT: These are digital resources, so please only purchase this resource if you have the capabilities in your classroom to use it. You need resources such as computers, laptops, or tablets, Internet access, and a Google account.

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