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Great Barrier Reef Fun Activities for Kids

February 13, 2009


To prepare for the best job in the world as caretaker on Hamilton Island, Queensland, Australia, the other day the redheaded boy and I scoured the internet for videos, games, and informational sites about the Great Barrier Reef and sea creatures in general. A search on the National Geographic site offered up this maze as well as the following links. We hope you enjoy checking these links out!!

Print and Play a Great Barrier Reef Maze–National Geographic

Parents: Help your child print and play a maze that features native animals found
along Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Kids Home, Little Kids, Kids TV, Explorer – 17k – 2008-05-06Cached

National Geographic Explorer (Student Magazine) – Online

Great Barrier Reef Australia’s giant coral reef is home to some fascinating creatures.
Pay them a virtual visit. Scavenger Hunt Start the Adventure. – 15k – 2005-03-31Cached

Zipper’s Great Barrier Grrr-eef — National Geographic Kids

Navigate Australia’s Great Barrier Reef with Zipper. How many bones can
you collect? In order to bring you the best possible user – 26kCached

G’Day Mates! – Global Bros – National Geographic Kids

Hamilton Island is near the Great Barrier Reef. Half The next day we woke
up early to go on a boat to the Great Barrier Reef. The – 40kCached

Australia – Global Bros – National Geographic Kids

off wires, and a good night’s sleep, we headed out the next day to take a boat to
a place called Reef World, which is right on part of the Great Barrier Reef. – 41kCached
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Cool Vacation Destinations — National Geographic Kids

Go diving in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. 1: Great Barrier Reef, Australia Awesome
Sight Colors of the coral reef, as if a box of 120 crayons exploded. – 42kCached

National Geographic Explorer (Student Magazine) – Teachers

Back to Top CORAL REEFS National Geographic Sights & Sounds: Great Barrier Reef
Dive into Australia’s Great Barrier Reef with a National Geographic photographer – 32k – 2005-03-31Cached

Hands-On Explorer Trip Blog – National Geographic Kids: Departure

Saturday, July 19, 2008. Photo From the Plane. Posted By 2008 Kids Expedition
Team. The Great Barrier Reef from the air, approaching Cairns. – 41kCached

Hands-On Explorer Trip Blog – National Geographic Kids

The Great Barrier Reef: Low Isles are a small group of islands in the Great
Barrier Reef that we’re all happy the ocean created. – 54kCached

Hands-On Explorer Trip Blog – National Geographic Kids

5 Comments leave one →
  1. poeticgrin permalink
    February 13, 2009 7:03 pm

    Well, I think you are clearly the most qualified and most-prepared individual for the job.

  2. February 14, 2009 6:20 am

    Well, yes, we’ve always known you were the most qualified and most prepared person for the job… now we have confirmation that you are the coolest mom, too.

    I love how you involve the boy in all your endeavors. :-)

  3. February 14, 2009 6:21 am

    P.S. I figured out the photo thing! Doh! I kept missing one little button at the bottom that says to put the photo in the post.


  4. February 14, 2009 3:43 pm

    thanks, Bryan and Danika!

    working on the video this weekend–very exciting!

    congrats, Danika, on getting the photo thing figured out! knew you would–looking forward to seeing your pics! (hey I thought you were on vacation somewhere remote?)

  5. October 15, 2013 6:38 pm

    Print and Play, first link seems to be very fun. I will love to enjoy this with my little brother (:

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