We found 31 resources with the concept echolocation
Sonar & EcholocationLesson Planet
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
A well-designed, comprehensive, and attractive slide show supports direct instruction on how sonar and echolocation work. Contained within the slides are links to interactive websites and instructions for using apps on a mobile device to...
How Whales Breathe, Communicate... and Fart with Their FacesLesson Planet
6 mins 4th - 8th
Dr. Joy Reidenberg is an expert in comparative anatomy, but also quite relatable to preteens! Here, she lectures on echolocation by likening it to "farting with the face!" She explains with film, actual whale voice recordings, diagrams,...
These Whispering, Walking Bats Are Onto SomethingLesson Planet
4 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Over millions of years, bats developed flight and echolocation, so why are some bats now walking to look for food? An interesting video explains the changes in predator and prey relationships due to adaptation. Which adaptation is the...
Amazing Facts About Whales!Lesson Planet
7 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The blue whale is the largest creature ever to have lived on Earth. Scholars explore the world of these cetaceans, see how whales evolved, explore their characteristics, listen to their communication, and learn about their diet.
Plumbing the Deep-Using Sound Waves to SeeLesson Planet
3rd - 5th
Students explore and learn about the concept of echolocation. For this echolocation lesson, students explore how animals and engineers use echolocation (seeing under water) and sound waves to look and hear things under the deep water.
Bats: Guardians of the NightLesson Planet
5 mins 6th - 12th
A single bat can eat 8,000 mosquitoes in one night. These fascinating and wonderful creatures help to control the insect population, plant seeds, and are some of the most harmless animals on Earth. Though often misunderstood, bats need a...