Play the Reef Game!
Revive your reef by pinning corals, fish and other reef animals on a devastated reef background. You need a metallic clip board/chart where you fix the devastated reef background to; you may want to adjust its size to your board's size when printing it (download ready to print file, see below).
Then you need as many magnetic clamps as you want creatures in your reef (download ready to print reef creatures, see below). Cut out the corals and reef creatures and fix them on the clamps; we use double-sided adhesive tape instead of glue. Ready to go!
You may want to play the game just as it is, enhance the gaming level by introducing the different animal groups (corals, grazing fish, predatory fish, anemonies, and more; download ready to print list, see below) or do it as a 'blind man's buff' game :-)
- Devastated reef background
- Corals and reef creatures to re-populate the devastated reef
- List of corals and reef creatures
Would you like to know more about corals and reefs?
You can learn more about coral reefs with our short educational lesson compiled in a presentation: Do you know corals? and additional information, including book suggestions and links, please see below!
Lost Cities - an Interactive Documentary
Watch this amazing interactive documentary about coral reefs, produced by CaracanLab and Ruth Gates. It reveals the hidden lives of corals - from the stunning, rarely-seen inner world of a single coral to the massive reef structures viewable from space. The documentary is based on 13 short films that can be watched in any order.
EncounterEdu provides school materials that are fitted to US and UK school standards, they may be used in a more freely context for any school lesson: Coral live &Teaching Materials.
Get to know our Coral Heroes and join them on their adventures on the reefs of Towabonga!
You can read this educational Comic in 8 languages!