Available for Field Trip Packages 2 & 4
Adventure Aquarium offers a variety of Classroom Lessons for your students, available from grades K - 12. Classroom lessons are 30 minutes in length and are offered Monday - Friday from September 16, 2014 - June 13, 2015 between 10 am - 1:45 pm. Note: classes are not available between December 23 - January 3 and on major holidays.
If you do not see a program that interests you, the Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium staff would be happy to design a program especially for your class. Please call 856.365.1025 or email email@example.com for information regarding this special service.
EXCLUSIVE FOR WINTER 2015!
Key Concepts: Paleontology, Adaptations
Designed to compliment the DINOSAURS OF THE DEEP exhibit, your students will learn about some amazing aquatic fossils and meet an example of a “living fossil” that walks our beaches today! Grades PreK - 8. Available January - June 2015 only.
Grades PreK - K:
Key Concepts: Classification, Organisms, Habitats
Explore the diversity of "animal wrappers" and learn how an animal's covering helps it survive in its environment.
Key Concepts: Adaptations, Organisms
Dive into the fascinating underwater world of unusual and extraordinary fish, from sea horses to sharks!
GRADES 1 - 2:
Key Concepts: Birds, Adaptations, Conservation
Dip into the remarkable world of our feathered friends from the Southern Hemisphere and discover what makes these birds so special! Please note: Live penguins are not included in the class.
LIFE ON THE REEF
Key Concepts: Habitats, Adaptations, Conservation, Symbiosis
Discover how reef animals live together and what makes these habitats so delicate and unique.
WHAT'S YOUR HABITAT
Key Concepts: Habitats, Adaptations, Ecosystems
From the coral reef to the Australian desert; investigate some unique habitats and the amazing adaptations of several live animals.
GRADES 3 - 4:
FOOD WEB FRENZY
Key Concepts: Adaptations, Food Webs, Predator/Prey Relationships
Investigate the complex world of food webs and uncover the amazing relationships between predator and prey!
ENDANGERED AT ADVENTURE
Key Concepts: Conservation, Endangered Species
Learn about what it means to be endangered and meet some of the animals in Adventure Aquarium's collection that need our help.
RESCUE THE REEFS
Key Concepts: Symbiosis, Conservation, Diversity
Over two-thirds of all coral reefs are at risk. Learn about different threats to the reers, and meet some of the animals that call the reef home...and what we can to do protect them all.
GRADES 5 - 8:
Key Concepts: Habitats, Adaptations, Conservation
Discover the incredible diversity of sharks and the amazing characteristics that make these fish the top predators of the world's oceans.
NO BONES ABOUT IT
Key Concepts: Adaptations, Classification, Organisms
Through some amazing live animals, see how having no bones can be an advantage (or disadvantage) for survival.
BUILT FOR CHANGE
Key Concepts: Adaptations, Habitats, Ecosystems
Compare and contrast animal adaptations and how they allow animals to survive our changing environment.
GRADES 9 - 12:
DIVE INTO MARINE CAREERS
Key Concepts: Careers, Marine Biology
Learn about the many and varied occupations found in an aquarium, and see what it takes to care for an animal collection.
SOS: SAVE OUR SHARKS
Key Concepts: Conservation, Bio-diversity
From bycatch to pollution, shark populations are declining faster than they can rebound. Learn about different threats to sharks and check out ways we can help protect this ancient predator.
I AM A SEASTAR!
This class uses imitation to encourage movement, vocalization, and creative thought. Students will be introduced to various marine animals, such as sea turtles, horseshoe crabs, and sea stars, and invited to engage their imaginations by imitating their movements and sounds. This class does involve live animals, some of which students will be invited to touch.
What is the difference between a turtle and a tortoise? How fast is a sea turtle? Can a Snapping Turtle take off its shell? Students will meet a few of our turtles in residence, and have the opportunity to touch some related biofacts. This class uses live animals, with no direct animal contact.
Included in Packages 2 & 4. Click here for pricing info. Limited to 30 students.