At Your School Programs
What is a crab? How do crabs survive? Where do crabs live?
Students will learn about crabs through different interactive activities including crab dress-up, games, songs, and scientific observation of live crabs. Group size: minimum 12, maximum 24. Length: 45 minutes.
The program is offered for Kindergarten - 3rd grades.
What does it take to be a successful seabird? How do they survive in such a harsh environment?
Students will learn about local seabirds, build a marine food web, learn about adaptations of marine birds and discuss ways that they can have a positive effect on the ocean and its ecosystems. Group size: minimum 12, maximum 36. Length: one hour.
The program is offered for grades 3 to 5.
Bring this exciting program on shark biology to your school.
Explore the myth and reality of sharks from around the world. Discover the unique daptations, diverse forms and lifestyles of sharks through hands-on artifacts and activities. Group size: minimum 12, maximum 36. Length: 60 minutes.
The program is offered for grades 4-6.
Cost for programs given in the same visit:
1 program: $85 per program
2 programs: $60/program ($120 total)
3 programs: $55/program
Please note: mileage fees may apply.
Contact: Christy Walker, Education Specialist, at (650) 497-4040 (if prompted, extension 202)