One program can seat up to 99 people; larger groups will be split into two programs.
Where does a red-tailed hawk call home? How about a gopher tortoise? Not only will students find out what types of habitats local wildlife species are found in, but why they live there. An animal’s relationship to its habitat is very important because it must provide them with everything it needs to survive. Meet some live animals and find out what habitats they call home.
[NGSS: SC.(K1).L.14. Organization and Development of Living Organisms]
[NGSS: SC.(15).L.17. Interdependence]
It All Makes Sense
Students will come to their senses in this multidisciplinary program that teaches the biology of the five senses through hands-on science experiments. They will see the color spectrum through prisms, hear sound waves in action, feel the chill of freezing cold liquid nitrogen and more!
[NGSS: SC.(K2).L.14. Organization and Development of Living Organism]
No Bones About It
Without bones, humans would be a formless pile of mushy muscle. Find out how awesome our bones are. Students learn about their form and function and see what professional scientists have learned from them.
[NGSS: SC.(56).L.14. Organization and Development of Living Organisms]