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]
The Human Body Machine
The Human body is a marvelous natural machine. From the nervous system, to the digestive system, to our muscles, bones and hearts, learn how each of our major body systems work together to make us move!
[NGSS: SC.(5-6).L.14 Organization and Development of Living Organisms]
Carbon and the Food Chain
By studying the organic chemistry of common species, we can see how all of northeast Florida’s flora and fauna are connected by the food chain in ways both big and microscopic.
[NGSS: SC.7.L.17.1, SC.8.L.18.1, and SC.8.L.18.3 Organization and Development of Living Organisms]
St. Johns River Taxi Boat Tours
During Fridays in the Fall of 2019, River Boat Tours are available for school groups! Tour times are 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., and 1 p.m. One tour may accommodate up to 85 visitors maximum. Smaller groups can be combined onto one trip, while larger groups may be split into multiple tour times.
A $500 flat-rate will be charged for boat tours. Boat tours will only be scheduled for groups also visiting MOSH.