Living Coast Discovery Center

Crawling Crabs

Zoos and Aquariums

Grades: ES (Kindergarten) *

Website:

https://bit.ly/LiivingCoast

 

Contact:
education@thelivingcoast.org

Phone:

(619) 409-5908

* Programs for Kindergarten run
 
30-40 minutes

Come crawl into the world of crabs and other crustacean relatives. Learn about adaptations with fun hands-on exploration. Students will enjoy observing crustacean molts and live crabs. Lesson includes: crabs and lobsters.

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Beaks and Feet (Bird Program)

Zoos and Aquariums

Grades: ES (1st and 2nd Grade)

Website:

https://bit.ly/LiivingCoast

 

Contact:
education@thelivingcoast.org

Phone:

(619) 409-5908

Come soar into the world of birds and find out what structures they have to help them survive. Students will get to experiment with “beaks” and learn to use binoculars. Lesson includes: bird encounter.

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A Shark's Tale

Zoos and Aquariums

Grades: ES (3rd Grade)

Website:

https://bit.ly/LiivingCoast

 

Contact:
education@thelivingcoast.org

Phone:

(619) 409-5908

Students will become shark experts on local species and may even get to meet a shark up-close! This interactive lab teaches students about the many adaptations these top predators have to survive. Lesson includes: shark encounter.

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Something's Fishy (Disections)

Zoos and Aquariums

Grades: ES (4th and 5th Grade)

Website:

https://bit.ly/LiivingCoast

 

Contact:
education@thelivingcoast.org

Phone:

(619) 409-5908

Ewe! That’s one scaly, slimy dissection. Through this fun, interactive lesson, students explore the internal and external parts that help a fish survive its marine habitat. Lesson includes: fish dissection.

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Eat, Don't Get Eaten (Ecology Program)

Zoos and Aquariums

Grades: MS (6th - 8th Grade)

Website:

https://bit.ly/LiivingCoast

 

Contact:
education@thelivingcoast.org

Phone:

(619) 409-5908

This program is a perfect introduction to everything ecology. Come be challenged by the delicate balance of an ecological food web that must overcome disasters, natural and man-made alike. Lesson includes: bird encounter.

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AWE Chemistry!

Zoos and Aquariums

Grades: HS (9th - 12th Grade)

Website:

https://bit.ly/LiivingCoast

 

Contact:
education@thelivingcoast.org

Phone:

(619) 409-5908

Students will visit a local wetland located at the bottom of a watershed. Learn the importance of variables such as salinity, pH, turbidity, and oxygen when it comes to monitoring the health of an ecosystem! Lesson includes: plankton and jelly encounter.

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The Rice Family Foundation | Stephanie Bergsma | Bret Cleveland | Amy Ginnow | Exclusive Wall Covering |
Caryl Lees Witte | Robert and Catherine Palmer

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