Seaquaria in your Classroom.

Our classroom programs are designed to inspire and support responsible and informed environmental stewards and citizen scientists. Students are encouraged to interact with their environment in respectful and novel ways. 

Seaquaria in your Classroom comes in a multi-series program, the Salish Sea Safari, and in short form programs that run between 1.5 to 2 hours. We offer our short form programs in the classroom, virtually, and on field trips.

Each program can accommodate 1 class with up to 28 students. 

Bookable Dates

Until January 31, 2023, we are available to deliver programs on:

  • Mondays,
  • Tuesday afternoons,
  • Thursdays, and
  • Friday afternoons

Use the link below to book or email us at education@seaquaria.org

 

Salish Sea Safari

Students will explore the world of marine life in this six-session program, which covers six different marine phyla: Porifera, Cnidaria, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Arthropoda, and Chordata.

Each session includes a brief interactive presentation on each phylum, as well as hands-on activities with our animal ambassadors. Each activity reinforces the lesson from that session while also getting them excited about what they’ll learn next week!

Are you a Seaquaria in Schools or Stream to Sea participant? You get a discount and priority for registration!

Please note, the Salish Sea Safari is in place of our Seaquaria in Schools program, which is on hiatus for 2022 to 2023. 

Cost: $500 + GST

Stream to Sea

Seaquaria is offering salmon and watershed education under DFO’s Stream to Sea program. Follow the link below to learn to more about: 

Classroom Incubation Program 

Storm Drain Marking

Salmon and Watershed Presentations  

Click here for  Stream to Sea offerings.

Sensational Sea

Sensational Sea introduces students to marine invertebrates, seaweed and fish species on our coast. Through hands-on exploration, students are able to experience the incredible biodiversity that the Pacific Northwest has to offer! Meet an animal that takes its stomach out of its body to eat lunch, and another that swims without any fins!

 

Cost: $200 plus GST

 

Classification Relations

Classification Relations introduces students to the marine invertebrate species on our coast. Students will interact with and compare animals from different phyla to understand how they are adapted to their habitat and what makes each phylum unique.

 

 

Cost: $200 plus GST

Ask a Seaquarist!

Have a burning question? Let your students pick our brains about a variety of topics, including but not limited to: marine biology, human impacts on our oceans, and early careers in science!

 

 

 

Cost: $150 plus GST

Your Watershed and You

Your Watershed and You is a field-based program that introduces students to a local watershed through a series of hands-on activities that emphasize the pivotal role that water plays in our lives.

 

 

 

Cost: $200 plus GST

 

Scientists on the Shore

Scientists on the Shore is a field-based program designed to introduce students to basic intertidal sampling techniques and intertidal diversity by closely observing quadrats and comparing observations between intertidal zones.

 

 

Cost: $250 plus GST

Tide dependent

Seashells by the Seashore

We believe that the best learning often happens outdoors and this field-based program is all about cultivating a love of learning through hands-on exploration of local beaches. 

 

 

 

Cost: $250 plus GST

Tide dependent