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  Exploration Center  

Exploration Center

    The Exploration Center is a hands-on learning lab. Visitors are given the opportunity to use microscopes, dress in costumes of marine researchers or animals, travel through a worm's eye view of the mud, make watershed decisions, zonation, breakwater life and more. Students learn about the challenges facing life along the shore and our role in its conservation.  During their visit, students explore and answer questions integrating physical, life and earth sciences.  Each program is designed to address grade-level standards as students do hands-on investigation.
     
 

Ocean Stewards


Program Length: 90 minutes

Day/Time Offered: Tuesday - Friday, 10 am

Grades: 9 - 12

Location:

Program Cost: FREE with one large bag of aluminum cans per class

Month(s) Offered: October - June

Description:
Grades 9-12: Using previous exposure in science to work, students explore ecology, evolution, climate, oceanography and other facets of marine science. This workshop pairs well with a field investigation in the Cabrillo Beach Coastal Park.

This Aquarium-educator led program engages students with microscopes, live animals, sea stories and hands-on coastal habitat discovery. Each program is designed to address grade-level standards as students do hands-on investigation.

Reservations are required. Most public schools must make tour reservations through their district office. Private and other schools must submit the Reservation Form. No phone reservations will be taken. Attention LAUSD Teachers: Your group tour must be reserved through the School Journeys office. Check your school's office for supplemental trip forms.


Download our Reservation Form.
Pre-order Aquarium treasure bags with this handy Treasure Bag order form.


 
Have a question? Please call 310-548-7562 or send us an email.
 
   
 
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