Using interactive exhibits, students learn about the intelligence and biology of marine mammals, as well as how researchers study them. Kids get the answers to all of their questions about marine mammals and get involved with the activities. The program’s showstopper is a life-sized inflatable right whale. This program takes place in any large meeting area such as a cafeteria or auditorium.
Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks (as a guideline)
- All levels: Skills of inquiry; measurement; data analysis, statistics and probability
- PreK-2: Characteristics of living things; living things and their environment; number sense and operation; patterns, relations and algebra; materials and tools; engineering design
- Grades 3-5: Characteristics of plants and animals; adaptations of living things; number sense and operation; patterns, relations and algebra
- Grades 6-12: Classification of organisms; reproduction and heredity; evolution and biodiversity; living things and their environment; changes in ecosystems over time; ecology; materials and tools