The Aquarium provides educational resources and activities for teachers, families, kids, and adults. Explore all that we have to offer.
A visit to the New England Aquarium is a fun and engaging way to reinforce lessons learned in the classroom.
The New England Aquarium is committed to providing interactive and informative programming for students in homeschool programs. Please check out our offerings and we thank you for considering us for your next homeschool field trip.
The Office of Teens Programs is the place to start if you want to get involved at the Aquarium. We offer a variety of volunteer and paid opportunities for teens ages 13 through 19.
From teacher guides to classroom activities, whether lessons take place inside our exhibit halls or your classroom walls, we have programs to fit any teacher’s curriculum and grade level.
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