Orientation video Seattle Aquarium scavenger hunt Seattle Aquarium scavenger hunt answer keyExploration notebook, grades 3–6Seattle Aquarium workbook, grades 4–6. Request free workbooks and pencils when registering. Available in English and Spanish.
All programs are aligned with the Washington State Science EALRs and Ocean Literacy Principles. For information about standards specific to each program, please click here for classroom program standards.
Chaperone guide for the beach (NEW) Species identification guides (NEW)Explore our Puget Sound beaches Eelgrass or kelp forest (NEW) Tide pool animals (NEW) If you are a classroom teacher and have taken your class to the beach within the past school year, please click here to fill out a short survey.
Puget Sound orca informationSolar power at the Seattle Aquarium In partnership with Seattle City Light, the Seattle Aquarium installed a 49-kilowatt-hour photovoltaic array on the roof of Pier 59. The array generates electricity for Seattle City Light’s second Community Solar project. To view live readings of how much power the Community Solar project is generating at the Seattle Aquarium and to learn more about solar power, click here.
Interested in curriculum and activities? Developed and managed by Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF), Solar 4R Schools provides schools nationwide with hands-on teaching tools such as science kits, lesson plans and photovoltaic solar arrays so students can learn about solar, wind and other renewable energy technologies.
Check out our Sustainability page to see the Seattle Aquarium’s other green practices.
We work to provide workshops that connect teachers with scientists and the most up-to-date research. Please check back periodically for updates and new workshops.
For Educators of grades 3–7
Saturday, April 25, 2015 9am–3:30pm at the Seattle AquariumView workshop flyerClick here to register
Saturday, May 9, 2015 9am–3pm at Clallam Bay High SchoolView workshop flyerClick here to register
The Seattle Aquarium with several schools in the Puget Sound area. Our partner schools help us pilot test new programs, get feedback on new ideas and provide more in-depth programming jointly delivered by Aquarium staff and classroom teachers.
Citizen Science is a partner program delivered in collaboration with Aquarium staff and high school teachers. Participating teachers are selected through an application process. If you're interested in participating, please contact Program Coordinator Nicole Ivey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to sign up for our quarterly education e-newsletter to receive more information about programs for you and your students, let us know at email@example.com.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
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