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Thursday, July 07, 2011

Summer at the Aquarium | Alie LeBeau  buttonLink

Beat the heat this summer by visting the new Arctic and Antarctic: Our Polar regions in Peril exhibit. Learn about the icy polar regions and what you can do to protect our changing planet.

Summer is a great time for teachers to enjoy their time off and visit the Aquarium without student in tow! Go looking for whales on a Blue Whale Watch, join a Behind the Scenes Tour, attend a lecture, or simply visit our new exibilts. We hope to see you at the Aquarium during the hot summer months!

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6th Grade

Monday, April 18, 2011

Science Stars: A Closer Look at Erosion  buttonLink

6th Grade Lesson Plan

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8th Grade

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Science Stars: Determining pH  buttonLink

8th Grade Lesson Plan

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Educator Update

Thursday, March 31, 2011 1 Comment

Spring Aquatic Academy Course  buttonLink

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Join us for 4 consecutive Tuesday evenings where we will explore with scientists, engineers, policy and decision-makers, and designers the challenges that sea level rise is bringing and ways of responding to those challenges.

Aquatic Academy Course is the Aquarium of the Pacific’s adult education series. This spring, teachers are encouraged to participate in a 4 week series exploring the causes, challenges, and California perspective of sea level rise.

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Educator Update

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

We love letters from students | Alie LeBeau  buttonLink

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If you have students drawings or letters about the Aquarium, please consider sending them our way!

Not only does our staff love seeing how much students have enjoyed the Aquarium, but letters and artwork from students are an important way to communicate to our donors. A “Thank you” letter or picture of “My Favorite Aquarium Animal” are the best way to illustrate the need for continued support of our scholarship program. If your students have created materials, please feel free to share them with us. Every letter goes a long way!

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