Follow Gracie, a baby gray whale, in search of animals that are just like her. Along the way, she will discover that just because they live underwater, not all ocean animals look or sound the same.
On this learning adventure, students will use sound, movement and observations to discover some of the animals that make the ocean their home.
How many animals do you think we will find living in the tidepools?
Learners become explorers in this fun and interactive program touring a tidepool habitat. Practice numbers and counting as we discover the many critters that live along the rocky shore. From sticky sea anemones to bumpy sea stars, we will observe colors, shapes and textures to learn more about each of the animals we find.
Learn about some of the most interesting animals in our collection while virtually touring our Tropical Pacific, Northern Pacific, and Southern California & Baja exhibits with live camera views.
Programs are tailored to be grade specific and include interactive media, games, and time to ask questions. General themes include an introduction to the different habitats of the Pacific Ocean, animal diversity, and adaptations.