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Day Programs

Day Programs

Spend a day in our underwater world!  Our staff will greet your group with an orientation and start you and the students on a self-guided tour of the facility.  After an hour of exploring the SeaLife Center, your group will come together for one of our fun education programs.  See below for a list of our exciting program choices!

Day Programs are available year-round and must be booked at least 30 days in advance. 

REGISTRATION
To register for a Day Program, download this registration form and return it via e-mail or fax.

COST
$20 per student; minimum 12 students.  One chaperone at no cost for every 10 students; $20 per extra chaperone.  Maximum of 60 students and 15 chaperones.  Day Program cost includes admission to the SeaLife Center.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Click here for more information on how to prepare your students for their visit.  If you have any questions about our Day Programs, please e-mail us at education@alaskasealife.org.

DAY PROGRAM OFFERINGS

PROGRAM NAME

Grade Levels

Program Description

Seashore Survivors

K-2

Become an intertidal creature and learn what it takes to live in this challenging habitat.

Beaks, Bubbles, & Burrows

K-3

Observe these amazing, entertaining animals and discover the adaptations that allow seabirds to master both sea and sky.

Marine Mammal Adaptations

K-6

How are marine mammals able to live in Alaska's cold waters? Understand these animals better with our hands-on activities!

Bioluminescence

3-6

What mysterious animals inhabit the ocean's depths? Investigate the bizarre adaptations of light-producers in the midnight zone.

Cephalopods: The Jet Set

4-8

Get your hands into a "head-footed" animals as we learn more about cephalopods through dissection and discussion!

Scientists in Action: Veterinarian

7-12

How do vets care for stranded or injured marine animals? Get an insider's view of the Alaska SeaLife Center's rehabilitation program.

The Scoop on Poop

7-12

Why are the Steller sea lions disappearing? Analyze the scat of these endangered animals to search for clues regarding their dramatic decline.

 

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