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A Natural Connection to the Azores

Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8, Grade 9 - 12

Student Program:
In-school program
Provided by: New Bedford Whaling Museum

This program for grades 5-10 focuses on the historical connection between the New Bedford area and the Azores by investigating the marine animals seen by whaling crews while sailing between these two regions. Students will learn latitude, longitude, charting and how to predict… Read on... »

Adaptations: Animal Senses

Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5

Student Program:
In-school program
Provided by: Thornton W. Burgess Society

Students explore physical and behavioral adaptations which help animals live and thrive in their environment. A center-based hands-on approach allows students the opportunity to experiment and experience how abilities in sight, sound, smell, tase and touch differ among species. … Read on... »

Advanced Robotics

Grade 9 - 12

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: MIT Museum

Advance your LEGO EV3 programming skills while learning about MIT robotics research. Learn to use sensors to help your robot navigate through new challenges. This workshop picks up where our Robotics Engineering workshop left off and includes a guided tour of the Robots and… Read on... »

All About Trees

Grade 3 - 5

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Worcester County Horticultural Society

Learn about the parts of a tree and how they help it function. Explore the layers of a forest, learn how to identify several native trees and find related trees from around the world growing at Tower Hill Botanic Garden. Read on... »

Amazing Animal Adaptations

Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5

Student Program:
In-school program
Provided by: Hitchcock Center for the Environment

How do animals survive in the wild? Meet some live and mounted local animals, and learn how their biology and behavior helps them to survive in their habitat. An educator will bring animals from forest, field and wetland habitats to your classroom, and students will learn about… Read on... »

Amoskeag Fishways School Programs

Pre-K - 2, Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8, Grade 9 - 12

Student Program:
In-school program
Provided by: Amoskeag Fishways Learning and Visitors Center

We offer a variety of programs. Program topics include Urban Wildlife, River Ecology and Wildlife, Native Peoples, Electricity, and Fish Season Tours. We also offer outdoor exploration programs including Life in the Soil, Water Quality Monitoring, Wildlife Searches, and more. Read on... »

Animal Adaptations

Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
In-school program
Provided by: Nashua River Watershed Association

Students learn about Animal Adaptations through wildlife mounts, skin, skulls and tracks Read on... »

Animal Adaptations

Grade 3 - 5, Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
In-school program
Provided by: Ecotarium

What structures and behaviors do animals exhibit that help them survive? How are nocturnal animals different from diurnal animals? Observe live animals, bones and animal pelts. Draw conclusions about how structure and function influence evolutionary success. Read on... »

Animal Adaptations and the Food Web

Grade 6 - 8

Student Program:
Field trip
Provided by: Mass Audubon's Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

Compare mammal skulls and determine the adaptations that have allowed the animal to survive as a predator or prey. Learn how to hypothesize an animal's diet from knowledge of its teeth and use your observation skills to identify an unknown skull. Enjoy a short hike while… Read on... »

Animal Classification

Grade 3 - 5

Student Program:
In-school program
Provided by: Mass Audubon's Blue Hills Trailside Museum

Learn how and why scientists classify objects in nature. Students discover how classification systems function by working in small teams to create a classification system for a set of natural artifacts. This one hour program also features a fun review of the characteristics of… Read on... »