Aquarium of the Bay
ChompAdd to list Details
In this activity (page 5 of pdf), learners explore the relationships between the shape and structure of a shark's teeth and the food it eats, and then create their own shark tooth from clay.
Wetland Preservation ArtAdd to list Details
In this hands-on art and science activity (page 4 of the pdf), learners brainstorm and discuss how humans use wetlands, then express their understanding of the subject in artwork.
Design-a-FishAdd to list Details
In this science and language arts activity, learners study fish anatomy and make their very own 3D paper fish.
The WaveAdd to list Details
In this multi-step experiment (page 4 of pdf), learners study tide pools, and then drop a "wave" (a 4-pound bag of beans or birdseed) on a shell to mimic the force of crashing surf on tide pool animal
Tidepool in the ClassroomAdd to list Details
In this activity (page 4 of the pdf), learners build a model of a tide pool, using chicken wire, paper mache, and other craft materials.
Shark SizesAdd to list Details
In this graphing exercise (page 2 of the pdf), learners compare their own height to the length of various sharks.
Destination TidepoolAdd to list Details
In this activity (page 7 of pdf), learners research tide pool ecosystems, and then create brochures that "advertise" these environments.
Mermaid's PurseAdd to list Details
In this activity (page 2 of pdf), learners craft a model of a skate egg case and come to understand that cartilaginous fish such as sharks and shakes employ reproductive strategies that differ from th