Program: Tidepool Exploration

Topic(s)
Adaptations, Ecology, Living With Our Environment, Marine Ecology, Tidepooling
Description
Join us at Pillar Point in Princeton, Half Moon Bay, where MSI instructors will guide students over wet and rocky terrain on a mission to find and identify an amazing array of tidepool creatures. Some have shells, some have spines, some have scales, and most can be touched and handled by students! We can provide instructors for up to 60 students. The program is 2.5 hours in length and must be scheduled according to the tides. Students in third grade and above can participate in MSI's on-going intertidal monitoring program.
Location(s)
Field Trip
Duration
2.5 hours
Fee Description
Fees range from $300 - 490 depending on the size of your group (max 60). Additional sponsorship may be available for low-income schools.
Grades
3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, Special Ed. - Elementary - Upper grades, Special Education - High school, Special Education - Middle school, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
Standards
Life Science - 4-3, Investigation and Experimentation - 4-6, Earth Science - 5-3a, Investigation and Experimentation - 5-6a, Earth Science - Shaping Earth's Surface - 6-2c, Earth Science - Ecology - 6-5
Areas of Service
No restrictions
Other Info
Location is Pillar Point beach in Half Moon Bay.
Attachment:
tidepool_20expedition_20educators_20guide_1_.pdf

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