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Who Lives Where? Alaska's Marine Animals

from Alaska SeaLife Center

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This class is designed for very young students or students who need more practice communicating. As we look at different animals from Alaska’s marine ecosystems, students have the opportunity to discuss how the animals move and eat, as well as where they live and why.

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About This Program


By Request: $180.00

Price includes materials for up to 30 students. Extra materials are available for $1.00 per student.

$20.00 will be added to reservations made less than three weeks in advance.
Sessions for international schools may include extra postal fees.
Sites that book five or more sessions at once will be discounted $10.00 per session.


55 minutes

Target Audience

Education: Pre-K Students, Kindergarten special communication needs Public Library: Library Patrons

Minimum participants:

5 recommended

Maximum participants:

20 recommended; 30 possible

Primary Disciplines

Language Arts/English, Sciences

Program Delivery Mode

Videoconference - H.323 (Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg, LifeSize, etc...)
Videoconference – Webcam/desktop (Zoom, Skype, iChat, Vidyo, Movi/Jabber, Blue Jeans, etc...)

Booking Information

This program is available every day, beginning any time after 7am Alaska time (11am Eastern). Please see our website for seasonal recommendations by time zone.

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Provider's Cancellation Policy

Programs cancelled with less than 24 hours notice will be charged the full cost. No fee for programs cancelled due to weather-related or similar school closures.

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Alaska SeaLife Center

Seward, AK
United States

The Alaska SeaLife Center is a world-class marine science facility that combines a research mission with an animal rescue and rehabilitation program and public education. The center incorporates exhibits that immerse the visitor in the marine ecosystem of Alaska and provide opportunities to view animals in naturalistic habitats and research settings.

Darin Trobaugh

Program Details


1. If the class is small enough and able, each child introduces him/herself.

2. We examine a variety of animals from Alaska’s marine ecosystem. Most of these animals will be seen in our tanks.

3. As we observe the animals’ behaviors and structures, the class talks about how the animals capture their food and where they live, as well as other characteristics.

4. Students have a worksheet showing the different zones in the ocean. Students attach stickers of the animals to the worksheet, showing where the animals like to live and their relationship to other animals of the same zone.

5. Time is allotted for Q&A from the students.


Students will be able to do the following:

• Name eight (or more) animals that live in Alaska’s marine ecosystem

• Describe characteristics of those eight (or more) animals.

• Describe what those animals eat and how they capture their food.

• Describe where those animals live and why they prefer those parts of the ocean.

Standards Alignment

National Standards

Although this class is designed for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and special needs classes, it does meet the requirements for the following understandings in K-4:

NS.K-4.1 Science as Inquiry
• Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry
• Understanding about scientific inquiry

NS.K-4.3 Life Science
• The characteristics of organisms
• Organisms and environments