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Texas State Aquarium

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Putting the animals front and center in your classroom
– from red ibis and pink flamingos to sharks, dolphins, and sea turtles!



2017-2018

2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

 

Programs by Texas State Aquarium

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Habitats of the Gulf of Mexico (for Older Students and Adults)

The Gulf of Mexico is a dynamic and diverse ecosystem that supports a wide range of life. During this interactive tour, explore a variety of...

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Coral Reef Under Construction

Coral reefs are referred to as the “tropical rainforests of the ocean.” Join us on a journey into this valuable habitat as we investigate the...

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Dancing Dolphins

Move like a dolphin! Play like a dolphin! Even speak like a dolphin! A highly engaging program during which students learn what it takes to be a...

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Fishy Friends

Let’s talk fishes LIVE from the Texas State Aquarium as your students observe, compare and contrast the diversity of fishes in Aquarium habitats...

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Meet Our Otters!

Meet Ari and Merlin, the North American River Otters in Texas State Aquarium’s Otter Creek habitat. Learn first-hand how an otter keeps warm and...

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Turtle Tracks

Students become marine biologists as they track Tammy, a Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle, on her journey across the Gulf of Mexico. During their sea...

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Virtual Zoology Lab: Sharks

Long bodies, sharp teeth, and a top predator… you guessed it sharks! Join us in the Virtual Shark Zoology Lab to discover how sharks move, what...

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Virtual Zoology Lab: Sea Turtles

Shells on their backs, live in water, and move slowly… you guessed it, sea turtles! In this Zoology Lab you will observe, collect data, and...

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Virtual Zoology Lab: Flamingos

Long legs, long necks, pink bodies… you guessed it, Flamingos! In this Zoology Lab, you will explore and discover what makes a flamingo so unique...

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Virtual Zoology Lab: Nearshore

Strolling along the beach will take on new meaning as you discover the residents of nearshore habitats. Practice your STEM process skills of...

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Virtual Zoology Lab: Flamingos

Long legs, long necks, pink bodies… you guessed it, Flamingos! In this Zoology Lab, you will explore and discover what makes a flamingo so unique...

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Virtual Zoology Lab: Caribbean Sea

__Swimming in schools or swimming alone, many types of fishes are found in the Caribbean Sea habitat at the Texas State Aquarium. Use your STEM...

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Flamingo Laboratory

Journey into the Caribbean jungle to discover these vibrant birds!  Using distance learning, inquiry-based interactions, and student-driven...

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Habitats of the Gulf of Mexico (for Younger Students)

The Gulf of Mexico is a dynamic and diverse ecosystem that supports a wide range of life. During this interactive tour, explore a variety of...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Science Center/Zoo

Contact

Jake Witherspoon   wwitherspoon@txstateaq.org
2710 North Shoreline Blvd.
Corpus Christi TX 78402
3618811203
United States

https://www.texasstateaquarium.org/educate/teachers-and-schools/aquavision/

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Texas State Aquarium cover:

Mathematics
Sciences
Literacy
Reading
Ocean Literacy

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

"The students really enjoyed the experience, especially the dolphins and being able to see underwater. They are still talking about the show."-Lena Solis (Oak Park Elementary, TX)

"The students liked the interaction with the instructor and the technology involved. Also, they enjoyed the experiments, especially the filtering of the oil."-Amelia Grime (Oak Park Elementary, TX)

"Our students were highly engaged! They asked many questions and made insightful comments about the animals that they saw and "swam" with!"- Ms.Capalbo (White Plains Middle School,NY)