Programs

We are now partnering with Youth Environmental Alliance to offer their programs as well! Please visit www.YEAfrog.org for additional information on programs such as Fishing for Success, Loco for Coco, The Magic of Butterflies and Wetland Wonders!

 We offer hands-on experiential education programs for grades Kindergarten through High School and College. We customize programs to your curriculum needs. All of the programs can be modified to suit your grade upon request!

The programs offered are:

Cellular CellebrationsExperiments, investigations and modeling of plant and animal cell and organelle functions. Digest the lesson with an edible model!

Big Ideas:    14: Organization and Development of Living Organisms-Cells

CO2 Calamity – a Global Challenge with Personal Solutions – Fun experiments to test hypotheses; our role in the environment & food web; chemistry applied to environmental science; oceans & coral reefs; scientific method & models; edible model upon request! 

Grades K-12

Big Ideas: 1: The Practice of Science, 2: The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge, 3: The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models, 6: Earth Structures, 7: Earth Systems and Patterns, 8: Properties of Matter, 9: Changes in Matter, 10: Forms of Energy, 14: Organization and Development of Living Organisms, 15: Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms, 17: Interdependence, 18: Matter and Energy Transformations 

Cry of the WaterConservation Ecology in Florida –Experiments and games to learn properties of water and conductivity, ocean currents, life cycles and Florida ecosystems, and human impacts and solutions!    

Grades K-12

 Big Ideas: 1: The Practice of Science,  2: The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge, 3: The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models, 6: Earth Structures, 10: Forms of Energy, 11: Energy Transfer and Transformations, 14: Organization and Development of Living Organisms, 15: Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms, 17: Interdependence

Evolution’s Solutions–    Create models and perform scientific investigations to learn about evolution, genetic diversity and adaptation!

Big Idea:     15: Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms

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Fishing For Success-FFS is a program that uses fishing and other related activities as the “hook” to introduce children of all ages to the various aspects of fishing and everything involved with it. Children learn about fisheries, aquatic environments, and vocational and educational opportunities associated with fishing.

History Under the Sea-An Expedition of Underwater Archaeology to Promote Sustainability- Science meets history and math in this underwater archaeology investigation that explores how matter changes over time, systematic surveys, introduction to alternative forms of energy, magnetism, etc… 

Grades K-12

Big Ideas: 1: The Practice of Science, 2: The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge, 3: The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models, 5: Earth in Space and Time, 8: Properties of Matter, 9: Changes in Matter 10: Forms of Energy, 17: Interdependence

Loco for Coco-Students will discover how chocolate and the Rain Forest are connected. Through hands-on activities students will learn about the origin of chocolate and the process of manufacturing chocolate today. Students are also able to sample chocolate. This program is suitable for 4th grade through 7th grade.

 

The Magic of ButterfliesStudents are introduced to the concepts of life cycles and the necessary components of a habitat. Live examples and hands-on activities are involved. This program is suitable for pre-kindergarten through 8th grade.

 

 

Paper, Plastic or the Planet?Experiments, models, renewable & non-renewable resources, watersheds and carbon cycles, interdependence of organisms and resources, human impacts and solutions!       

Grades K-12

Big Ideas: 1: The Practice of Science, 2: The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge, 3: The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models, 6: Earth Structures, 8: Properties of Matter, 9: Changes in Matter, 10: Forms of Energy, 14: Organization and Development of Living Organisms, 15: Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms, 17: Interdependence

The Question About Digestion  Experiments and modeling to investigate the digestive system and enzymes! 

Grade 6

Big Idea: 14. Organization and Development of Living Organisms – Digestive System

 

Sail Away with Simple MachinesLearn about simple machines, force and motion with experiments, models and a special treat!  

Grades K-6

Big Ideas: 1: The Practice of Science, 2: The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge, 3: The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models, 5: Earth in Space and Time, 10: Forms of Energy, 12: Motion of Objects, 13: Forces and Changes in Motion, 14: Organization and Development of Living Organisms

Tracks, Trails and Other TailsU-Pick-It lessons: feeding & breeding; habitat & survival; plants & animals; scientific investigations in the schoolyard with data collection and analysis; adaptations; make sampling gear; birds; fish; etc… 

Grades K-12

Big Ideas: 1: The Practice of Science, 2: The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge, 3: The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models, 5: Earth in Space & Time, 6: Earth Structures, 8: Properties of Matter, 14: Organization & Development of Living Organisms, 15: Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms, 16: Heredity & Reproduction, 17: Interdependence

Wetland Wonders-Discover the wonders and importance of wetlands, perform the water cycle boogie, and build a wetland based community to model how wetlands work and how we impact them. Discuss personal actions we can each take to restore and conserve our wetlands.

 

Wonderful World of Wiggly WormsWorms as the gateway to scientific investigations including models, microscopes & magnifiers, nutrient cycles, decomposition & soil composition, symbiotic relationships, food webs, reproduction & more! 

Grades K-12

Big Ideas:  1: The Practice of Science, 2: The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge, 3: The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models,  5: Earth in Space and Time, 6: Earth Structures,  9: Changes in Matter, 14: Organization and Development of Living Organisms, 16: Heredity and Reproduction, 17: Interdependence, 18: Matter and Energy Transformations

ZooArchaeology – Digging up the Past to Reveal a Sustainable FuturePractice science though investigations of  models, timelines, studying animal skeletons, artifacts, etc..

Grades K-12

Big Ideas:  1: The Practice of Science, 2: The Characteristics of Scientific Knowledge, 3: The Role of Theories, Laws, Hypotheses, and Models, 5: Earth in Space and Time, 8: Properties of Matter, 17: Interdependence

A “Thank You” from some of the Tanawha Presents’ ZooArchaeologists and Ecologists!

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