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Program Topics and Offerings
Habitat is Where I’m At
Tidepool Trekking1st grade (Seward Only Pre-visit program)
Students learn basic tidepool etiquette in order to preserve our small beach ecosystem. They are also introduced to the idea of tides and what it takes to be a creature in the tide zone.
Fast and Slow Change at Exit Glacier
2-3rd grade (Pre-visit program)
Did You Know that Clouds Have Names?3rd grade This is a program with two lessons.
In the first day of activities students learn about clouds, how they form and how we name them. In the second lesson they learn to draw clouds and begin tracking the clouds they see, in their notebooks. Students begin to learn basic principles of scientific investigation as well as nephology.
The Sugpiaq People3rd grade
This 6 lesson, classroom program brings the original people of the Kenai Fjords National Park to life in the classroom. Through hands on discovery students are introduced to the idea of culture by exploring the homes, food, clothing, transportation and hunting of the Sugpiaq people. Native students frequently share traditions and ideas from their lives which help classroom understanding.
Water Water Everywhere4th grade (Pre-visit program for on site Watercycle)
This program gets students ready to visit a National Park and learn about the water cycle. We’ll focus on why National Parks are set aside. Then discuss the watershed that is the Exit Glacier and the Harding Icefield. This program will give students an introduction to water cycle vocabulary, through an interactive creation of their own making.
What’s In a National Park?
Last updated: March 16, 2021