Teacher Open Houses
- No open houses are currently scheduled. Please check back again.
All of our education materials have been aligned with the Oregon Department of Education and the national education common curriculum goals and are designed to help students meet and exceed standards in several disciplines. These activities are designed to extend your trip to the Aquarium but can also be used as stand alone lessons. Some lessons are available for download in Spanish.
Self Guided Visit Materials
Lab Program Materials
K – 3rd grade
4th – 5th grade
6th – 8th grade
9th – 12th grade
Outreach Program Materials
K - 2nd grade
3rd - 5th grade
Marine Science Kits
Our education staff has developed loan kits for teachers to use in their classrooms. Topics include: sharks, whales, rocky shore invertebrates or seals, sea lions and sea otters. These kits are designed to support the Aquarium's statewide outreach efforts. Each kit includes books, videos, touchable items such as real shark jaws and whale tooth models, plush animal models and a booklet of information and activities for the K-5 classroom. Kits are available form select Educational Service Districts (ESD's) throughout the state. Schools served by the following ESD's can check out a loan kit at no charge.
- Lane Education Service District
- Malheur Education Service District
- South Coast Education Service District
- Northwest Regional Education Service District
- Southern Oregon Education Service District
- Douglas Education Service District
- Lincoln County Education Service District (through the Aquarium directly)
Please contact your local ESD to have one sent to your school. For more information regarding our marine science kits, please call (541) 867-3474 or send us an e-mail at email@example.com.
Ask the Educators
You have questions about the content of our classes or have general questions about marine science, please feel free to send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. To schedule a visit or program contact our group coordinator at 541-867-3474.
Other good websites to visit with reliable marine science information: