Hear the story of the world's highest, driest and windiest continent: Antarctica! From its amazing wildlife and distinct physical features to its involvement in modern scientific exploration, our instructors will tell Antarctica's story through the use of stunning photography and large-scale props! Students will discover how humans can harm and protect the global environment.
Program Options: Antarctica is available as either a large group assembly or an in-depth residency.
ASSEMBLY MAX: 250 students
1, 2 and 3
Animals and plants need food, water, and air.
Animals get their food by eating plants or other animals.
Living things are found almost everywhere in the world; for any particular environment, different kinds of plants and animals thrive.
Science is a process of trying to figure out how the world works by making careful observations and trying to make sense of those observations.
Scientists use different kinds of investigations depending on the questions they are trying to answer.
Academic Standard Strand:
Experience Run Time:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
$295 first assembly, $195 subsequent assemblies, Travel fees may apply.
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This activity is funded, in part, through the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the Legacy Amendment vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008. Learn More