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  • Week 9 (Aug. 17-21)

    Aquaponic Explorations (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Use the recycling relationships of plants and animals to create your own aquaponic mini-ecosystem! Learn about hydroponics, aquaculture, and nutrient cycles. Work in teams to engineer and design a system using aquariums and other supplies to grow your plants and create a perfect environment for your animals. Snorkel to gather ideas of plant, algae, and animal relationships. Includes: aquaponics, engineering, boat trips, and snorkel adventures.


  • Week 10 (Aug. 24-28)

    Ecosystem Escapades (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Trek to ecosystems like the salt marsh, sandy shores, underwater sea grass beds, and the dynamic wavy coast. Apply discoveries to understand trends occurring in our oceans, harbors, estuaries, and waterways. Compare and contrast the animals surviving in each environment. Engulf yourself in the environment while boogie boarding and stand up paddle boarding. Includes: boogie boarding, stand-up paddle boarding, boat trips, and snorkel adventures.


  • Week 8 (Aug. 10-14)

    Fishery Fabrications (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Explore different aspects of recreational and commercial fisheries. Use engineering, fish research, and biomimicry design to construct a minnow trap and to make a fishing lure. Understand the use of charts, solunar tables, and tide info to pick the best fishing times. Analyze current fishing and aquaculture methods and design new methods that account for environmental impacts and commercial fishing economics. Includes: fishing, engineering, boat trips, and snorkel adventures.


  • Week 3: July 6-10

    Wildlife Warriors  (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Includes: fish printing, kayaking, and snorkel adventures 

    Journey into the marine wilderness and have fun kayaking, snorkeling, and venturing into new territories. Take part in a student run wildlife fair and decide, formulate, and carry out an activity with your fellow classmates to help benefit the ocean and its wildlife. Use the ancient art of gyotaku to create a fish print on a T-shirt.           $215
  • Week 4: July 13-17

    Habitat Treks  (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Includes: fishing, crabbing kayaking, and snorkel adventures  

    Dive deep into many local marine ecosystems including the sandy beach, the salt marsh, estuaries, and underwater mud and sand flats. Try your luck at fishing and crabbing as you interpret environmental signs to find the best places to catch these wild animals!        $215
  • Week 5:  July 20-24

    Mission Splash  (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Includes: Incredible watery adventures, kayaking, and snorkel adventures

    Venture on a new mission each day to a new remarkable location . Explore Alewife Cove and hard to reach areas using kayaks. Charge the creek tides with your kayak and help choose our snorkel sites. Pick a new travel destination with your class, analyze local navigation charts, and decide the route to take us to our destination.          $215
  • Week 6:  July 27-31

     Ancient Creatures     (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Includes: Creating your own ancient creature, kayaking and snorkeling

    Dinosaurs, sharks, and even horseshoe crabs roamed the Earth millions of years ago. Many mysterious ancient creatures swam in the oceans or lumbered around on land. Look into the past as you discover what animals lived in our area and what animals remain from our prehistoric past.          $215
  • Week 7:  August 3-7

    Camouflage Masquerades  (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Includes: microscopes, kayak excursions, and snorkel adventures

    tripes, spots, texture, chromatophores, and more! Be amazed by the incredible world of camouflage and the ways that animals use it. Search our aquariums, islands, eel grass, tide pools, fields and other ecosystems. Look into the habits of camouflage champions like eels, sharks, squid, flounder, and insects.          $215
  • Week 9 : August 17 - 21    

    Pelagic Passages   (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)    

    Includes: story-telling, kayaking, and snorkel adventures

    Pirates, sunken ships, explorers, Native Americans, fishing, and whales have all shaped maritime New England. Bring our rich oceanic history to life through simulations, exploration, and adventure learning! Take on the role of a variety of characters from our past.          $215
  • Marine Animal Art (grades K-4)

    Fridays 4:00 – 5:30 pm ~ April 10, 24 & May 1

    Cost: $60/series     Minimum 6 students

    Create beautiful art inspired by the ocean.  Learn about the ocean animals as you create marine themed sun catchers, explore the ancient art of gyotaku, and build an paint cardboard sea animals to display