EXPEDITION SCIENCE

Welcome to the Our World of Wildlife Expedition Science program!  Our science expeditions educate children about the natural world, engage them in scientific discovery, and foster environmental awareness and stewardship. Expeditions use a creative blend of imagery, audio, interviews, science project exploration, and interactive activities to engage children in science and teach them about our worlds ecosystems.  By engaging children in science and teaching them how the natural world works, we can create a generation that understands and appreciates our planet. A generation grounded in evidence-based decision making. 

 LEARNER LEVELS

Level I 

(K through 2nd)

Level II

(3rd through 5th)

MODULES

Module 1 – Introduction

Module 2 – Questions / Hypotheses

Module 3 – Data Collection

Module 4 – Analysis / Results

Module 5 – Conclusion

ACTIVITIES 

1) Expedition Video

2) Interactive Activity

3) Group Discussion Points

JOIN AN EXPEDITION!

Our first expedition takes us to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia where we will learn about coral reef ecosystems.

INTERDEPENDENT RELATIONSHIPS
THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

Travel to the Alaskan Arctic and learn about the effect of climate change on local fish populations.

POPULATION DYNAMICS
THE ALASKAN ARCTIC

Follow black brant geese on their migration route from Mexico to the Arctic Circle and learn about population dynamics.

ANIMAL
MIGRATION
MEXICO TO THE ARCTIC

Go on safari in Kenya and follow herds of elephant as they move through the African savanna and alter their ecosystem.

ECOSYSTEM ENGINEERS
THE AFRICAN SAVANNAH