Tag: classroom spotlight

donna updated

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Sep2018
Hello everyone and welcome back to another school year! We are busy here at the Aquarium with our yearling sea turtles. They are getting bigger and we are preparing for their release later this fall. We are  also caring for  two new hatchlings. If you are following along with our ... Read More
September 5, 2018Gail Lemiec
andi_webb_boat

26

Jan2018
Happy January everyone! This month we are shining a spotlight on an educator. Andi recently participated in a Sea Turtle Exploration workshop at the Aquarium and used some of the curriculum with her students. Learn more about her below!NameAndi WebbSubject/Grade level taughtI teach K-5th grade remediation in all subject areas. ... Read More
January 26, 2018Gail Lemiec
Ms Lautens class

10

Dec2015

Teacher Spotlight

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For our last blog post of the year, we bring you a special guest writer. This week we are hearing from Ms. Lausten, a teacher from Virginia who is kind enough to share her experience using the Sea Turtle Exploration curriculum in her fourth grade classroom.Last fall I was lucky enough to walk ... Read More
December 10, 2015Casey Radley
turtle tracks

23

Apr2015

Beach Etiquette

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Summer is almost here and that means it’s time to hit the beach! As much as we like to play in the sand, we need to remember local beaches also serve as sea turtle nesting habitats. Here are easy things you can do to leave the beach a better place ... Read More
April 23, 2015Megan
FloridaGhostCrab

30

Oct2014

The Ghost Crab

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In the spirit of Halloween, this week we are learning about a sea turtle predator that fits the season: the ghost crab. The Atlantic ghost crab is a sand colored crab with white claws. Like a ghost, they can change colors to better blend in with their surroundings. They are ... Read More
October 30, 2014Megan