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Integrating Science, Math, Language Arts and Cultural Studies

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Back to School Science Eye offers unique, educational programs and resources for teachers, home schoolers, organization and clubs. Our Field Studies and In-school Safaris are engaging, hands-on, inquiry-based programs that enable students to explore the world around them, gain new insights and make them aware that science is an exciting part of everything they do. Our goal is to have fun while instilling self-confidence, develop critical thinking skills and to create a positive relationship with the environment.

All of our programs meet Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for Science (NGSSS) as well as the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

We don't just do S.T.E.M., Science Eye goes full S.T.E.E.M. ahead! (Science Technology Engineering Environment & Math)

In-Class Science Safaris

Awesome Amphibians - Herpetologists have a chance to explore the class Amphibia and they will understand why the oldest land vertebrates lead a "double life". You've heard them call at night and now you will know which call is which with our Frog Caller I.D. Pre-K+, 1-hour, $125/session

Beautiful Birds - Ornithologists explore the class Aves and what makes this group so diverse. They focus on the unique adaptations that allow birds to survive on every continent by exploring beak shape and function, plumage, and bird calls. Pre-K+, 1-hour, $125/session

Bones, Bodies & Bellies- Students become Orthopedists in studying the human skeletal structure and then comparing to unknown animal bones; Neurologists to determine their flexibility, balance and reflex; Cardiovascularists testing their heart rate; Pulmonary Specialists determining their lung volume; and Gastroenterologists learning how foods effect our bones, brains and heart.Pre-K3-1st, 1-hour, $125/session

Engineering Marvels: Bridges - Putting the E in STEM, this engineering marvel of a program helps our future Civil Engineers make the connections in a team effort to construct the best bridge. More...

Fabulous Fish - Ichthyologists delve into the oldest vertebrate group on earth. The diversity of body shape, tail fins, mouth and teeth, and scales allow fish to inhabit a variety of places. With this knowledge young scientist will be able to identify and design their own species. Pre-K+, 1-hour, $125/session

Friction Restriction - Young scientists discover friction is everywhere. They investigate how different surfaces create different amounts of friction by measuring that invisible force. Is friction good or bad? 1st-5th grade, 1.5-hours, $150/session

Furious Force – Scientists investigate that invisible force called magnetism and how it is created. They build an electromagnet and simple electric motor and discover how they are part of our everyday lives. K-2nd grade, 1-hour, $150/session; 3rd-5th grade, 1.5-hours, $165/session; 6th-8th grade, 2 periods, $180/both periods

Happy Birds Catapult - Our modern medieval engineers discover the science behind the catapult. They experiment with the principals of force (potential & kinetic energy) and motion as they launch their ballista birds, understanding the effects of tension, torsion and gravity. K+, 1-hour, $165/session

Marvelous Mammals - This is one "hairy" situation your students will love to have in the classroom. We explore a group of animals that we all love, but learn that there is so much more than a cute kitten playing with some yarn on a computer screen. K+, 1-hour, $125/session

Medieval Science – Engineers travel back in time to investigate the physics involved in building and using 2 types of catapults. They discover which one is more efficient and why. 3rd-5th grade, 1.5-hours, $150/session; 6th-8th grade, 2 periods, $175/both periods

Productive Plants - This Kingdom is often taken for granted in the critical role they have on our planet producing energy and recycling nutrients. Our budding botanists learn the difference between trees, shrubs and grasses as well as learn to identify the parts of the plant. PreK-2nd grade, 1-hour, $150/session

Field Study Safaris

Experiences your students will never forget!

Everglades Experience - Explore Florida's unique natural treasure as a Wildlife Biologist and discover the mysteries it has to offer. Our one-of-a-kind Everglades Experience is for grades 4 and up. More...

Location: Everglades Holiday Park
Broward County Parks and Recs

Coastal Exploration - Come explore the beach through the eyes of a Marine Biologist and discover the wonders it has to offer. For grades 3 and up. More...

Coastal Exploration
Location: John U. Lloyd State Park

Science Eye will be at the following events:
Everglades Day - Feb. 8, 2020
Southeast Regional Envirothon (high school teams have to register) - Feb. 19, 2020
Palm Beach Outdoor Day - Mar. 7, 2020
Water Matters Day - Mar. 14, 2020 - cancelled due to COVID-19
League of Environmental Educators in Florida (LEEF) - - Mar. 27-28, 2020 - cancelled due to COVID-19
Florida Envirothon (winning Florida county regional teams only) - April 24-25, 2020 ONLINE ONLY
Florida Marine Science Educators Association (FMSEA) - April 30-3, 2020 - ONLINE ONLY
Florida Association of Science Teachers (FAST) - Oct. 22-24, 2020





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