I Will Survive
What do plants and animals need to stay alive?
Transform your kindergarteners into scientists as they look for patterns of what plants and animals need to survive. This virtual field trip will get your budding scientists to understand the relationship between what living things need and the environments where they live.
Next Generation Science Standards Addressed
K-LS1-1, K-ESS2-2, K-ESS3-1, and K-ESS3-3
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LIVE Virtual Program | Kindergarten Life Science
A LIVE facilitated experience for your class
Invite educators from the California Science Center to your virtual classroom to explore different spaces in the museum while learning more about what living things need from their environments.
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Contact us at 213-744-2019 for more information and to reserve your program!
Cost: $250 for up to 32 students (approx. 1 class)
Program Length: 30-45 minutes
Availability: Tuesdays-Fridays 8:30am or 9:45am
We provide a hosted meeting link for your students to join virtually.
A 15-20 minute FREE episode
Join our educators to discover different enclosures in the World of Life Discovery Room and the Ecosystems gallery and learn how our keepers provide all the things necessary for plant and animal survival in different environments.
Activity Guide | Kindergarten Life Science
A FREE downloadable
Students will play a game as a keeper to determine what the animals at the California Science Center need to stay alive. Through the game, students will discover patterns in how animals receive food, water, shelter, and air from their environment.
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- Interactive Google Documents
- Documentos Interactivos de Google
- PDF Version (Screen Reader Accessible)
- Versión PDF (Accesible con Lector de Pantalla)