Schools : Educator Portal
Marine science resources are available for educators in both formal and informal classroom settings.
Lesson plans span a variety of marine conservation topics with a special focus on endangered and threatened sea turtles. Stimulate your students curiosity and interest in science and the protection of our oceans with these interactive and hands-on lesson plans! All curriculum meets Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for grades K-12.
Loggerhead Marinelife Center offers you the opportunity to use our resources in your classroom and the ability to experience our field trips without leaving your classroom! Classroom activities focus on interactive marine conservation related topics that meet Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for grades K-12. Currently, we offer a turtles to go activity and our sea turtle exploration field trip as options. Check back because we will be expanding our program offerings in the near future!
Fletch Fun Zone Activities
Fletch is Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s huggable and loveable mascot. Fletch loves fun and challenging activities, crafts and puzzles. Visit the Fletch Fun Zone! at the link below to browse the many resources available free for download for your classroom.
Take advantage of our supplemental resources on a variety of marine conservation related topics. We offer identification guides (fish, sea turtles, sea turtle tracks), website links, and information documents to facilitate your success in the use of our lesson plans and activities.
Educator Open House
Each year we host an Educator Open House where teachers and other educators can learn about our programs and resources. Loggerhead Marinelife Center provides hard copies of resources at this event including lesson plans, reference guides, and other educational resources. We offer exciting giveaways such as a sea turtle adoption for your classroom, posters, and other classroom materials.
Join us for our educator workshops that allow teachers to engage in hands-on and interactive lesson plans offered by Loggerhead Marinelife Center. These workshops can provide you with information on resources available to you and stimulate your own creativity in the classroom! With these workshops we hope to educate you on marine conservation topics you are unfamiliar with so that you can bring the knowledge you gained back to your classroom.
For more information or to schedule a program, please contact:
Education Administrator: 561-627-8280, ext. 119