Explore “Under The Sea” with SeaWorld with Virtual Learning

Photo credit: Seaworld.com/educational-resources/

It seems like its been forever since we’ve ridden a world-class coaster at Seaworld. From their rides to their animal conservation to their overall gorgeous parks, this is one theme park company we cannot wait to open back up.

But, hey! Sure, you may be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop learning. And we all know who’s the best at doing that.

Families have the chance to make a splash with SeaWorld San Antonio by providing resources to virtually explore the wild world of animals and nature.

This program is specially designed to help enrich those in grades K-12.

On their website, it states:

“Our SeaWorld family understands that you may need turnkey, engaging activities now more than ever. Our parks have developed standards-aligned resources available to help families virtually explore the wild world of animals and nature.”

Through their distance learning resources, families will have the opportunity to explore hands-on, multi-disciplinary activities, all while engaging in a “fun and creative learning environment, and discover something amazing along the way.”

Their free learning resources compose of Classroom Activities, Teacher Guides, “Saving a Species” Video Series, Animal Bytes (a one-page fact sheet specifically designed to help students quickly find information on interesting creatures found in the animal kingdom.), and Animal InfoBooks. 

To learn more, or to participate in SeaWorld’s program, please visit Seaworld.org.