Integrating Science, Math, Language Arts and Cultural Studies
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 the 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)
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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. Call for more information. Web page coming soon!
Barnacle Billie/Billy - Our "salt–from-the-sea" shares knowledge of our oceans with your students. This interactive safari will have teachers and students learning about some of the big and small creatures of the sea and the plights they face on the planet. more...
Name That Animal - During this experience, young scientists see and touch a variety of skins from the different animal groups: reptiles, amphibians, fish, birds, and mammals. As a scientist, they will learn about each animal's habitat and what it has on its menu. more...
Rainforest Investigations - This program has young Wildlife Biologists piecing together the important components of habitats within the rainforest ecosystem as well as discovering the importance of what animals need to survive. more...
Remarkable Reptiles - Young Herpetologists examine creatures that have been around for millions of years. Discover what has helped them survive and see what truly makes them remarkable. more...
Rockin' Rockets - Our program gives a chance for beginning rocket engineers to understand how it all began. They will experiment with the principles of force and motion by traveling through time building different engines. Your students will have a "rockin'" good time. more...
Sawgrass Sam - Our Everglades resident is back and ready to take your class on an adventure and share stories about this fragile ecosystem and the critters that live in it.more..
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...
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.
Catapult Science - 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, understanding the effects of tension, torsion and gravity.
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.
MOUSECAR 500 - Young mechanical engineers come together as a pit crew to build the fastest mouse trap car. While building they begin to understand the principals of physics including Newton's Laws of Motion, Law of Conservation of Energy and more. Which team will come together and when the checkered flag!
Productive Plants & Funny Fungi - These two Kingdoms are often taken for granted in the critical role they have on our planet producing energy and recycling nutrients. Our budding botanists and mycologists learn the difference between the two as well as learn to identify them on sight.
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