In this first-grade program, students become scientists and learn about how different structures found in nature have inspired humans when designing solutions, through biomimicry.
In this second-grade program, Genius Plants, students become botanists and study how different see dispersal methods haave helped plants survive and thrive.
A second-grade program, Matter Matters, covers the three steps of the Engineering Design Process.
In this third-grade program, students become ecologists, solving they mystery of why the deer population in California is decreasing, by learning about ecosystems, resilience and environmental change.
In this fourth-grade program, Our Amazing Earth, become geologists, learning about patterns of change found on the earth’s surface, with a focus on weathering and erosion.
In this fifth-grade program, Hands in the River, students become environmental scientists and learn about the health of local rivers that are part of the Sacramento River watershed.
In this sixth-grade program, Sculpting the Earth, students become geologists and learn the various types of geologic change to the Earth’s crust.