The Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation recently introduced ‘Ocean Fun-atics’; a fun online educational programme that is filled with fun facts about marine animals.
The Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation is excited to introduce a brand-new offering for their younger fans in Grades 1 to 3. The aquarium is also launching a Marine Biobasics online course for any senior high-schooler, university student or young adult who are interested in a detailed introduction in marine biology.
Ocean Fun-atics is a series of live sessions that are filled with fun facts about marine animals. Each day will feature a different topic, such as how animals play hide and seek, animals and their different homes, and how you can tell a shark and fish apart.
According to a blog post shared by the aquarium, the teleconferencing service Zoom will be used to connect with a maximum of 20 children at a time.
“Educators Wandiswa, Bianca and Chanelle will keep the kids entertained with pictures, actions, songs, and arts and crafts. Catch the Ocean Fun-atics series from Monday to Friday. You can sign up for all five sessions, or just one or two.”
This course only has capacity for 20 children per session, so book now to avoid disappointment.
This will be a more in-depth look at most of the marine animal phyla, from single-celled protists, all the way to mammals, and an overview of marine algae, seaweeds and plants. This will be based on the brand new South African high school subject Marine Sciences, launched as a pilot subject this year and entirely written and compiled by Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation staff.
To register, please fill in this online form by following this link.
The Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation is the registered non-profit and public benefit partner of the Two Oceans Aquarium. All donations and sponsorships that they receive are invested back into four main focus areas: ocean conservation, awareness, research and education. By signing up for this course, you are an active contributor to the future success of these programmes. Please note that the course fee is also tax-deductible.