Take advantage of the SEA LIFE München as an attractive, non-school setting school classes. Motivate your students with a trip to SEA LIFE München, where they experience the native and tropical habitats up close and learn with all senses. outside the classroom - with fun learning and discovery: discovering scores of new marine creatures, learn interesting facts, interactive games and quizzes - the native and tropical marine life can be experienced with all senses.
At the touch pool at SEA LIFE, the small marine researchers, for example Touch sea stars, under the guidance and understanding in the truest sense of the word. Our educational training supervisor attending lectures and comment on some of our feeds.
Your attendance at SEA LIFE:
- Free Welcome and introduction at the beginning of the pending visit
- Visitor Service Representative
- Accompanying teachers have free admission (limit 2 per 15 students)
- Teaching and study materials available online
- Assistance in planning
- Practical tips and information for your visit smooth
Early opening for schools from 4th of July- 29th of July 2011
- Discovery Tour - our exclusive guide for schools
- Explore learning, having fun - full tour exclusively for school!
- On the guided, interactive tour through the different areas and habitats, students can explore to make a water test and the element water, its inhabitants and their habitats.
The times are 10:20, 11:00 and 12:00 (Monday to Friday only outside school holidays) are by appointment at least 2 weeks advance booking.
Prices for classes
Student teacher Admission - 4.50 €
Discovery Tour including admission - 6.50 €
Accompanying teachers (2 per 15 students) - free
other accompanying persons - 9.95 €
Reserve by phone or fax: book your school trip toll-free from landline at 0800-6648200, or send a fax to 0800 58 8801 202nd
The protection and preservation of our oceans is what drives our work here at the SEA LIFE München. We see ourselves as pioneers of marine protection and breeding programs, and author of petitions - eg to obtain the fascinating underwater world for future generations - to the European Union. When you visit the SEA LIFE we want to inform your students about our conservation programs, encourage them to ask questions and even in this field become active. We believe that this knowledge will enable students to make a difference.
Conservation is at the heart at everything we do here at SEA LIFE. We are pioneers of marine animal rescue, marine breeding programs and petitioning governments to ensure the amazing underwater world is protected for future generations to enjoy. During your visit to SEA LIFE we strive to inform your pupils of our conservation efforts, encourage them to ask questions and carry out independent study. We believe this knowledge empowers students to make a difference.
The Greek island Zakynthos has been one of the main nesting locations for Mediterranean loggerhead turtles for thousands of years. Sadly, due to the tourism boom in the area, nesting adult females are being disturbed, eggs are being accidentally destroyed, and new hatchlings become confused by the lights and sounds of hotels and bars on the beaches. We are currently campaigning to build a turtle rescue facility and sanctuary in Laganas, Zakynthos.
So far, the SOS SEA LIFE Turtle Project has raised 150,000 Euros for the sanctuary and building work is continuing with assistance from volunteer electricians and carpenters from England.
To find out more about this project, download our Turtle Conservation Pack.
WDCS dolphin diploma
SEA LIFE has developed our existing relationship with WDCS to provide an education initiative that encourages children to learn about whales and to take an active part in their conservation.
The Whale Diploma is a fun, curriculum-linked education pack teaching children about the world of whales, whilst encouraging them to get actively involved in whale protection. It is suitable for use in schools and at home and aimed at 8-12 year olds, but can be tailored to suit other ages.
Educational Resource Packs and Teaching Aids
The underwater world supports learning accross various subject headings within the curriculum, including Science, Geography and Art and provides a fantastic opportunity for cross curricular learning in an inspiring environment.
Our brand new, fresh, fun and interactive resource packs provide teacher guidelines and pupil worksheets are available for different learning stages as well as for different topics.
All of our educational materials are based on activities and projects that your class can do before, during and after your visit to make the most of your pupil’s new found knowledge and enthusiasm.
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Our brand new, fresh, fun and interactive activity packs provide activities and projects for the youngest that your group can do during or after the visit to make the most of your group’s new found knowledge and enthusiasm.
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More information (extra information)
- Registration on arrival - We recommend a teacher checks the group in and receives itinerary details while the group waits outside.
- Group size - We recommend that large classes are divided into smaller groups so that all students can enjoy their visit to SEA LIFE to the fullest.
- The centre is fully accessible to wheelchairs.
After your visit
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