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CuriOdyssey Teacher Training Program

A boy makes a catapult to learn about the physics principle of stored energy.

  Five years ago, the State Board of Education adopted a new framework for K–12 science instruction. Known as the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), they will help instill the critical thinking and communication skills that students need for academic success and citizenship in a world fueled by science and technology innovation, especially significant here…

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CuriOdyssey Keeper Apprentice Blog 2018

The Organized Ramblings of a Wildlife Keeper Apprentice by Carissa SullivanLee, 2018 CuriOdyssey Keeper Apprentice ♦♦♦♦♦♦ As I sit here gathering my many thoughts, I find myself stumbling over all of the incredible experiences, moments, and memories racing through my wandering mind. I’ll let you in on a little secret—this isn’t the first time I’ve attempted to…

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Learning About Science and Wildlife from Wildlife

At CuriOdyssey, we give kids the tools to think like scientists and let them loose to ask “what if,” observe what is, and let the natural world answer their questions. Support from donors like you helps us offer educational programming and care for the animals who help us teach over 175,000 children and parents about…

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Tips for Packing A Plastic-Free Lunch  

Tips for packing a plastic-free lunch!   The average student produces about 67 pounds of waste from their lunches each school year (EPA). That means we have a big opportunity to reduce the amount of waste heading to our landfill each year by taking a few simple steps! Things to try: Re-use containers and jars from…

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Bubbles & Rainbows Weekend

One of the most popular family science gatherings ever at CuriOdyssey—this year’s Bubbles & Rainbows weekend inspired thousands, and set a new record! Over the weekend, hundreds of Bay Area kids were every day scientists as they dabbled in elasticity, surface tension, chemistry, light, and geometry with rainbow and bubble science stations throughout CuriOdyssey. Did you know?…

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2018 Commuter Challenge

The 2018 Commuter Challenge at CuriOdyssey. Reducing Our Carbon Footprint. Did you know? The Bay Area Commuter Challenge is an annual event! The Bay Area Commuter Challenge runs during April & May every year. CuriOdyssey strives to be a leader in conservation and sustainability in our community. We are committed to taking action to help ensure a more sustainable…

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Save The Frogs Day

Why Save The Frogs Day? Besides eating pests that transmit disease, “frogs and toads play an important role, serving as both prey and predator, in wetland ecosystems and are considered indicators of environmental health. Many previously abundant frog and toad populations have experienced dramatic population declines both in the United States and around the world…

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Earth Day Beach Cleanup 2018

Thank you sponsors and volunteers! Your commitment to a cleaner world helped remove an estimated 520 gallons of trash and 105 gallons of recyclables during our 2018 Earth Day Beach Cleanup on April 21, 2018. An annual event, Earth Day Beach Cleanup at Coyote Point was sponsored by The Pacific Gas and Electric Company, CuriOdyssey, and…

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Things to Do with Kids in the Bay Area This Weekend

Things to do with kids in the Bay Area, weekend exclusives for Friday, 04/13/2018 – Sunday, 4/15/2018. As always, CuriOdyssey events can be found on our calendar here. Every weekend we have 2 bonus animal presentations, we hope you’ll join in the fun. Plan your visit here. Friday: Toddler Ramble: Spring Fever! (Hayward, CA) When: Friday, April 13, 2018.…

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Domestic Ferrets

Ferrets aren’t allowed in California as pets. Read on to learn why, and how to increase your chances of meeting one in person! What is a ferret, and why can’t I own one in California? Ferrets are a type of mustelid, a carnivorous mammal with an elongated body, short limbs, and small snout! The California…

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