Make your classroom come alive.
You provide the space…Burpee brings materials and know how. From live animals, to fossils, to dig pits and artifacts, Burpee can connect standards, provide activities to get the students excited before our arrival, and activities to continue the momentum after we have left!
Curriculum will be adapted for specific grade level and aligned to NGSS DCI and NGSS Next Generation Science & Engineering Practices best practice for your grade level.
Length: 45-60 minutes (variable themes)
Participants: 30 per group max. One instructor with a group of students. You may have more than one class during a 60 min segment.
Cost: $140 for 60 minutes
($70 additional sessions same topic, same day)
Choose Your STEM Night Theme:
Make Some Cold Blooded Friends! Come face to face with living animals full of scales, tails and amazing features! Learn about herpetology through comparative anatomy, exploration of metamorphosis, and active experimentation! Construct explanations…design your own solution to better understand the cold blooded world! Working with your event coordinator you will have a customized experience with […]
Its Dinosaur Time! Journey back in time to recreate the Cretaceous time period. Who would you encounter? Dig for your own clues in our dig pit! Examine, and compare bones, teeth, and claws. Explore pterosaurs to experiment with the impact on flight! Working with your event coordinator you will have a customized experience with sub-topics […]
Ponds and rivers are teeming with life. Explore the science of water, with hands on activities from water testing and filtration, to meeting live organisms that live in the water: living microorganisms, turtles, fish, plants, and more! Traveling Museum Types: How do you want your Journey of a Raindrop Adventure? This theme can […]
Get dirty and start experimenting. From testing the worm’s sense of smell to uncovering bones in the earth. Examine the mysteries beneath our feet! Example Sub Topics Within This Theme Metamorphosis and Life Cycles via Butterflies: Comparative Anatomy (taxidermy mostly) Bees: Comparative Anatomy Flies: Comparative Anatomy Arachnids: Check out some joint-legged cuties (ex: spider) Crustaceans: […]