Bay Area Classroom Aquarium Education Program (aka Trout in the Classroom)

CAEP seeks to:
*Foster connections between students and nature through the responsibility of rearing fish in a classroom context.
*Encourage stewardship of natural resources by relating the effects of human activities on native fish in your local watershed.
Classes receive the supplies and support needed to successfully raise native fish eggs into young fry, which students can then release into their home waters. Students gain hands-on experience with their local environment and learn about the importance of habitat conservation.

  • Curriculum & instructional materials, Field trips, Materials & supplies, Professional development/consulting for teachers
  • Pre-K/Early Childhood, Kindergarden, 2nd Grade Students / Youth, 3rd Grade Students / Youth, 4th Grade Students / Youth, 5th Grade Students / Youth, 6th Grade Students / Youth, 7th Grade Students / Youth, 8th Grade Students / Youth, 9th Grade Students / Youth, 10th Grade Students / Youth, 11th Grade Students / Youth, 12th Grade Students / Youth, Teachers/Administrators
    During school day
  • Climate Change
  • Conservation (Wildlife/Habitat)
  • Food Systems/Nutrition
  • Water
Academic AlignmentAcademic Alignment
    Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
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