The Whalemobile offers unique and innovative programming using a life sized inflatable whale. We bring this engaging and interactive learning experience directly to schools and libraries to foster a love for whales and the ocean and help cultivate the next generation of ocean advocates.
The Whalemobile has successfully delivered educational programs to hundreds of schools, receiving rave reviews from educators and students alike. Our team of marine educators are experts in their field, ensuring a high-quality and impactful learning experience.
We understand the challenges educators, school administrators and librarians face when trying to provide stand out experiential education. We are dedicated to helping you create unforgettable virtual or in-person learning experiences for your students and patrons.
This program was so engaging and exciting. Students learn about more than just whales, and they wished it was longer. The explanation of everything was at grade level. My students couldn't stop talking about it. I loved the preparation and videos beforehand too. ~KM
The Whalemobile provides science enrichment programs for elementary, middle and high school classes. We can do virtual or in-person. All programs are tailored to NGSS standards. We also believe that kids just love learning about whales!
Are you looking for a way to get your patrons excited about coming to the library this summer? When Nile comes to a library, children get to go inside, touch real whale bones and teeth, and learn about how these animals are studied in the wild.
We are working on a homeschooling program. (Likely virtual at this point.) If you are interested in receiving more information or have ideas of what you would like to see in a program, please follow the link below!
By signing up as an Ocean Champion, you can access the list of resources, lesson plans, and downloadable activities that we have created and collated. We promise we won't send you lots of unnecessary emails!
#TBT: In 2021, Cynde created 12 videos summarizing the first 12 years she has been whale watching.
60-Second Scoop: These are short 60 second videos answering a question about whales. These are great to share with the students leading up to a presentation.
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