Life Science Lab: Squid Dissection

Location
At the Museum
Format
Classes
Topic(s) Covered
Biology, Zoology
Availability
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 10am and 11:15am
Groups of 6-16 students
Cost
$70 Per Session
This program must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.
Grade Level(s)
3rd — 12th
Season
Year-Round
Duration
1 hr
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Young student looking through a microscope.

This hands-on class is perfect for both beginners and experts. Students focus on the importance of structure and function while examining squid anatomy.

This program takes place in the Life Science Lab in the Life Science Exhibit Hall. Combine this program with a field trip to the museum.

A minimum of 2 weeks' advance notice is required for all registration requests. If you have questions, please contact us at 503.797.4661 or register@omsi.edu.

Standards Addressed Structure and Function:
5.1L.1
Explain that organisms are composed of parts that function together to form a living system.
6.1L.1
Compare and contrast the types and components of cells. Describe the functions and relative complexity of cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.
Interaction and Change:
4.2L.1
Describe the interactions of organisms and the environment where they live.
5.2L.1
Explain the interdependence of plants, animals, and environment, and how adaptation influences survival.
6.2L.1
Describe the relationships and interactions between and among cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.
Scientific Inquiry:
3.3S.2
Use the data collected from a scientific investigation to explain the results and draw conclusions.
4.3S.3
Explain that scientific claims about the natural world use evidence that can be confirmed and support a logical argument.
7.3S.3
Evaluate the validity of scientific explanations and conclusions based on the amount and quality of the evidence cited.
H.3S.1
Based on observations and science principles, formulate a question or hypothesis that can be investigated through the collection and analysis of relevant information.