What we did at Wai’anae High School Marine Science Learning Center was learn about what they have over there and what they do with their students in this academy with aunty Dana Hoppe. We took a tour of the different fish and limu tanks and broke into small stations to learn about plankton, limu, water quality, and looked through microscopes. So there were a couple tables with microscopes and there were shrimp inside the glass strips. We got to see it from a baby to an adult. On these other tables, there was flash cards with 2 of the same Zooplankton and Phytoplankton and about 5 bowls of different types of limu. What we did on the second table is we had to figure out which plankton was Zooplankton and Phytoplankton or plants and animals. It was funny trying to figure out which one is which because most of the Planktons were animals and we thought it were plants and the ones we thought were plants were animals. It was a good experience at the Marine Science Learning Center at Wai'anae and seeing how they use this place on their campus as an outdoor classroom.