When: May 18, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm EST
Where: Virtual (Zoom)
Registration Deadline: Closed
The creator of Pokémon, Satoshi Tajiri, spent his childhood collecting bugs in the Japanese countryside. His love of bugs can be seen throughout Pokémon, from the buggy pocket monsters that were inspired by real insects and arachnids, to the Pokémon attacks and abilities that actually exist in the real world.
Come learn about the bugs that inspired Pokémon, and how the game of Pokémon and the science of Entomology are alike!
Cost: $5 administrative fee per family (one device login per family) is payable via debit/credit through my online payment platform. No refunds if you don’t attend the event (for any reason).
Before you register, please note…
- This event will be delivered via Zoom. Your Zoom username will be required on the registration form.
- One login per family, from a single laptop, monitor, or device. Make sure you have a large enough screen for your students to view during the program.
- Your camera must be on during the event, and only registered students (and their parents) can attend.