CaveSim is based in Colorado Springs, but we travel around the state (and the country) doing awe-inspiring programs for preK-12 schools. Our programs are aligned with Colorado education standards, as outlined in the documents below. Please click below to see what each part of our program looks like:
We've had the privileged of doing some truly wonderful programs around Colorado, as shown below. We're excited about working with you, too. Reach out to Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about how we can teach and inspire your students.
CaveSim inventor and program lead Dave Jackson teaches a group of kids at Glenwood Caverns. Photo by Chelsea Self, Post Independent, June 2018.
Students at Ute Pass Elementary School having fun learning physics on the 12' A-frame. Photos by Miles Groth, Ute Pass teacher, May 2018.
Students at Arrowwood Elementary in Littleton are eager to participate during a program about bat biology and skeletal structure. Photo by 6th grade Arrowwood student Sam Glass, February 2018.
Students happily working on the CaveSim Karst Topography Lab at Avery Parsons Elementary in Buena Vista. Photo by Avery Parsons staff, March 2018.
High school students in Oklahoma are enthralled as Dave prepares to help them innoculate their Petri dishes during the CaveSim Biota Lab. Photo by Mary Hicks, CaveSim program staffer, October 2018.