Killer Snails creates immersive experiences for kids to explore their love of science. Our mission is to nurture the next generation of scientists and bring the excitement of laboratory discoveries to learners

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STEM-Sational Ways to Learn

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VIRTUAL REALITY/DIGITAL EXPERIENCE
BioDive

Immerse yourself in the life of a marine biologist, investigating the venomous power of marine snails and the environment they call home.

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WaterWays

Investigate what is impacting the water in Chimhe City as a scientist exploring plastic pollution, air and water quality, Urban Heat Island effect, and marine biodiversity.

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Card Game
Assassins of the Sea

Race your opponents, create life-saving drugs, and look out for harmful toxins as you get the real-life scientist experience.

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Card Game
Biome Builder

Discover creatures from four different biomes and create food chains in a fast-paced card game. But don’t upset the balance of the ecosystem! 

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Elevate Your Science Experience

Students will fall in love with science through the lens of learning.
Enter the scientific world of Killer Snails and let your scientific journey of curiosity and exploration begin.

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Testimonials

★★★★★

“It was AMAZING! A fantastic program, and the developers obviously put a lot of time and thought into it. I was impressed with the organization and the ease of use. Such a fun and interactive lesson.”

★★★★★

“The students really enjoyed the real-life scenarios. They were able to engage with it at such a level that it meant something to them, and I think that’s when they grew the most from it.”

★★★★★

“Kids kept asking, ‘Can we do it again?’ and a lot of them would go look at it again during their downtime.”

★★★★★

“It was AMAZING! A fantastic program, and the developers obviously put a lot of time and thought into it. I was impressed with the organization and the ease of use. Such a fun and interactive lesson.”

Real Teacher
★★★★★

“The students really enjoyed the real-life scenarios. They were able to engage with it at such a level that it meant something to them, and I think that’s when they grew the most from it.”