The World's Largest Dinosaurs
If you are coming to the Museum today, please use one of the following entrances: 79th Street and Central Park West, subway entrance, or Weston Pavilion (Columbus Avenue entrance). The Rose Center for Earth and Space and the 81st Street entrance will be closed today, Friday, May 24.
The World's Largest Dinosaurs explores how scientists study fossils and living animals to understand sauropod biology, and what we can learn from these extinct animals about what it means to be big. This comprehensive guide will help you explore the exhibition with your students.
The Educator's Guide is the main teaching tool for the exhibition. It offers background and instructional strategies all correlated to standards for before, during, and after your visit. Help students understand the important concepts in the exhibition with this practical and printable guide.
The Museum's The World's Largest Dinosaurs exhibition takes an in-depth look at sauropods and the science behind their size. This comprehensive guide will help you explore the exhibition with your students. It includes: