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Hall of Eastern Woodland Indians

Curriculum Collection

For Educators

This educator's guide provides K-12 teachers with information about key concepts of the Hall, which includes an anthropological view of Native Americans of the eastern United States and Canada as they were thought to have lived prior to and at the time of contact with Europeans. Background information and activities for pre-, during-, and post-visit focus on social science and art standards and curriculum.

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Educator Guide

Hall of Meteorites for educators

Get ready for a comprehensive look at meteorites through the latest research and cutting-edge technology. Make the most of your visit with this practical guide.

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Classroom Activity, Hands-on Activity

Just Add Water!

Give your class a tour of the diverse landscape of your own undersea realm!

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Classroom Activity, Hands-on Activity

That's Heavy!

This "heavy" experiment allows students to discover that salt water sinks in fresh water.

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Classroom Activity, Hands-on Activity

Water vs. Land

Brainstorm with your students a list of things that are possible in water that are not possible on land, and vice versa.

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Classroom Activity, Hands-on Activity

Be an Ocean Biodiversity Detective!

In this activity students will collect and closely observe specimens that have washed ashore to recognize different kinds of small ocean organisms.

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Educator Guide

Hall of Meteorites for educators

Get ready for a comprehensive look at meteorites through the latest research and cutting-edge technology. Make the most of your visit with this practical guide.

Educator Guide

Hall of Human Origins Educators Guide

Humans, like all species, are a product of evolution. Help students understand the evolutionary story of our taxonomic family with this practical and printable exhibit guide.

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Classroom Activity, Hands-on Activity

Cartesian Diver

In this hands-on experiment, students create a neutrally buoyant "diver" and then observe the effects of increased water pressure.

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Curriculum Collection

For Educators

Explore the cultural and historical ties that unite—and separate—the 4 billion people who live in the world’s largest landmass with this Educator's Guide and resources to the exhibition.

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