Buckle up your virtual seatbelts! This guide provides the key educational concepts of the dome show at the Museum's Hayden Planetarium. After you "land on the Moon," use the suggested tours to continue your lunar exploration throughout the Museum.
Take your students on a comprehensive tour of the moon to help them discover careers in science and education with this DVD and its classroom investigations.
Bats spend the night trying to fill their bellies. In fact, you'd have to down 10 pizzas for dinner to keep up with some. Investigate the 1,100 species that take to the night skies by the millions.
From blue butterflies and red frogs to a green iguana nicknamed "Iggy," meet the live animals in the Museum's exhibitions and the people who take care of them.
After a trip the immersive Hayden Planetarium, continue the lunar exploration with these interactive workshop activities that investigate the Moon’s habitability and sustainable resources.
Orbit the Earth and get an astronaut's view of a sunrise in space with this word-by-word script for the Field Trip to the Moon program at the Hayden Planetarium.
After viewing the Field Trip to the Moon dome show, continue your lunar journey by investigating its surface and formation around the Museum.
Some dinosaur names are short, while others are lengthy tongue twisters. But all are infused with meaning. Examine the linguistic roots of these terrible (deinos) lizards (sauros).
Travel with your students from a warm summer meadow to the deep sea to explore the phenomenon of bioluminescense with this practical and printable exhibit guide.