Pre-K to Grade 2
How does a Veiled Chameleon's body resemble its environment? What colors are a Burmese Python's spots? Use what you know about squamates to bring these drawings to life.
Investigate the weird and wonderful plants and animals that live on Earth—and how they depend on each other—with this kid-friendly guide to biodiversity.
Every November, millions of people celebrate Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. ... in a cornucopia of different ways. Look at the role personal expression plays in shaping culture.
Can you curl your tongue? Do you have a "hitchhiker's thumb?" Investigate which of these four traits you share—and which of them are rare.
No matter what the weather or season, you can explore nature with these 11 challenges. See just how good your observation skills are by comparing butterflies, leaves, reptiles, fish, and more. Then record your own observations in a field journal.
Buckle up your virtual seatbelts for a trip to the Moon! This guide provides the key educational concepts of this show. After you "land on the Moon," use the suggested activities to continue your lunar exploration.
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.
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.
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).
How quickly do you see and how well do you remember? Play these games to find out — and then use them to train your brain to perform better.