Join us for an exciting educational experience which includes a lesson and activity followed by free exploration of the museum and our interactive exhibits.
Pricing is $9 per child and $5 per chaperone over the required 1:5 ratio.
Activity Options- Pre-K through Grade 2
Take a closer look at dinosaur fossils and learn about where they came from. Dig like a real paleontologist and make your own fossil to bring home.
The Great Attraction: Magnets (Part 1)
Explore a variety of objects and learn what is magnetic, and what is not. Use magnets to move objects around and make magnet art to bring home.
Sounds Around Us
Sounds and vibrations are explored through a variety of objects and instruments. Make your own rain stick to bring home.
Use aluminum to design your very own boat. Have fun exploring how much weight your boat can hold in water.
Learn what is involved in building a structure. Create a city with the buildings you designed.
Solar System (1 - 3)
Determine what the center of the solar system is, name the planets, and make your own solar system.
Explore mixing the primary colors to create many different colors. Be challenged to record the "formula" for some of your color creations.
Activity Options- Grades 3-5
Have fun building and launching your very own flyers. Explore the factors that will determine how far they will go.
Sand Investigation (2 - 4)
Explore and investigate sands from around the world.
Owl Pellet Examinations
Dissect an owl pellet and explore what's inside. Learn about how owl pellets are formed.
Work in teams to design and build a structure. Explore how you can use the materials to build within size requirements.
Students will be able to demonstrate proper usage of the Brock microscope. Take a closer look at your fingerprints, animal skins, and much more!
The Great Attraction: Magnets (Part 2)
Explore using magnets to make patterns. Use magnets to see how powerful they can be.
Force and Motion
Explore using a variety of materials to experience how some forces create movement: inertia, friction, potential and kinetic energy.
*We are continuously developing new lessons and programs. Please contact us for our current offerings.
Contact us for availability and booking. Call 203-364-4009 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.