These programs are designed to meet the needs of the
after-school audience and focus on specific science topics using
informal, inquiry-based activities. These programs are also
available for summer camps or other organized groups.
Group Size/Length: Maximum 30 students,
Cost: $130 per program
Travel fees apply.
Scholarships and bilingual educators may
Generous support of the Museum's School Programs Department
provided by Xcel Energy Foundation and U.S. Bank.
Age 3 - Grade 4
Study the basic anatomy of an insect and the amazing adaptations
that help these small creatures survive in the wild.
Age 3 - Grade 2
Join an expedition to seek out dinosaur bones.
Grades 4 - 8
You'll see toys in a whole new light as you examine the
potential and kinetic energy that makes them work.
Grades 2 - 5
Touch a real human femur. Investigate bones and muscles as you
observe a chicken wing dissection. Create your own dancing skeleton
to take home.
Challenge your cerebrum with a clever problem. Investigate the
nervous system as you observe a sheep brain dissection. Create your
own "brain-hat" to take home.
Challenge your blink reflex. Investigate the eye as you observe
a cow eye dissection. Create an eye craft to take home.
Compare the strength of heart muscle to skeletal muscle.
Investigate the circulatory system as you observe a sheep heart
dissection. Create a heart craft to take home.
Grades 2 - 8
As the engineer, you will go full throttle and experiment with
the basic principles of flight and motion.
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