Led by professional Museum educators, these 45-minute classes
engage students with a specific science topic using hands-on,
Group Size/Length: Maximum 30 students
per class, 45 minutes
Cost: $200/2 sessions of same class,
$70/each additional class; The Great Space Escape class: $300/2
sessions of same class, $85/each additional class
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 2
Jambo! Take a journey to the largest, most diverse continent on
Grades 3 - 6
Explore the diverse people and wildlife of the African
Join an expedition to seek out dinosaur bones.
Grades K - 6
Compare the lifestyles of American Indians in Colorado.
Learn how animals and plants are uniquely adapted to life in
Grades 6 - 8
Newly revised!We need your help to
solve a murder mystery using forensic science.
Grades 4 - 8
Use the investigative thinking processes of an archaeologist.
Uncover the customs, culture, and everyday life of ancient
Grades 2 - 5
Examine heart anatomy as you observe a sheep heart
Study the structure of an animal eye as you observe a cow eye
Grades 2 - 8
Venture into the biological diversity of rain forest ecosystems
by examining real Museum specimens.
Explore lung anatomy as you observe a sheep lung dissection.
Study brain anatomy as you observe a sheep brain dissection.
Examine how bones and muscles work together as you observe a
chicken wing dissection.
Grades K - 3
Imagine being an astronomer or astronaut working to understand our night sky.
Grades 5 - 6
Explore puberty during a sensitive, respectful, coed discussion
led by a professional educator.
Age 3 - Grade 1
Pique the curiosity of all five senses as you listen to mystery
sounds, tease your taste buds, and perform smell and touch
Age 3 - Grade 4
Study the basic anatomy of an insect and the amazing adaptations
that help these small creatures survive in the wild.
Grades 1 - 8
Leave the confines of your classroom's four walls and immerse yourself in the night sky in our digital portable planetarium.
New!Earth Science tells the story of Earth's past. Students will uncover Colorado's past by analyzing rocks, fossils, and soil materials from three different geologic eras.
From saliva to villi, explore the unusual and sometimes gross
parts of your digestive system, aka your guts.
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