ECE

The Museum offers a range of ECE professional development programs designed to strengthen your science expertise and help you better integrate hands-on science activities throughout your classroom.  These face-to-face programs feature special access to Museum resources.

Generous support of the Museum’s Teacher Programs Department provided by AJL Charitable Foundation, Agilent Technologies Foundation, BBVA Compass, SCFD, and Xcel Energy.

  • Science Tidbits: Rock Hounds

    For practicing Pre-K to grade 1 teachers.

    Saturday, February 6, 2016

    Children are curious about rocks, so where do you begin the conversation and how do you answer all their questions? 

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  • Science Tidbit: Insects - Colors and Patterns

    For practicing PreK to grade 1 teachers

    Saturday, March 19, 2016

    Insects may be little, but their colors and patterns are anything but! Explore how insects use color to hide, surprise and attract.

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  • Simply Science I (Early June)

    For practicing PreK–1st grade teachers

    June 13-14, 2016

    This workshop will give you an abundance of tools to get started and provide hands-on activities to help you include science in your classroom every day.

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  • Simply Science I (Late June)

    For practicing PreK–1st grade teachers

    June 27-28, 2016

    This workshop will give you an abundance of tools to get started and provide hands-on activities to help you include science in your classroom every day.

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  • Simply Science II

    For practicing PreK–1st grade teachers

    July 25-26, 2016

    Join us for a fun, two-day workshop designed to further develop your confidence in bringing authentic science experiences to your early childhood classroom. 

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  • Science Tidbits: Dig It!

    For practicing Pre-K to grade 1 teachers.

    Saturday, April 16, 2016

    The earth beneath our feet holds an amazing amount of information about our natural world!

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