Rock crafts can be really fun! Take one ordinary rock you gathered on a nature walk (or picked up at the dollar store) and transform it into a cute painted rock bug! What you need: What you do:
You will need: Put each snack on a napkin, paper towel, or paper plate; label them and add arrows to represent the cycle. Enjoy your snack while you talk about metamorphosis or observe live butterflies. Adapted from https://www.myjoyfilledlife.com/edible-butterfly-life-cycle/
Make a special book to store all the information you know about insects! You can add to it as you continue to learn more and more about the many insects you’ll find. These instructions include how to make a photography/drawing collection, rather than the traditional pinned kind. What You
Explore the Museum’s Exhibits to solve the clues and learn more about the importance of an animal's bones. All vertebrates have a backbone and skeletal structure for support and strength. Many of these bones are uniquely formed to help serve a function that helps these animals survive. Can you find
Saturdays in February & March at 12:30 pmFebruary 11, 18, & 25March 4, 11, 18, & 25FREE for Members or with General Admission What if the animal kingdom worked like professional sports? Can you pick the best of the best? Each week during this Science on the Spot series, you will be
Tis the season, the halls are decked in red and green! But where can you find those colors in nature? Explore the Museum Exhibits and find some of the red and green holly, jolly colors nature has to offer.