The Nat is developing a series of educational videos that feature instructor-led virtual experiences based on our most popular in-museum exhibits and field trip programs. These videos are aligned with state and NGSS standards and will be of particular interest to K-5 students. The first series will be available in early October with offerings focused on grades 3-5, with more videos and content being released throughout the year. Later in the year, we'll have more information on virtual, live offerings that serve various grade-level students, families, and out-of-school time organizations.
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We are not currently taking reservations for in-museum classes, field trips, or outreach visits. We look forward to offering alternative programming in the near future. Please visit our current education resources in the meantime.
Museum adventures delivered straight to your classroom! Classes offered for Pre-K through fifth grade students are led by our knowledgeable museum docents. More.
Experiment in our learning labs! Explore our exhibits! Discover treasures in behind-the-scenes-tours! Learning opportunities are facilitated by museum educators, docents and scientists. More.
Do you already know what you’d like to book? Reservations are required for all group visits and classes. Click here to register.
Educator Appreciation Night is an annual event to thank local educators for their service. Educators can enjoy a catered dinner, check out our exhibitions, learn about museum programs, and meet our education staff, docents, NATuralists, and Canyoneers. Events are typically held in November, with registration beginning in October. Check back for details.