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12th Armored Division Memorial Museum
Actors Company
Adventures In Medicine & Science (AIMS) Program of Saint Louis University
Alaska SeaLife Center
Alaska Zoo
Amarillo Zoo
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Aquarium of the Pacific
Army Women's Museum
Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park
Author Valerie Marsh
Authors on Call/iNK Think Tank
Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre (Canada)
Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
Born 2 Move Movement Adventures
Brad Tassell
Bronx Zoo/Wildlife Conservation Society
Brown V. Board of Education
Buffalo Zoo
Burritt on the Mountain: A Living Museum
Butterfly Pavilion
Byrnes Health Education Center
COSI Columbus
California Academy of Sciences
Calvert Marine Museum
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Center for Puppetry Arts
Challenger Learning Center (Rochester, New York)
Challenger Learning Center (West Virginia)
Channel Islands National Park
Chimp Haven Inc.
Cincinnati Art Museum
Cleveland Institute of Music
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Craigmore Creations
Cranbrook Institute of Science
Creative Discovery Museum
Denali National Park and Preserve
Denver Art Museum
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Discovery Center of Springfield
Dolphin Research Center
Durham Museum
EarlyWorks Museum
East Central Ohio Educational Service Center
Ellis Island Immigration Museum
FASNY Museum of Firefighting
Fizzics Education
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve
George Bush Presidential Library & Museum (41)
Glacier Bay National Park and Reserve
Global Education Motivators
Greenville Zoo
Hank Fincken: A National Theatre Company of One
Hartley Outdoor Education Center
Historic Washington State Park
History Connects from the Virgina Historical Society
History Live
Homestead National Monument of America
Houston Audubon
Houston Zoo
Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center
Inspired Classroom
International Spy Museum
International Wolf Center
JETS - Jerusalem EdTech Solutions
Kenai Fjords National Park
Kentucky Science Center
Kings County Office of Education
Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site
Learn Around the World
Lee Richardson Zoo
Liberty Science Center
Longwood Gardens
Manhattan School of Music
McMillen Health
Milwaukee Public Musuem
Minnesota Zoo
Mote Marine Laboratory
Museum of Flight
Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center
National Baseball Hall of Fame
National Constitution Center
National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
New York Hall of Science
New York State Historical Association and The Farmers' Museum
Nicodemus National Historic Site
Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab at Marian University
North Carolina Aquariums
Ohio History Connection
Oiada International
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium
Panhandle Plains Historical Museum
Penn Museum
Pennsbury Manor
President James K. Polk Museum
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Reef HQ Aquarium (Australia)
Roper Mountain
Royal Botanical Gardens
Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology
SOITA Learning Technologies
Saint Louis Zoo
Science Central
Seward House Museum
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of Natural History
Smoky Hill Education Service Center
Space Center Houston
Sunset Zoo
Tennessee Aquarium
Texas State Aquarium
The Bathysphere Underwater Biology Lab
The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts
The Durham Museum
The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center
The Mariner's Museum
The National WWII Museum
The Paley Center for Media
The Perot Museum of Nature & Science
The Sheffield Museum of Rural Life
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
The Toledo Zoo
Theatre Geeks
Timeline Studio by the Maryland Historical Society
University of Nebraska State Museum
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum
Let's Go To The Show!
Cleveland Institute of Music
Pre K - K
50 minutes
Students experience the thrill of singing and dancing in an opera as they learn some basic elements of music.
Preschool Slime Time
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Pre K - K
30 minutes
Our most popular program goes PRESCHOOL! We talk about using your senses, making observations and solids, liquids and gasses in this fun program for PreK students. Make one slime on camera with our educators, and we'll send you the supplies needed for a second slime sensory bin and further exploration.
Explore Your Five Senses!
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Pre K - K
45 minutes
Ever wonder why you can smell, hear, taste, see, and feel? Come find out how your senses help you to discover the world around you. Students will explore their senses with 4 hands-on activities (sense of taste is optional). Materials are provided for all activities.
Friends in the Sea, Are you like me?
Aquarium of the Pacific
Pre K - K
40 minutes
Follow Gracie, a baby gray whale, in search of animals that are just like her. Along the way, she will discover that just because they live underwater, not all ocean animals look or sound the same. On this learning adventure, students will use sound, movement and observations to discover some of the animas that make the ocean their home. During the program Aquarium of the Pacific educators will take your students on a gray whale's journey. The class will include the following: 1. An introductory video about the Aquarium 2. Shape discussion using shapes found on ocean animals 3. A game about colors in the ocean 4. A large, virtual story book about Gracie the gray whale 5. Moving like sea animals such as sharks, whales, and sea jellies 6. Discuss pollution and how students can help ocean animals 7. Question and answer session
Who Lives Where? Alaska's Marine Animals
Alaska SeaLife Center
Pre K - K
50 minutes
This class is designed for very young students or students who need more practice communicating. As we look at different animals from Alaska’s marine ecosystems, students have the opportunity to discuss how the animals move and eat, as well as where they live and why. 1. If the class is small enough and able, each child introduces him/herself. 2. We examine a variety of animals from Alaska’s marine ecosystem. Most of these animals will be seen in our tanks. 3. As we observe the animals’ behaviors and structures, the class talks about how the animals capture their food and where they live, as well as other characteristics. 4. Students have a worksheet showing the different zones in the ocean. Students attach stickers of the animals to the worksheet, showing where the animals like to live and their relationship to other animals of the same zone. 5. Time is allotted for Q&A from the students.