Girls In Science Program
Super Saturday Science.
Calling all Girl Scouts, American Heritage Girls…and any girls ready to get up to their elbows in science!
Spark your young scientist’s curiosity and creativity with this hand-on workshop series designed to bring more girls into the fields of science. From learning about the Earth, to the creatures that live on it, we’ll explore the mysteries of science and nature.
This series is designed for girls 8-14 years old.
Saturday , October 5, 2019 10am-2pm Meet some of the Museum’s live animals and explore the Museum’s grounds as we learn about local habitats and the animals that live here. This workshop fulfills the Jr. Girl Scout Animal Habitats requirements-1,2,3,5 and the American Heritage Girls Nature & Wildlife requirements-1,3,5,6,7,9,10,12 Bring a sack lunch. Register Here […]
Girls Rock: Geology! On Wednesday March 18, at 10:00 until 3:00 Rocks and minerals come in amazing variety, we’ll learn how to identify them and start a rock collection. We’ll go on an “Incredible Journey” in the water cycle game and check-out Earth processes like volcanoes and erosion. We’ll let fossils take us into […]
Insects! That’s What! 10am-2pm Learn about the field of entomology as we discover amazing insects and other arthropods. We’ll explore the museums grounds to look for insects and insect homes, follow some insects and see what they do and how they live. Meet some of the Museums live arthropods and exotic specimens from the Collections […]
Saturday. April 25, @ 10am-2pm Discover some awesome bird adaptations by examining bird skulls, feet and feathers. Learn how to identify birds, use field guides and binoculars. Start a Life List as we explore the Museum’s grounds to check out our local birds and try your hand at migration. We’ll also dissect owl pellets to […]