Out of this World!
Come explore the universe with us! We’ll discover how our days, seasons, and years can be predicted by the orbit of Earth around the sun. We’ll learn how stars in our galaxy and planets in solar system compare to each other and try our hand at modeling how stars are formed.

Class Length (Minutes): 50.00

https://www.cilc.org/ContentProvider/Program.aspx?id=8235

Exploring Reptiles: Peek under those scales
Uncover the adaptations a reptile has that allows it to interact with its environment in a unique and successful way. What's going on under those scales? Is it cool to be cold-blooded? Students will explore animal senses in order to make connections to multiple adaptations and traits that are special to reptiles. Each program is customized, based on the grade level of your group. Be a herpetologist with our museum team!

Class Length (Minutes): 60.00

https://www.cilc.org/ContentProvider/Program.aspx?id=8408

Weather Wow! Hurricane Trackers [FREE]
A new tropical cyclone has been detected in the Atlantic Ocean! Your class of meteorologists-in-training must work collaboratively in teams to track the developing hurricane and make an emergency response plan for a coastal town. Immerse your students in an exciting, interactive adventure as they explore weather hazards, interpret and communicate incoming weather data, and discuss how to prepare and reduce impacts of the storm.

Class Length (Minutes): 45.00

https://www.cilc.org/ContentProvider/Program.aspx?id=9062

Recess & The Rural Schoolhouse
We all have our favorite recess games and activities at school but what did kids in the mid- to late 1800s do for fun? Explore a variety of games and toys that were common during a typical school day in a one-room schoolhouse and see how they compare to modern times! The session will include an interactive activity that helps to illustrate the creativity of schoolhouse playtime!

Class Length (Minutes): 60.00

https://www.cilc.org/ContentProvider/Program.aspx?id=9459

Exploring Fossils: Clues to the Past
Fossils are clues to past environments. Take a look at specimens from our collections and see if you can identify their long-lost habitat. Discover how fossils are formed and investigate shared characteristics of fossils from a particular environment by utilizing the same paleontology techniques as the experts!

Class Length (Minutes): 50.00

https://www.cilc.org/ContentProvider/Program.aspx?id=8338

Live from the Docks
Students will have the opportunity to interact and speak with a trainer or dolphin expert who is live on the docks with members of our dolphin family. This is a question and answer style session which allows it to be customized to a variety of grade levels as well as content and curriculum areas. The program requester submits a list of key topics or questions for our experts to focus on and the participants help to guide the rest.

Class Length (Minutes): 0.00

https://www.cilc.org/ContentProvider/Program.aspx?id=6920

THE ATMOSPHERE: OUR REMARKABLE ENVELOPE OF AIR
Learn about the remarkable and ever-active envelope of air surrounding our planet. We’ll discuss the daily and seasonal changes of weather and climate.

Class Length (Minutes): 0.00

https://www.cmnh.org/learn/school-programs/prek%E2%80%932nd-grade-resources-virtual-field-trips

You Are What You Eat: How Nutrition Affects Health
Get a taste of the “MyPlate” dietary guidelines while learning to create healthy meals based on the different food groups. Test what your body can do with a calorie of food energy, and look at some real human specimens that illustrate you really ARE what you eat!

Class Length (Minutes): 0.00

https://www.cmnh.org/learn/school-programs/interactive-video-conference

The Science of Fire with Professor Sparks (FREE)
Join Professor Sparks in her lab as she and her robot canine companion, Spot 2000, take your class through concepts such as the elements of fire, heat and fuel sources, chemical reactions, and much more. This fast pace program with music and sound effects will be an experience your class will not forget. This Distance Learning Program is a part of the education program at the FASNY Museum of Firefighting. This program will help you and your students explore and learn science concepts while learning about fire safety. The purpose of this learning program is to raise awareness and instill understanding of the science of fire, promoting scientific discovery and fire safety and prevention. By exploring this distance learning segment, you can help your students better comprehend basic, scientific concepts and the fundamental facts about fire. With this knowledge your students will have a raised awareness about fire safety. For grades 3-4.

Class Length (Minutes): 45.00

https://www.cilc.org/ContentProvider/Program.aspx?id=8449

What's inside Stuffee?
In this larger-than-life anatomical experience, we turn our big-hearted friend Stuffee inside out to look at his chest and abdominal organs. Learn about the cardiovascular, respiratory, and digestive systems. Put him back together to see how his systems are connected, and find out what you can do to keep your own organs in top shape! https://www.cmnh.org/CMNH/media/CMNH_Media/CMNH@Night/What-s-Insire-StuffeeFINAL_TG_IVC_2021-merged_1.pdf

Class Length (Minutes): 0.00

https://www.cmnh.org/prek%E2%80%932nd-grade-resources-interactive-video-conference