Museum of TV & Radio

The Museum of Television & Radio

Allows you to experience the entire inner workings of a radio studio...to a video archive of television programs.

 

Bronx Zoo Wildlife Conservation Society

The Bronx Zoo brings engaging programs for K-12 students right into your own classroom—live! All Distance Learning Expeditions include several live animal "guests"—gorillas, alligators, owls and more. Programs are 45 minutes to an hour and all include extensive teacher support materials. These time-tested, teacher-endorsed programs are aligned with the National Science Education Standards and have received rave reviews from students and teachers alike..

The Liberty Science Center The Liberty Science Center

An organization devoted to informal science & technology education through interactive exploration. They are dedicated to challenging the imagination and encouraging a better understanding of our world.

COSI

Cosi

Has a fantastic team in a video conference program that will involve students in hands-on activities and exciting science demonstrations. There are 4 different programs available: Sea Sleuths, Dot Dash to Dot Com, Gadget Works, and Body Building.

NASA NASA

Has an educational program for students to interact with a panel of experts.

Topics will vary. 

Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia Museum of Art

Demonstrates through its collection of art and its commitment to their preservation, study and display, to the needs and interests of a diverse audience.

Smithsonian - Museum of Natural History Smithsonian - Museum of Natural History

Conducts a Varity of programs for students, teachers, families & the general public.  These events or programs are on a first come first serve basis.

 

American Labor Museum American Labor Museum / Botto House National Landmark

Headquartered in Botto House, the 1908 home of immigrant silk mill workers, The American Labor Museum gives insight into the history of work, workers, and the labor movement in the United States, with emphasis on the ethnicity and immigrant experience of American workers. Programs include Child Labor 1900-Present, 1913 Paterson Silk Strike, Labor Art Classes and many more. 

Camden Children's Garden

 

Camden Children's Garden

The Camden Children's Garden is a very exciting project! It is a special place for the young and the young at heart to explore and discover the natural world. The Garden provides horticultural experiences for creative and imaginative play. Programs include A bouquet for Butterflies, Grow Lab, Hungry, Hungry Caterpillars, and many more. 

Everhart Museum  

Everhart Museum of Natural History, Art, and Science

Conducts programs for all grade levels and one specifically for grade levels 7-12. Programs include African Adinkra cloth, Ancient Egypt, Designosaur: How the Dinosaur Got it's Name, and many more.  

National Baseball Hall of Fame

 

National Baseball Hall of Fame

Baseball serves as a model for life where change is inevitable. Students will focus on changes in baseball equipment by viewing actual equipment used throughout the history of the game. *Also willing to meet expectations of classroom and create new workshops. Specifically designed for grades 4-8.

 

The Calvert Marine Museum

The Calvert Marine Museum explores how our prehistoric past, natural environments, and maritime heritage come together to tell a unique story of Chesapeake Bay.

   

 

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