Audubon for Kids
byposted on 8:54 AM, September 15, 2021
Resources for teaching about birds from Audubon.org
Science Museum of Minnesota Educator Resources
byposted on 8:47 AM, September 9, 2021
Here are a few resources for teachers, some of them free, provided by the Science Museum of Minnesota.
How Much of You is Alive?
byposted on 8:18 AM, September 9, 2021
Biology = the study of living organisms. How much of the human body is alive?
MnSTA Science Teaching Award
byposted on 8:51 AM, September 7, 2021
Nominations for the MnSTA Science Teaching Award are open
U of M Arboretum School Programs for 2021-2022 school year are open
byposted on 8:24 AM, September 7, 2021
You can now register for K - 6 science standards-based school programs.
New Digital Series from Nova: "Out of Our Elements"
byposted on 9:53 AM, September 2, 2021
From PBS: From the first molecule in the universe to the water we drink, hosts Caitlin and Arlo venture into the molecular stories underpinning our natural world.
Invasive Species and Your Classroom
byposted on 9:40 AM, August 23, 2021
The invasive species program at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is working to improve its communication to schools regarding invasive species. You can play an important role in protecting Minnesota waters.
NASA invites you to participate in this year’s Artemis Student Challenges.
byposted on 1:05 PM, August 19, 2021
These unique opportunities for high school and college students build foundational knowledge on technical topics and provide hands-on research design activities that contribute directly to the Artemis mission.
Universe in the Park this Sat at Lowry Nature Center
byposted on 12:31 PM, August 19, 2021
The Minnesota Institute for Astrophysics (MIfA) invites you to join us at our free outdoor Universe in the Park events this weekend, Saturday, August 21st.