5 Online Resources from the American Museum of Natural History

5 Online Resources from the American Museum of Natural History

It’s all about online resources these days. The American Museum of Natural History has tons of ways for kids to enjoy the museum right in the comfort of their home. Read on to check out a few resources from the museum that are sure to inspire your kids:

  1. In the OLogy science website, kids and families can find fun activities and games to learn about the natural world around them; online curriculum collections for teachers, parents, and students on topics ranging from dinosaurs to river ecology
  2. They have learning opportunities for all ages through Museum courses on CourseraKhan Academy, and Kahoot.
  3. You can also virtually visit the museum through the Museum’s YouTube channel, which features videos that take audiences into the institution’s world-class collections and into the field with researchers. 
  4. The museum’s Facebook page will also host previously recorded tours of the Museum’s halls and collections as Facebook Lives at 2 p.m. ET.
  5. The Museum’s Seminars on Science program offers online professional development programs for educators, the cost of which can include graduate credit. 

Audiences can also stay connected with the Museum on Facebook at facebook.com/naturalhistory, on Instagram at @AMNH, on Twitter at twitter.com/AMNH and on Tumblr at amnhnyc.


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