Brucemobile Outreach Education

The Bruce Museum is pleased to present Brucemobile Outreach programs for preschool through high school students. These programs bring museum objects and live animals to the classroom. The programs engage students in an interactive, object- and inquiry- based learning experience. Programs are available during and after school.

Below are the programs we offer for students in preschool through high school. Please contact Corinne Flax at cflax@brucemuseum.org or 203-413-6742 for program descriptions. To learn how to schedule a visit, click here.

Preschool

- Animal Adaptations
- Butterflies
- Coastal Ecology
- Seeds NEW FOR 2016-2017!
- Shapes and Patterns

Kindergarten through Second Grade

- Animal Adaptations
- Butterflies
- Coastal Ecology
- Desert Ecology
- Dinosaurs
- Insects NEW FOR 2016-2017!
- Nocturnal Animals NEW FOR 2016-2017!
- Seeds NEW FOR 2016-2017!
- Woodland Indian Life

Third through Fifth Grade

- Coastal Ecology
- Desert Ecology
- Rock Detectives
- Skeletons
- Woodland Indian Life

Middle School and High School

- Body as a Simple Machine
- Coastal Ecology
- Physics of Flight

Afterschool Series

- Exploring Ecosystems: a four part series designed for an afterschool setting with hands-on activities and dynamic discussions. This series can be extended into a 6 or 8 part series upon request. The four sessions include: Extreme Habitats: Deserts; Up in the air, down on the ground; Nocturnal Animals; Coastal Ecology (Intertidal Zone)