In Classroom Program Descriptions

In Classroom Program Descriptions

The Bruce Museum offers in-classroom programs for preschool through high school students during which trained educators bring object’s from the Museum’s teaching collection to you and your students. Instructors engage students through inquiry-based discussions and close observation of collection objects.  All programs correspond to NGSS and Common Core standards and learning objectives. 

Below is a list of the programs we offer. Please contact Kathleen Holko at kholko@brucemuseum.org for program descriptions and curricular connections. To learn how to schedule a visit, click here. 

                                                             

 

Preschool

- Animal Adaptations

- Butterflies

- Seeds

- Shapes and Patterns

Kindergarten through Second Grade

-  Animal Adaptations

- Butterflies

- Desert Ecology

- Dinosaurs

- Insects

- Nocturnal Animals

- Seeds

- Woodland Indian Life

Third through Fifth Grade

- Desert Ecology

- Rock Detectives

- Skeletons

- Woodland Indian Life

Middle School and High School

- Body as a Simple Machine

- Physics of Flight

Afterschool Series

- Art and Animals, 4 part series (Kindergarten through Second Grade)

- Building, Mixing, Coasting and Floating, 4 part series (Third through Fifth Grade)