Natural History Summer Explorations: Deep Sea Animal Adaptations
Natural History Summer Explorations: Deep Sea Animal Adaptations
WhenMonday, July 13 – Friday, July 17, 2020
CategoriesKids & Families, Webcasts & Online
SponsorNatural History Museum
VenueNatural History Museum
Event LocationOnline; Internet connection required
CostFree. Registration is required.
Details

SIGN UP HAS CLOSED FOR THIS PROGRAM. Join museum experts for a week of ocean explorations that look at how science and art are interconnected in fun and important ways. Daily live video webinars will include demonstrations and conversations with different museum scientists and artists who will explore adaptations of some amazing deep sea animals through puppet making, drawing, dance and more! Each day will also include a self-directed activity that our young explorers can share with friends, family, and even our scientists and other participating explorers.

Live video webinars will be presented in Zoom video from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT daily, July 13-17.  A link to join the webinars will be emailed to registrants before the first day of the program.

Visit the program landing page for more information about each day's activities: naturalhistory.si.edu…

About Natural History Summer Explorations:
This free virtual summer program series allows youth to explore the world of natural history science in a fun and interactive way. Summer Explorations are recommended for children in grades 3-7, but all are welcome to attend. The week-long online programs and activities are hosted by museum educators and feature Smithsonian science experts. Each week we will explore a different theme in natural science and provide a suite of daily live webinars, activities, and projects.

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