Skulls Kit Training (grades K - 8)
© Chris Frank
What can you figure out about an animal by observing its skull? What do herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores have in common, and how can you tell them apart?
More About the Event
A skull can be a rich resource for exploring natural history and practicing observation, interpretation, and constructing explanations. In this workshop, you will investigate the skulls of seven Northern Californian mammals and learn how to figure out what an animal ate. You will be prepared to bring the Skulls Kit into your classroom and guide your students through an unforgettable learning experience.
Tuesday November 14, 2017
4:30 - 6:30 pm
Become eligible to borrow the Skulls Kit to use in your classroom.
Gain access to the Skulls Kit lesson plans, whether you borrow the kit or not.
You may arrive early to explore the Academy’s exhibits before the workshop.
About the Skulls Kit
Visit the Skulls Kit page to see activity descriptions and the materials that are included in the kit.
How Do I Join?
Tickets are only $20.
This workshop sold out by late September!
As the date approaches for this kit training workshop, you can attempt to call 877-227-3311 on any day of the week to see if space has opened up. While we can't manage an official waitlist, that's your best bet. We hope to see you at the Academy soon!
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