Teacher Resources

The Museum supports Teachers with a rich variety of resources!

 

 

 

 


Classroom Kits

Use the Museum’s Education Collection in your classroom! Outreach kits are free and designed to fit any classroom’s need. Take learning to a new level and let your students hold items like quartz crystals, model skulls, whale baleen, and furs. Below are ready-made classroom kits, but we can create kits for almost any subject. 

  • Predator and Prey Adaptions: Skulls and animal furs help students identify key adaptations that herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores have to help them survive.
  • Monarch Butterflies, Build-an-Insect: Transform one of your students into a monarch butterfly! Classes learn about the differences between mammals and insects as well as the basic biology of a monarch butterfly with this classroom kit.
  • The Ohlone and Natural Resources: How did the Ohlone live? Share arrowheads, a tule canoe, deer pelts, and other natural resources the Ohlone people used during their everyday life with your students.

Request a Classroom Kit

Each kit is free of charge and may be checked out for a one week period. Complete the form below to request a kit.

Name of Teacher Requesting Classroom Kit *
Name of Teacher Requesting Classroom Kit
I am interested in checking out the following Classroom Kits: *

Project WILD, One-Day Teacher Education Program

The Museum will be providing the WILD program for Teachers this Fall. This is a one-day workshop.  Learn more about Project WILD.

Please complete this form and the Museum will email you program information when the workshop is scheduled.

Name of Teacher Interested in Project WILD *
Name of Teacher Interested in Project WILD

Project WET, One-Day Teacher Workshop

The Museum will be providing a workshop on Water Education for Teachers (WET) for Teachers this Fall.  This is a one-day workshop. Learn more about project WET.

Project WET Teacher Workshop
35.00

    Teach your students all about water and it's crucial role in our environment with Project WET Curriculum. Participants receive a Project WET curriculum guide and training on different lessons and online resources. Learn about classroom kits for project wet lessons available from the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History for use in your classroom.

WHEN:       Saturday, November 15, 2014, 9:00 am– 3:30 pm

WHERE:      Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History

 

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Can't Make it to the upcoming workshop?

Please complete this form and the Museum will email you program information when the next Project WET workshop is scheduled.

Name of Teacher Interested in Project WET *
Name of Teacher Interested in Project WET
Phone *
Phone

LiMPETS Citizen Science Teacher Workshop

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The Museum holds two Teacher Workshops to train teachers in how to utilize the LiMPETS program to meet Next Generation Science Standards. One workshop addresses the Rocky Intertidal LiMPETS Program and one workshop addresses the Sand Crab Monitoring LiMPETS Program. (Click here to learn more about the LiMPETS program.)

Please complete this form and the Museum will email you program information when the workshop is scheduled.

Name of Teacher Interested in LiMPETS Teacher Workshop *
Name of Teacher Interested in LiMPETS Teacher Workshop
Phone *
Phone
I am interested in:

Monarch Citizen Science Teacher Workshop

The Museum holds one Monarch Citizen Science Teacher Workshops to train teachers in how to utilize the Museum's Monarch Citizen Science program to meet Next Generation Science Standards. 

Please complete this form and the Museum will email you program information when the workshop is scheduled.

Name of Teacher Interested in Monarch Teacher Workshop *
Name of Teacher Interested in Monarch Teacher Workshop
Phone
Phone