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Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, January 30, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, January 30, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, January 31, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 1, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 1, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 2, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 2, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 2, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 2, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 3, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 3, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 3, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 3, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades 3-5) Marine Ecosystems - Pilot Program

In-Person Programs for Homeschoolers Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   Marine Ecosystems During this museum educator-led program, students take on the role of a school of Pacific Salmon in a role-playing game through the anadromous life cycle of salmon. Each play of the game introduces new interactions and relationships between organisms helping students examine how matter and energy flow through connected marine ecosystems.  Please note that this program designed for students in grades 3-5 and led by Museum Educators. To be eligible, participating students must be in grades 3 through 5, and at least 8 years old by the date of the program. For younger students, please explore our Homeschool Day programs for students in grades K-2. We strongly recommend that all students, teachers, and chaperones wear masks during their visit. Onsite… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 6, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades 6-12) Reefs Unleashed

In-Person Programs for Homeschoolers Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   Reefs Unleashed During this museum educator-led program, students explore how Smithsonian scientists measure the biodiversity of coral reefs using nondestructive methods. They will model the same scientific processes used by our scientists by observing and analyzing images of plates with the actual organisms that live in the Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures (ARMS) to better understand human impact on coral reefs. Based upon their observations students develop, test, and refine explanations and potential recommendations for protecting and preserving coral reefs. Please note that this program designed for students in grades 6-12 and led by museum educators. To be eligible, participating students must be in grades 6 through 12, and at least 11 years old by the date of… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 6, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:30 AM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades 6-12) Reefs Unleashed

In-Person Programs for Homeschoolers Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   Reefs Unleashed During this museum educator-led program, students explore how Smithsonian scientists measure the biodiversity of coral reefs using nondestructive methods. They will model the same scientific processes used by our scientists by observing and analyzing images of plates with the actual organisms that live in the Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures (ARMS) to better understand human impact on coral reefs. Based upon their observations students develop, test, and refine explanations and potential recommendations for protecting and preserving coral reefs. Please note that this program designed for students in grades 6-12 and led by museum educators. To be eligible, participating students must be in grades 6 through 12, and at least 11 years old by the date of… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 6, 2023, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades K-2) Classifying Shells

In-Person Programs for Homeschoolers Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   Classifying Shells  Students will observe, describe, compare, contrast, and sort a variety of shells to sharpen their classification skills and strategies in this museum educator-led program. Please note that this program designed for students in grades K-2 and led by Museum Educators. To be eligible, participating students must be in grades K through 2, and at least 5 years old by the date of the program. For older students, please explore our Homeschool Day programs for students in grades 3-5 and 6-12. We strongly recommend that all students, teachers, and chaperones wear masks during their visit. Onsite school programs may be cancelled by the museum due to unforeseen circumstances. This may include the day of your scheduled program. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 6, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 9, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 9, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 9, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 9, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 10, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 10, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 10, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 10, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 13, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 13, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 13, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 13, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 14, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 14, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 14, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 14, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 15, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 15, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 15, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 15, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 16, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 16, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 16, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 16, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 17, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 17, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 17, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 17, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 21, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 21, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 21, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 21, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 23, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 23, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 23, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, February 23, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 24, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 24, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 24, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, February 24, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 27, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 27, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 27, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, February 27, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 28, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 28, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 28, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, February 28, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 1, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 1, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 1, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 1, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 3, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 3, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 3, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 3, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades 3-5) Insect Survival

In-Person Programs for Homeschoolers Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   Insect Survival   During this museum educator-led program, students practice scientific skills and explore the survival strategies of insects. Students identify survival techniques such as camouflage, mimicry, biting, stinging and flying.  Please note that this program designed for students in grades 3-5 and led by Museum Educators. To be eligible, participating students must be in grades 3 through 5, and at least 8 years old by the date of the program. For younger students, please explore our Homeschool Day programs for students in grades K-2. We strongly recommend that all students, teachers, and chaperones wear masks during their visit. Onsite school programs may be cancelled by the museum due to unforeseen circumstances. This may include the day of your scheduled… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 6, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades 6-12) Exploded Cellphone - Pilot Program

In-Person Programs for Homeschoolers Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   Exploded Cellphone Join museum educators and experts from the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) to pilot test a brand-new school program on cellphones!  We’ll explore a technique that anthropologists use to interrogate cultural objects to think deeply about materials, makers and processes. Please note that this program designed for students in grades 6-12 and led by museum educators. To be eligible, participating students must be in grades 6 through 12, and at least 11 years old by the date of the program. For younger students, please explore our Homeschool Day programs for students in grades K-2 and 3-5. We strongly recommend that all students, teachers, and chaperones wear masks during their visit. Onsite school programs may be cancelled by the museum due to… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 6, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:30 AM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades 6-12) Exploded Cellphone - Pilot Program

In-Person Programs for Homeschoolers Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   Exploded Cellphone Join museum educators and experts from the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) to pilot test a brand-new school program on cellphones!  We’ll explore a technique that anthropologists use to interrogate cultural objects to think deeply about materials, makers and processes. Please note that this program designed for students in grades 6-12 and led by museum educators. To be eligible, participating students must be in grades 6 through 12, and at least 11 years old by the date of the program. For younger students, please explore our Homeschool Day programs for students in grades K-2 and 3-5. We strongly recommend that all students, teachers, and chaperones wear masks during their visit. Onsite school programs may be cancelled by the museum due to… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 6, 2023, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades K-2) Discovering Dinosaurs

In-Person Programs for Homeschoolers Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   Discovering Dinosaurs  Explore dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals using fossil evidence. In this museum educator-led program, students observe, touch, compare, and contrast fossils of prehistoric animals to describe the animals’ characteristics and predict what those characteristics could tell us about how they lived their lives.  Please note that this program designed for students in grades K-2 and led by Museum Educators. To be eligible, participating students must be in grades K through 2, and at least 5 years old by the date of the program. For older students, please explore our Homeschool Day programs for students in grades 3-5 and 6-12. We strongly recommend that all students, teachers, and chaperones wear masks during their visit. Onsite school programs… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 6, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 7, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 7, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 7, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 7, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 8, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 8, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 8, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 8, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 9, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 9, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 9, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 9, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 10, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 10, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 10, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 10, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 13, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 13, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 13, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 13, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 14, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 14, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 14, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 14, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 16, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 16, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 16, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 16, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 17, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 17, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 17, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 17, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 20, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 20, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 20, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 20, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 21, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 21, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 21, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 21, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 22, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 22, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 22, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 22, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 23, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 23, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 23, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 23, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 24, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 24, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 24, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 24, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 27, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 27, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 27, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, March 27, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 30, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 30, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 30, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, March 30, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 31, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 31, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 31, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, March 31, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, April 4, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, April 4, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, April 4, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, April 4, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, April 6, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, April 6, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, April 6, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, April 6, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, April 7, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, April 7, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, April 7, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, April 7, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, April 10, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, April 10, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, April 10, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Monday, April 10, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, April 11, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, April 11, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, April 11, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Tuesday, April 11, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, April 13, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, April 13, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, April 13, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Thursday, April 13, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, April 14, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, April 14, 2023, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades K-5)

In-Person Programs for Grades K-5 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes. School programs for grades K-5 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 45 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 30 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 30 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: Grades K-2 Options: Animal Adaptations Discover how animals adapt to their environment by looking closely and making observations of animal specimens from the Museum’s collections. Students use observations and background knowledge to make inferences about how those adaptations help the animal to survive in its environment. Classifying Shells Students will observe, describe, compare,… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, April 14, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12)

In-Person Programs for Grades 6-12 Q?rius (pronounced "curious") is an interactive and experimental learning space that brings the unique assets of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History — the science, researchers, and collections — out from behind the scenes.   School programs for grades 6-12 are led by museum educators and designed to keep students on task for 60 minutes. Programs require a minimum of 15 students present to run, with a maximum of 35 students per program slot. If your group contains more than 35 students, you must register for a second slot. Teachers can choose from the following program offerings Mondays through Fridays: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE PROGRAM THAT YOU SELECT IN THE DROP-DOWN MENU DURING REGISTRATION. Bird Strike, During takeoff from Reagan National Airport, a plane collided with a flock of birds and was forced to make an emergency landing. During this museum educator-led program, students follow in the footsteps of Smithsonian scientists to determine the species of bird that… Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Categories: Workshops. Friday, April 14, 2023, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.