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Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Video Webcast - What's a Lichen? How a Smithsonian Scientist Studies a Unique Symbiosis with Manuela Dal Forno

Smithsonian Science How? webcasts Lichens are all around us — on trees, rocks, and even some buildings. But, what is a lichen? And what good are they? Lichen scientist Manuela Dal Forno will help students understand the special symbiotic relationship inside each lichen. She will show students the different steps she takes to study lichens: finding them in nature, looking at them under a microscope, and analyzing their DNA. She will share why we care about lichens: Understanding the life around us is important for understanding nature and how environments are changing. For instance, many lichens are indicators of air quality and others provide habitats for insects and nest material for hummingbirds. Throughout the broadcast, Manuela will take questions from your students via text chat and there will be opportunities for students to share what they think using live polls. Standards: This webcast supports standards of learning in Life Science. , Skills: Throughout the program, we will emphasize the basic science skills Manuela uses that… Categories: Webcasts & Online. Topics: Science & Nature. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Online; Internet connection required. Webcast: https://naturalhistory.si.edu/education/distance-learning/what-is-lichen-symbiosis. Cost: Free, but registration is requested. Click the "sign up" button to register. Related Events: Repeats at 2pm ET. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM. For more info visit naturalhistory.si.edu.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Video Webcast - What's a Lichen? How a Smithsonian Scientist Studies a Unique Symbiosis with Manuela Dal Forno

Smithsonian Science How? webcasts Lichens are all around us — on trees, rocks, and even some buildings. But, what is a lichen? And what good are they? Lichen scientist Manuela Dal Forno will help students understand the special symbiotic relationship inside each lichen. She will show students the different steps she takes to study lichens: finding them in nature, looking at them under a microscope, and analyzing their DNA. She will share why we care about lichens: Understanding the life around us is important for understanding nature and how environments are changing. For instance, many lichens are indicators of air quality and others provide habitats for insects and nest material for hummingbirds. Throughout the broadcast, Manuela will take questions from your students via text chat and there will be opportunities for students to share what they think using live polls. Standards: This webcast supports standards of learning in Life Science. See the complete list of standards alignment. , Skills: Throughout the program, we will… Categories: Webcasts & Online. Topics: Science & Nature. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Online; Internet connection required. Webcast: https://naturalhistory.si.edu/education/distance-learning/what-is-lichen-symbiosis. Cost: Free, but registration is requested. Click the "sign up" button to register. Related Events: Earlier show at 11am ET. Thursday, November 14, 2019, 2:00 PM – 2:30 PM. For more info visit naturalhistory.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, November 15, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, November 15, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, November 15, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, November 15, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, November 15, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, November 15, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Monday, November 18, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Monday, November 18, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Monday, November 18, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Monday, November 18, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

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NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades 6-12) Deep Time Paleobiology

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experiences. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. Q?rius Homeschool Day programs are 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 11 years old by the date of the program. For students in grades K-5 , please explore the Q?rius jr. Homeschool Days and Kits. Frequently Asked Questions, Deep Time Paleobiology Have you ever wondered what the world looked like when the dinosaurs were alive? We invite students to explore how Smithsonian paleontologists here at the National Museum of Natural History reconstruct past ecosystems by studying and working with real 66-million-year-old microfossils. In addition… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Monday, December 2, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:30 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experiences. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. Q?rius Homeschool Day programs are 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 11 years old by the date of the program. For students in grades K-5 , please explore the Q?rius jr. Homeschool Days and Kits. Frequently Asked Questions, Deep Time Paleobiology Have you ever wondered what the world looked like when the dinosaurs were alive? We invite students to explore how Smithsonian paleontologists here at the National Museum of Natural History reconstruct past ecosystems by studying and working with real 66-million-year-old microfossils. In addition… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Monday, December 2, 2019, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room Homeschool Day (Grades K-2) Discovering Dinosaurs

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff. Participating students must be in grades K through 2, and 5 years old by the date of the program. Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Please contact us at nmnhschoolprograms@si.edu or 202-633-4039 with additional questions about programs or logistics. Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Monday, December 2, 2019, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, December 4, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, December 4, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, December 4, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, December 4, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 5, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 5, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 5, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 5, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 5, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, December 18, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 19, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 19, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 19, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 19, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 19, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, December 19, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, December 20, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, December 20, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, December 20, 2019, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, December 20, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, December 20, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, December 20, 2019, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, January 2, 2020, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, January 2, 2020, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, January 2, 2020, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Thursday, January 2, 2020, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, January 3, 2020, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, January 3, 2020, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, January 3, 2020, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, January 3, 2020, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, January 3, 2020, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Friday, January 3, 2020, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

Q?rius Homeschool Day (Grades 6-12) A "Grizzly" Discovery

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NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays,Fridays, and select Wednesdays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. … Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius jr.: a discovery room School Programs (Grades K-5)

NMNH Q?rius Jr. Programs In Q?rius jr.: a discovery room students practice their scientific inquiry skills as they interact with objects from the Museum’s collections. Programs are developed from exhibition themes and emphasize comparing and contrasting objects, closely examining specimens such as fossils, skulls, and shells, and using evidence to draw conclusions. All school programs are led by Museum staff, 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 these program offerings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Grades K-1: Discovering Dinosaurs Explore dinosaurs through fossil remains: in this staff-led program, students will observe, handle, compare, and contrast dinosaur fossils, describe dinosaur characteristics, and predict why dinosaurs have different kinds of teeth and claws. Grades K-2: Animal… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Q?rius jr.: a discovery room. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

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Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.

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NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 1:Mystery at Yorktown Creek/Bird Strike/Dig Deep/Deep Time

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 1: Forensic Mysteries - Mystery at Yorktown Creek Erosion along a creek bed produces a startling discovery – a human skeleton! Before the clues are washed away forever, students will get the chance to examine the evidence collected by the archaeologist during this staff-led program. Using the forensic… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM. For more info visit qrius.si.edu.

Q?rius School Programs (Grades 6-12) Slot 2: A "Grizzly" Discovery/Collections Challenge/Reefs Unleashed

NMNH Q?rius Programs Q?rius - pronounced curious - is a new way to connect science with everyday experience. Located at the Constitution Avenue Lobby entrance of the National Museum of Natural History, Q?rius is a large, physical space rich with educational science activities, collection objects, and resources designed to engage students with one-of-a-kind science learning experiences. 60-minute programs for Grades 6-12 are led by Museum Educators. Minimum of 15 students per class is required; maximum number is 35 per class. 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. Slot 2 Forensic Mysteries - A "Grizzly" Discovery A group of hikers stumbled across what looks like human remains. Have they found a crime scene or could there be another explanation? During this staff-led program, students will examine real human bones, objects and artifacts using the forensic tools and… Categories: Workshops. Sponsor: Natural History Museum. Venue: Natural History Museum. Event Location: Ground Floor, Q?rius. Cost: FREE, but registration is required. Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM.