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Monday, October 5, 2015
Boston Museum of Science News! Great Field Trips and Programs
E-News for Educators
IN THIS ISSUE
FEATURED - The Science Behind Pixar
SAVINGS - $5 Field Trips
SPECIAL PROGRAMS - Student Archaeology Fair - Science in the News - National Chemistry Week
PLAN A FIELD TRIP
For information on field trips or to make a
reservation, contact Science Central (open daily 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Need help getting started? Our Museum educators are happy to help you create a field trip with a field trip planning session. Call 617-589-0172.
IN THE PLANETARIUM
Are your students curious about the latest
news from Pluto? Visit the Charles Hayden Planetarium to see new
pictures and hear about discoveries from the New Horizons mission.
On Exhibit Through Sunday, January 10 | Timed Ticket Required
Learn about the filmmaking process through hands-on activities inspired by some of Pixar’s most treasured films, from Toy Story to Pixar’s newest film Inside Out.
Resources for teachers include a full educator guide, the ability to
preview the exhibition before you bring your class, and more!
Schools with free and reduced lunch participation
at or above 35% and/or schools with a population of economically
disadvantaged students at or above 25% can take advantage of half-price
Exhibit Halls admission in October and January! Contact Science Central
at 617-723-2500 to book your field trip. (Grades K – 12)
Friday, October 16 | Free with Exhibit Halls Admission
the excitement of archaeology with dozens of hands-on activities, live
presentations, and special programs. Learn about geophysics and
archaeology from Meg Watters, and 3-D laser scanning of archaeological
sites from Stephen Wilkes. (Grades 3 – 12)
about the chemistry of light and color! This annual event includes a
stimulating talk in Cahners Theater and hands-on chemistry activities
throughout the Museum. Call 617-723-2500 to register. (Grades 9 – 12)