March 14, 2019 to March 15, 2019
02:00 PM until 03:00 PM
Features hands-on educational programs that explore animals and the wonderful world of osteology.
Thursday- Amazing Animal Adaptations
All animals have adaptations that help them to survive their environment. This program teaches students to identify a variety of skeletal and external features that enable animals to hunt, hide, navigate, find a mate and more.
Best suited for kids in kindergarten - 5th grade.
Friday - Locomotion & Skeletal Adaptations
Locomotion & Skeletal Adaptations familiarizes students with a key feature to animal survival: locomotion. Participants will observe skeletal features that define a particular type of movement, and then name and imitate that movement.Students will practice critical thinking skills and teamwork.
Best suited for kids in 1st - 5th grade.
LocationSkeletons: Museum of Osteology View map
10301 S Sunnylane Rd,
Oklahoma City, OK, US