The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science will be closed to the public beginning Friday, February 26, and will remain closed until at least Wednesday, March 17. Read more information by clicking HERE. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Over the years, STEM Advocate and Educator, Dr. Darryl Baynes has created an entertaining formula for successfully communicating to students the relevance and importance of pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. MAEA, or the Minority Aviation Education Association, is the largest science and math outreach company in the nation owned and operated by African Americans.
Sayaka Ganz’s sculptures are amazing creations composed of everyday recycled and repurposed items that have either been disc arded or found in thrift stores. As you examine each sculpture, try to observe the different items that each are composed of.
This Guide is a resource book of background information, activities and curriculum suggestions to help all educators teach others (Kindergarten through 12th grade students) about the bosque. The Guide is a newly released major revision of the popular curriculum to teach about the Middle Rio Grande Valley ecosystem. The new edition is 621 pages and has activities for elementary through high school students. Click on the chapters below to find PDF downloads of selected content and activities.
Contains bilingual resource books of background information, activities, and curriculum suggestions to help all educators teach others (Kindergarten through 12th grade students) about a variety of science topics. Find lesson plans, activities, and experiments for your classroom.