|Bell Museum Classroom Programs|
|Post Date:||September 11, 2019|
Our classroom programs provide an excellent way to expand your group's museum experience. Spend an hour focusing on a particular aspect of Minnesota ecology. Program topics may include predator/prey relationships, Minnesota ecology, or a specific animal, such as the black bear. Most programs include games, videos, and stories along with natural history objects such as fur, bones, or a taxidermied animal.
Groups of more than 40 students often choose to split their visit, with half the group participating in a discovery tour while the other half participates in a classroom program. The two groups then switch activities for the second hour.
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|Order information or contact:||Bell Museum registrations: (612) 626-9660|
|MAEE Partner||Bell Museum of Natural History|