DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM RESOURCES
Adaptation Exploration: Owls Distance Learning Pre-visit video
Educators, watch this short video a few days before your program with the Museum and send your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention Middle School Educators and Students… Get Q?rius!
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is proud to partner with the National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Affliates to bring Q?rius to your classroom.
November 15, 2013 - January 12, 2014
Come discover an engineering feat in motorcycles as the Big Hubless rides into the Museum on November 15. Bryan Stalcup fabricated the Big Hubless chopper completely from scratch using scrap yard finds. The bike has a rear wheel without a hub or axle that sits on an industrial machine bearing.
Collections Technician (Part-time)
Under the supervision of the Collections Manager, the Collections Technician is responsible for inventorying and cataloging of history, archive, and science collections, preparing artifacts for storage, and database maintenance and data entry. The position requires resolute concentration and research skills, experience with artifact handling and preparation, and attention to detail and accuracy in data entry.
Let’s Get Curious!
Animalopolis: An Omni Film experience with the youngest guests in mind!
Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays
A special early learner morning hosted by Dynamo, the Museum’s dinosaur mascot! Discover some Animalopolis “stars” from our science collection!
Get ready to sing along with Dynamo as you learn about feathers, fur, skin and scales!
Star Trekker Treat:
Ensign Family Hour and Film
Space, the final frontier! Beam on board October 26
for family fun aboard the Starship Omni Theater!