STEM Connect-KC Calendar

EcoSystems of Kansas | VIRTUAL

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The KU Natural History Museum will explore the ecosystems of Kansas from long ago and how they changed over time. 80 million years ago Kansas was part of an inland sea, in this event, participants will see the organisms that lived in that sea and...

Free

KUNHM Youth Science Kit Distribution

KU Natural History Museum 1345 Jayhawk Blvd., Fourth floor, Jayhawk Walk, Lawrence, Kansas

The KU Natural History Museum will be distributing a limited number of free Science Kits for their offered Spring 2021 youth programs. Science Kits will include all materials necessary for the following online programs: • Story Book Science STEM Challenge – Writing in a Nature...

Free

Pop Up Science – Bird Beaks! | VIRTUAL

Online

The KU Natural History Museum will teach participants how bird beaks are adapted for eating different foods during this monthly Pop Up Science for kids. Have fun learning about beaks with this hands-on activity that helps kids create bird beak models out of common household...

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KUNHM March Story Book Science | VIRTUAL

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The KU Natural History Museum's Story Book Science events in March will be focused on National Parks!  This month, participants will learn about Marjory Stoneman Douglas and her work saving the Everglades. As well as the Grand Canyon and the Lion Queens of India, a...

Free

Science Kits Giveaway | LAWRENCE, KS

KU Natural History Museum 1345 Jayhawk Blvd., Fourth floor, Jayhawk Walk, Lawrence, Kansas

The University of Kansas Natural History Museum will be distributing a limited number of free Science Kits (while supplies last) for their virtual Pop Up Science program – Fossil Shark Teeth on Saturday, June 19th, streaming on Facebook. Each kit will contain all the materials...

Free

Pop Up Science – Fossil Shark Teeth | VIRTUAL

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Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff on Saturday, June 19th at 10 am for a Pop-Up Science episode all about fossil shark teeth. Participants will learn how to identify fossilized shark teeth that date from about 5 to 15 million years old,...

Free

Biodiversity Camp: Welcome & Introduction to Biodiversity | VIRTUAL

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Biodiversity is the diversity of all living things, so there is a lot to explore! Join the KU Natural History Museum for free Biodiversity Summer Camp virtual programs June 21-25. Learn more about all the virtual Summer Camps here. Join museum staff in pre-recorded videos...

Free

Biodiversity Camp: ‘Ologies’ Live Zoom Session | VIRTUAL

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Zoology, herpetology, mammalogy! There are so many ‘ologies,’ but what do they mean? Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff in this live Zoom session, part of the Biodiversity Summer Camp, to explore these ‘ologies.’ Registration is required for this live session. Museum...

Free

Biodiversity Camp: Variation and Adaptation | VIRTUAL

Online

Earth is full of diverse groups of living things, and different members, or species, of these groups, can be found in many different environments. Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff for this Facebook pre-recorded video, part of the Biodiversity Summer Camp. Participants...

Free

Biodiversity Camp: Pop Quiz – Biodiversity | VIRTUAL

Online

Pop quiz! Follow along with the KU Natural History Museum staff in this pre-recorded video on Facebook for a fun biodiversity challenge. Don’t worry – the quiz won’t be graded! Follow along with the quiz using a link to a survey. If you complete the...

Free

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