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Second Grade

Second grade school programs at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Second Grade School Programs at the Museum

Observing Animals

Approximately 60 minutes

Students use mammal specimens and games to develop wildlife observation skills, followed by a discussion about the importance of field observation for scientists and artists. They also look at the tools artists use to record field observations.

Wildlife in Winter

Approximately 60 minutes

Students look at paintings and learn how animals use migration, adaptation, and hibernation to survive in the winter.

For more information, please contact:

Lisa Simmons
Associate Curator of Education and Outreach
(307) 732-5435

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