bearpaw-logo-with-textMuseumMobile is the Cable Natural History Museum’s outreach program teaching the science of nature. We offer these science and environmental education opportunities in classrooms throughout northwestern Wisconsin. Each program explores science and environmental education through experiments, sensory awareness activities, games, animal pelts, skulls, and more.

At participating schools, Museum Naturalists visit each classroom in grades K-6 (or K-5, depending on the middle school separation) three times a year. Each program is 30-45 minutes long. The programs are designed to incorporate the DPI’s Environmental Education Curriculum Planning Guidelines and are also aligned with Wisconsin Academic Standards for Science and Environmental Education.

MuseumMobile programs vary by season. Please check out the links below to see the exciting programs offered in Fall, Winter and Spring.

 

 

MuseumMobile Educator Jane Weber awes fourth graders with the amazing adaptations of owls.

MuseumMobile Educator Jane Weber impresses fourth graders with the amazing adaptations of owls.

 

Naturalist/Education Director Emily Stone engages fifth graders in a discussion about energy.

Naturalist/Education Director Emily Stone engages fifth graders in a discussion about energy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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