Students use a quill pen, inkwell, slate and a slate pencil in this examination of writing in a 19th century Canadian school.
Students explore the distinctive designs of ceremonial and everyday objects traditionally made by the people of the Northwest Coast.
Students examine artistic objects from Inuit culture to learn how these objects were made, and how they reflect traditional life in the North.
Students explore the structure and appearance of bird eggs. Through a selection of bird egg specimens and models, students examine areas such as the laying, incubation and hatching of eggs.
Using a variety of specimens, students examine how adaptations to environment and modes of locomotion can be revealed in bone appearance and structure.
Through a series of hands-on activities, students examine how bones can be altered through weathering, permineralization and burial.
Engage your students in ancient Chinese culture and the fascinating arts produced by its people.
Using a stylus and a plasticine tablet, students are introduced to ancient Mesopotamian writing.
Explore and discover the amazing fossilized remains of the largest animals to ever walk the Earth – dinosaurs!