All Systems Earth 2017

Tuesday April 18th - Saturday April 22nd

Celebrate Earth Week by learning about the world around you! Check out hands-on activities to learn about topics such as pollination, decomposition, geology, and weather. Discovery how new energy sources can change our planet, and learn how you can help protect the environment.

Here are just a few of the experiences planned:

Wild Weather: Learn about cloud formation and static electricity.

Pollinators and Decomposers: Learn about the smallest of creatures that have the biggest of jobs.

Recycling: Get hands-on to learn how you can help protect our environment.

Rocks and Fossils: Get up close with specimens from the museum's collection to learn more about the rock cycle and how fossils are made.

All Systems Earth Activities will be offered on the Following Days
  • April 18th – 10 am –2pm

  • April 19th – 10 am – 2pm

  • April 20th – 10 am – 4 pm (Homeschool Afternoon 1:30-4)

  • April 21st – 10 am – 2 pm

  • April 22nd – 10 am – 4 pm


All Systems Earth Homeschool Afternoon

April 20th from 1:30pm - 4pm

Here are just a few of the experiences planned:

Operation Oil Spill Clean-up: Learn how scientists clean up oil spills and help save wildlife.

DIY Seedling Pods: Use recycled materials to make your own seedling pod to take home.

 


 

EXTREME WEATHER! During All Systems Earth

April 22nd from 10am-4pm

Join researchers from TCU, UTA, UNT, and TWU, along with NOAA meteorologist, Professor Weather,  to learn more about awareness, preparation, and communication for extreme weather in North Texas.


Fun Fact

Peter D. Parks was awarded the Gordon E. Sawyer Award at the 2003 Academy Awards for his work on Bugs! A Rainforest Adventure.

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