In this virtual camp, young paleontologists uncover the past from the Paleozoic Era to the Ice Age, discovering the diversity of plants and animals from tiny trilobites to mega mastodons. Each day, there will be an hour of virtual instruction and engagement with a museum educator. Additional resources such as extra videos to learn from; at-home crafts such as creating a dinosaur; and activities such as cookie excavation will be sent to each camper.
This camp is a virtual camp, a Zoom invite will be sent for virtual instruction.
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