"Why stay we on earth unless to grow?"
- Idaho educator Kate Baker Curley (1850-1903)
BOOK A GROUP
Booking a group visit to the MOI is easier than ever! Simply pick a day and time and fill out the form. Then, a scheduling coordinator will contact you to smooth out the details and ensure you have the resources and information you need.
You can find pre-visit, post-visit, and during your visit activities in this guide for younger students. Activities are easily adaptable for many learning abilities and are aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards. Click HERE to view.
You can find pre-visit, post-visit, and during your visit activities in this guide for older students. Activities are easily adaptable for many learning abilities and are aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards. Click HERE to view.
Mix art and paleontology with these printable dinosaur origami sheets! Click HERE to view.
Design a moving dinosaur with this lesson from LEGO education. Click HERE to view.
Build a robot with this simple lesson. Design it into a dinosaur robot for extra Dinosaurs in Motion fun! Click HERE to view.
Bring learning to life in your own classroom!
- Space: Explore SPACE with hands-on materials and lessons from the NISE network's Explore Earth and Space Toolkit.
- Adaptations: Explore the ways that animals and plants adapt to Idaho's environment through hands-on games and lessons.
- GPS & Compass: Explore GPS and Compass technology through hands-on lessons with our set of 10, easy to use Garmin etrex devices and our set of 10, Coghlan's Deluxe Map Compasses.
- Conservation: Explore the importance of animal, plant, and environmental conservation through hands-on materials.
- Idaho Falls History: Explore Idaho Falls History through historic photographs, science experiments, and more!
- DIY: The Museum of Idaho has a large collection of skulls, shells, and fossils for educational use. Design your own discovery trunk with these materials!