Each weekday the museum will host live classes at 9:30 a.m. MDT for kids in 4th through 7th grade.
Monday, March 30: What dinosaur did these bones come from? Part 1
Special Guest: NHMU Paleo Lab Manger, Tylor Birthisel joins at 10:30
Tuesday, March 31: What dinosaur did these bones come from? Part 2
Special Guest: NHMU Paleontology Research Associate, Dr. Mark Lowen joins at 10:30
Wednesday, April 1: What happened at Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry?
Special Guests: T.J. Ferrill, Head of Creative Spaces, Creativity,&Innovation Services, J. Willard Marriott Library and Jesse Pruitt, Idaho Virtualization Laboratory Manager join at 10:30
Thursday, April 2: What physical features helped a dinosaur survive?
Friday, April 3: Q&A with NHMU Chief Curator and Curator of Paleontology Dr. Randy Irmis
Special Guests: Roger Altizer, Co-Founder, Engineering Arts and Entertainment program and NHMU Paleontology Collections Manager, Carrie Levitt-Bussian join at 10:30
NHMU educator Tracey Collins teaching the Mysteries of Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry. Credit: NHMU
Those unable to tune in live can still catch all the lessons online following the class and they can also head to the museum’s YouTube channel for a virtual night at the museum.