Join us April 21 for two programs: a "Smithsonian Science How" virtual field trip to the National Zoo to meet and learn about sea lions, and an "After Hours" evening program, "A Passion for the Planet: Art and Science in Concert."
This month we're hosting a series of webinars exploring themes of urban nature, pollinators, biodiversity, and Earth optimism. There will be programs for students, families, and adults.
We are offering live, online video Digital School Programs aligned with standards for Grades K-12.
The content of our exhibition, "Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World," is now available online. Read and explore to gain some context for the current pandemic we are confronting.
These videos feature Smithsonian experts and are aligned with national standards. There are 52 shows about topics in Earth Science, Life Science, Paleontology, and Social Studies.
Featuring more than 200 options, our collection includes science worksheets, videos, and literacy resources.
Practice your science skills: See how comparing collection specimens can lead to new discoveries. Check out our new collection, "How to Read a Mammal Skull."
Investigate biodiversity just outside your home! Get instructions to do this biology project with materials you have at home.
Resources for Educators
See all the digital education resources from Smithsonian, including Learning Lab, resources for District of Columbia Public Schools, national resources, and more.