Visit the Children’s Natural History Museum afterschool and
learn about the Museum’s different exhibit halls through science
lectures, hands on activities, and get to know the behind the scenes of each
Pay at the door.
Register online for a free reminder (optional).
Please note: New Instructor: James B. Link. Come meet
him at the next session. Themes have changed. For more information contact: 510-790-6284 Fax: (510) 790-6089
If you have any
problems call 790-6284 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Early Man Exhibit:
Arrowheads and Local Native American Peoples
“Growing Up Ohlone,” and the Early Man Exhibit.
Explore the tools, foods, and stories of the ancient local native
peoples. Receive an obsidian arrowhead to carve an elderberry
Gordon Fossil Hall:
Large Mammals of the Cenozoic
13 Jr. Paleontologists, explore the age of mammals.
Share in the story of Mammoth Mary, and see real fossils of large
mammals that once lived in California.
Make a cast of
one of the animals that roamed Fremont.
These molds are exact replica of ones in museum.
Nature Hall: Skulls
May 29 Learn
about how to identify different parts of skulls that are on display
in the Nature Hall. You
will learn about mandibles and jaws… and even put together a
prehistoric skull that you keep.
Rocks and Minerals in
the Rock Cycle
Tuesday, April 8
Introduction to rocks and minerals, featuring Ricky
the Rapping Rock. Come learn about the rock cycle and begin your own rock