Frost Science@Home Digital Learning Platform

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Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science Launches New Free Series Offers At-Home Education, Exploration, Activities and More








The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science has introduced a new digital platform series, Frost Science@Home, giving web visitors the opportunity to explore free educational resources, videos, DIY science activities and behind-the-scenes content. Stand-out content includes at-home family-friendly science activities, a 360° exploration of the museum’s top exhibitions and a deep dive into the world of the resident rehabilitated loggerhead turtle, Miko. The museum is also encouraging people to follow its social media channels Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for regular updates and special programming.

Highlights of Frost Science@Home include:

  • EXPLORE! Museum experts will take guests inside the museum from the comfort of their homes. The virtual tour was created as a resource to highlight the campus as a welcoming and enriching learning environment for all. Join Frost Science’s Knight VP of education, Dr. Angela Colbert, and explore each level of the museum. In addition, a 360° video captures the museum’s major exhibition spaces. Both experiences are available here.

  • Curriculum Resources: Frost Science exhibition guides, including exciting and educational activities, are available here.

  • DIY Science: Looking for activities to keep young learners and budding scientists engaged? Click here.

  • Animals at Frost Science: How does the museum care for the diverse wildlife? Frost Science’s veterinarian, Dr. Kristen Dube, has all the answers here.

  • Miko the Loggerhead: She weighs 135 lbs. and is over 20 years old. Meet Frost Science’s rehabilitated loggerhead turtle, Miko, and learn more about this amazing species of sea turtles here.

  • Sharks, oh my! There are over 400 species of sharks in the world. Sounds like a lot? Well, there’s nine different species of hammerheads alone. View the top 5 things you didn’t know about sharks here.

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