Harvard Museum of Natural History and Center for Families Virtual Family Event!
Join Museum Educator Javier Marin from the Harvard Museum of Natural History as we explore the relationships between living things and the places they live!
11am – 11:45am
Ages 3 to 10.
Grades Toddler, Junior Kindergarten, and 1st grade through 4th grade.
- Specific dates
All families must register for this event. To register, email Cynthia at email@example.com.
- Only virtual (online or over the phone).
During this live Zoom session, learn about how animals, plants and their environments are connected. Get up close and personal with a Madagascan hissing cockroach and meet their beneficial hitchhikers—the mites. Find out what special tools tarantulas and geckos use to survive in the rainforest, desert, and other biomes as we investigate the incredible diversity of our natural world. For Cambridge families with children 3-8 years old, siblings welcome! All families must register for this event.