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    1. The State Museum, State Library and State Archives are temporarily Closed.

      Educational Resources

      For all of the educators, caregivers, and students looking for engaging and educational activities to do right from home, look no further! This portal brings together many of the museum’s resources, including links to our virtual “Fieldtrips,” digital collections, online resources, and fun activities for kids based on the museum’s research and collections. Content on this page will be updated often, so be sure to check back for new information and activities!

      VIRTUAL PROGRAMS

      Teacher Activity

      Teacher Guides & Activities for Students

      Find lesson plans for activities about Fort Orange and Women's Suffrage, as well as other educational links and resources, all available from our main NYSM education page.

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      New York State COVID-19 Documentation Initiative

      The New York State COVID-19 Documentation Initiative coordinates?the documentation of the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

      NYSED Statement on Museum Deaccessioning

      The New York State Board of Regents (“the Regents”) charters museums in New York State as educational corporations and has governing authority over these incorporated organizations. Orgranizations with questions?regarding deaccession regulations can review this document or contact?Chartering.

       

      NYSM Collections

      The NYSM houses millions of objects, artifacts, fossils, and documents within separate collections. Learn more about each of the collections below:

      ARCHAEOLOGY

      BIOLOGY » GEOLOGY

      » HISTORY

      » NATIVE AMERICAN ETHNOGRAPHY

      PALEONTOLOGY

      NYSM VIDEOS

      Featured Fall Program: Story Art - Wild Turkey Facts and Crafts

      Enjoy a story,?learn all about turkeys, and create your own gobbletastic craft with one of the Museum Education staff members!?

      View all past Online Programs from?the NYSM here: www.youtube.com/nysmuseum

      NYS History Month

      In celebration of New York State History Month in October, the NYSM opened its doors for a behind-the-scenes look at some the more unique objects housed in the History Collections!?

      Treasures from the NYSM's Collections
      Oddities of the NYSM Storage Facility
      Going for a Ride in FDR’s 1932 Packard

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      Tour the NYS Education Building in 360 Degrees!

      Join NYSM Educators as they take you on 360 degree tours of the New York State Education Building! From the Rotunda and Regents Room?to the replica Liberty Bell, learn all about the history and architecture of this historic state building.?

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      Around the Museum in a Minute

      It takes just 60 seconds to learn about?Mary Elizabeth Banning’s stunning watercolors?from the manuscript, “The Fungi of Maryland.”

      Visit the NYSM YouTube Channel for more 60-second spotlights: www.youtube.com/nysmuseum

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      Museum Moments

      The New York State Museum invites you inside its research labs, into the collections, behind the scenes of exhibitions, and to explore other aspects of its work. (NYSM on YouTube)

      EDUCATOR RESOURCES

      Henry DiSpirito, Refugees (Mother and Child), c. 1953

      DiSpirito Educational Guides & Curator Presentation

      Learn more about the sculptor Henry DiSpirito and his experiences both as an artist and as an immigrant to the United States through two recently added Educator Guides and a video presentation by NYSM Historian?Ashley Hopkins-Benton.

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      Chemistry Day Video Demonstrations

      Watch chemists from around the region demonstrate a variety of experiments and explain the chemistry behind them!

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      FUN ACTIVITIES

      Bears and Fall Wreaths
      Making Mammoths & Mastodons
      Rosettes & Ribbon Pins
      Paper Porcupines!

      "Home" Work!

      These themed activities are perfect for educators, caregivers, and students looking for fun ways to stayed engaged at home.

      Photo of man in rowboat

      Photographing the Adirondacks

      Learn about famed photographer, Seneca Ray Stoddard, and then?make your own pinhole “camera” viewer!

      Half Moon

      Maritime Fun and the Half Moon!

      Learn more about the journey of the Half Moon (de Halve Maen) and what life was like for the sailors aboard. Introduce your kids to basic nautical vocabulary with games and activities! Have students

      Eurypterid

      Fun with Fossils

      Learn about the New York State Museum's fossil collections and then make your own fossil egg!

      Color lithograph of Erie Canal 1829

      Erie Canal

      The Erie Canal was built using the science of simple machines. Learn more about New York State's great canal and then make your own simple machine!

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      Minerals Rock!

      Have your kids learn about minerals from New York and then grow their own crystal structure!

      Empire State Plaza planning sketch

      Fun with Architecture

      Enjoy these architecturally-focused activities!

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      Whale-tastic Activities

      Learn about the NYSM right whale and do an experiment with blubber!

      COMMUNITY

      Connect with PBS!

      Resources for Young Children on Race, Racism, and more:
      https://www.wxxi.org/education/resources-young-children-race-racism

      Explore films and new specials focused on race:
      https://www.pbs.org/articles/2020/06/racism-in-america/

      Teachers! Check out these free standards-aligned videos, interactives, and lesson plans:
      https://ny.pbslearningmedia.org/

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      Talking About Race

      Starting a conversation about race can be difficult. The?Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture?created the online portal "Talking about Race" with tools for individuals, caregivers, and educators. We hope these resources can continue the dialogue.
      https://nmaahc.si.edu/learn/talking-about-race

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