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Teacher & Educator Resources

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New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science - Energy in Bosque EcosystemsStudents follow the path of energy through the bosque ecosystem. In either a small group presentation or as a poster, teams of students use appropriate vocabulary to illustrate energy gained and lost through a short food chain, from a plant to an herbivore to a carnivore.

 

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National Museum of Nuclear Science & History - "Doctor Atomic" TrailAfter enduring a long train ride, many Manhattan Project participants arrived at Lamy, New Mexico tired and bewildered. The Lamy train station, built in 1909, appeared to be in the middle of nowhere. This program contains information about some of the key Manhattan Project sites in NM and the individuals who worked there.

 

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International Folk Art Museum - Flamenco, CastanetsFlamenco is a folkloric dance that was handed down from generation to generation. Flamenco is supposed to be the outward expression of one’s innermost emotions. It was originally performed within families or tight-knit communities. Castanets, small percussion instruments, were used in the 18th century regional folkloric dances and today they are used by Hispano Rock bands.

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