Most* Libraries are now open. Hours have changed. See temporary hours here.
*Ernie Pyle and Alamosa remain closed temporarily.
Holds may be picked up and materials may be checked out and returned.
Computers and seating are temporarily not available. Please make your visit brief.
We encourage everyone who can to stay home and use our online digital resources.

Teacher & Educator Resources

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New Mexico Art Museum - Focus on PhotographyCelebrating the key role that photography has played in shaping New Mexico history and culture, the New Mexico Museum of Art presents Focus on Photography, a series of photography exhibitions over the course of one year.

 

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Sandia Mountain Natural History Center - ECOnnectionsStudents will understand various connections in the ecosystem such as parasitism, plants as shelter for animals, pollination, and that ecosystems are more than just food chains. This activity also addresses vocabulary and grammar.

 

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International Folk Art Museum - Papel PicadoPapel picado literally means ‘punched’ or ‘perforated’ paper. This traditional cut paper folk art is found throughout Mexico and the former colonies of Spain as well as in the folk traditions of many other countries. In Mexico the art has reached a pinnacle of expression and is present at every major holiday in the form of brightly colored strings of cut tissue paper banners strung under the portals of homes and across the narrow streets of colonial villages.

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