Over the last 20 weeks, we’ve been able to share amazing facts, fun crafts, informative videos, and more to help bring wonder to your home. Please enjoy some of our readers’ favorite Curious By Nature episodes and more in this special month-long best-of holiday series. We’ll be kicking off a new season of Curious By Nature in January to help keep you connected to nature and science all year long.
This chilly weather has us thinking about our cold-blooded critters! So, we’re revisiting this episode of Curious By Nature to answer the question, “What’s the difference between reptiles and amphibians?” What do you know about reptiles and amphibians? How do you think the ones that live in Chicago are spending the winter?
Support for the Nature Museum is provided by Rose Pest Solutions.
Airen told us all about Biggie the snake, but did you know that we have many other snakes living at the Nature Museum? Explore this excerpt from our Supper with the Snakes programming to meet our snakes and learn more about each unique species!
Snake conservation is so important to us at the Nature Museum. Dr. Allison works closely with smooth greensnakes, and some of the snakes living at the Nature Museum were rescued after being injured in the wild. But did you know that anyone can help protect snakes? Click here to check out this excerpt from our Supper with the Snakes programming to learn about snake conservation.
Marjorie is reading “Little Green Frog” by Ginger Swift in this Story Time session! Click here to check it out. You can also download our Story Time Graphic Organizer to help guide your Story Time discussion!
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