Students can become city planners, construction workers, and engineers and gain perspective on the buildings, places, and structures around them during the Museum’s hands-on school programs, which meet national standards of learning. Pre-K through 9th grade programs available; for full program descriptions and registration, visit http://go.nbm.org/SchoolVisits.
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