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May Educator How-To: Make a Roman Mosaic
April 21, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

Mosaics were common features, in both public spaces and private homes, in ancient Rome. Mosaics are beautiful, but also historically important. Mosaics provide a visual record, detailing everyday life, by depicting items such as food, dress, pets, and people. This common art form provides a looking glass into the past. The mosaic below depicts several […]

Educator How-To: Make a Balancing Dipsy!
February 18, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

For those of you who have been going to HMNS for years, you may have noticed that we’ve been missing a rather large lady from our Hall of Paleontology. Our Diplodocus, “Dipsy”, was Houston’s first dinosaur unveiled in 1975 and she was de-installed in September 2013. This was her first trip from home for a […]

Educator How-To: We’re batty for ornithopters
January 10, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

Bats have frightened, awed, and inspired for millennia. Leonardo da Vinci used the bat’s amazing wing structure as inspiration for his version of the ornithopter — a machine which flies using flapping bird-like wings. No one knows for sure if he ever built or tested his invention, but Cardanus, a contemporary of Leonardo wrote that […]

Dead Man’s Party – Dia de los Muertos
October 30, 2009 · 1 Comment

Halloween is this Saturday and everyone is scrambling to put together their costumes and figuring out what parties to go to Friday and Saturday. But what are your plans for Dia de los Muertos on November 2nd!? The education department here at HMNS offered an encore event to last year’s very popular Dia de los Muertos Educator Overnight and […]



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