Museum education program

Museum educators make museums more valuable to the public. They prepare resources to explain the exhibits in the museum's collection, then revive them and make them more relevant to modern people. They provide an environment for the audience to learn a particular content informally, so that people can do their own research and learn something new instead of listening to a lecture from someone. Museum educators guide them.

The Museum of Natural History education and community programs include the following main activities. The museum's educational program is designed for the following groups in the form of classroom and non-classroom teaching methods based on the organization's funds, exhibits, and collections.

  • Minors / Preschool /
  • High school students
  • Student
  • Adults
  • People with disabilities

Egg program

The museum's “Eggs” program will help preschoolers develop their uniqueness, skills, and creativity through the basics of lifelong learning. to provide a simplified understanding of the science being studied, to continuously organize knowledge-based creative activities, to cultivate a sense of pride and love for the country's natural history and cultural heritage.

Little paleontologist

Every child is fascinated by the idea of how, how, and by whom people study ancient animals. Of course, the most interesting thing about their little brains is the dinosaur. Every child is very interested in how the dinosaur lived. From now on, every child will be able to learn about dinosaurs on their own by participating in the Little Paleontology program.