Here you can search and browse the online Natural Europe educational collections! Explore educational activities that take place within the Natural History museums or outside in the field, designed by the Natural History Museums' educators and by science teachers.
Mediterranean Basin Endemic Species
This cross collection pathway is addressed to families and aims to offer knowledge on different subjects: Mediterranean Basin Biodiversity and its importance as an “Biodiversity Hotspot”;Endemic species from Greece and Portugal; Economic relevance; Biodiversity conservation
Museum: Lisbon Natural History Museum
The subject of the lecture is trees. Lecture is suitable for introducing a new subject and reviewing. Children are taught how to identify trees with the help of distinguishing characteristics, and more information about trees and their usage is given. Lecture consists of three parts: introductive part, fieldtrip to the park near the museum (Tornide väljak) and follow-up at school.
Museum: Estonian Natural History Museum
The environment around us integrates different ecosystems. Towns, villages, reservoirs, dams, manmade forests are examples of altered/artificial ecosystems, while a natural lake, a shrubland, a forest, a desert, a river, a coast or the sea are natural ecosystems
Museum: Natural History Museum of Crete