At Frost Science, science education is always at the forefront of our thinking. Our commitment to providing free educational resources and sharing the power of science with our community is stronger than ever. Through this new Frost Science@Home digital platform learning series, we will be sharing a curated array of resources, videos, DIY science activities and more to help keep you engaged. The page will continue to stay updated with new information. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram where we’ll be posting regular updates and behind-the-scenes content. Please share it with your family and friends, and tag us at #FrostScienceAtHome

Skeleton of prehistoric flying reptile.

Curriculum Resources

Explore free standards-aligned curriculum resources and Frost Science exhibition guides, including exciting and educational activities.

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DIY Science Toolkits

Activities to keep young scientists and early learners engaged, including DIY science and distance learning resources.

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Guests view the Gulf Stream Aquarium through the Oculus.

Live Cam and Webinars

Sit back and watch our livestream cam of the Gulf Stream exhibit, along with a schedule of curated science lectures and live webinars.

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Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of Frost Science and use a 360° video technology to explore our major exhibition spaces.

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News & Behind-the-Scenes

All the buzz and museum news, including additional learning resources, interviews, photos and more.

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Science Videos

Get a dose of inspiration with a series of videos featuring local experts and scientists on interesting and relevant science topics.

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During our temporary closure due to COVID-19 we lost admission and event revenue that we so heavily rely on. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help offset the cost of animal care and virtual programming during this difficult time. All donations, however small, will have an immediate impact.

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For questions on different ways to support Frost Science, please contact advancement@frostscience.org