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Spring 2013 Educators’ Guide Update

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Dear Educators, Welcome to the Spring 2013 Educators’ Guide Update. In this edition we highlight the spectacular exhibit, Dinosaurs Unearthed: Bigger. Better. Feathered. as well as a number of engaging programs to expand students’ knowledge of these mysterious and fascinating creatures. Also, the South Texas Heritage Center continues to be a place where you and your students can uniquely experience history through programs, demonstrations and plays presented in the Will Smith Classroom and Amphitheater. All programs and workshops in this guide are correlated to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and are facilitated by enthusiastic and knowledgeable program staff. Visit www.WitteMuseum.org then click on Learning/Just for Students/Student Programs for a complete list of TEKS and pre and post visit activities Come learn with us! Witte Programs Team

Table of Contents Why the Witte Museum?

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Planning a School Group Visit

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Student Programs at a Glance

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New at the Museum Dinosaurs Unearthed: Bigger. Better. Feathered.

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Interactive Dinosaur Student Programs for students

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Spring Break Adventure Camp : Delve into Dinos

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Grades K–12 Programs Free with Musuem Admission

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Educator Professional Development

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Educator Summer Institute

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Spring 2013 Exhibitions page 11 Permanent Exhibitions

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Coming this Fall

Back Cover

The Witte Museum’s Public Programs are supported, in part, by grants from The Will Smith Charitable Foundation, The Boeing Company, The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation, and the William Knox Holt Foundation. Scholarship support is provided by Rackspace Hosting and the Witte Society’s Fund a Field Trip Campaign. The Witte Museum also receives general operational support from the City of San Antonio Office of Cultural Affairs, the Albert and Bessie Mae Kronkosky Charitable Foundation, Bank of America Neighborhood Excellence Initiative, the Dickson-Allen Foundation, the USAA Foundation, the Bank of America Foundation, the Edouard Foundation, the CarMax Foundation and the Knight Foundation.


Why the Witte? Because it’s the only place where you and your students can: Dig for dinosaur bones, teeth and other fossils.

Try out a charro or western saddle.

Measure your own footprints against a dinosaur’s.

Convert water into energy.

Make rope out of plants.

Climb Mt. Witte, overlooking the San Antonio River.

Explore bandanas, gourds, canteens, ropes and brands.

Decipher clues left behind by prehistoric creatures.

Take a ride on the nation’s only outdoor SkyCycle™.

Handle replica dinosaur claws. Sit on a chair of nails.

For TEKS and program descriptions, visit www.WitteMuseum.org 1


Planning a School Group Visit

Reservations@WitteMuseum.org or 210.357.1910 Who qualifies for the $2.00 per person Student Group Admission Rate? • School groups: preschool through high school • Day care center groups • Professional groups or organizations (e.g., scouts, YMCA, church groups) • Homeschools (must meet minimum of people per group) What are the minimum requirements to receive the Student Group Admission Rate? • 15 people per group; no less than 13 students and 2 adults • One adult chaperone for every 10 students

When should I make a reservation? • Interactive Programs and Student Workshops must be reserved at least two weeks in advance. • Self-guided visits that do not include any fee-based programs must be reserved at least eight days in advance. What information do I need to make my reservation? • School • Address • Telephone number • Teacher/Group leader • Email address • Grade level • Number of students • Number of adult chaperones • Special needs or additional information that will help us make your visit memorable • Program choices

lease note: One adult chaperone will be admitted free with P every 10 students. Each additional adult will be charged at the student group rate. When are student programs available and how much do they cost? • Programs are available on specific days of the week. • Interactive Student Programs are 45 minutes; $1.50 per person and are presented at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. • Student Workshops are 2.5 hrs.; $2.50 per person and are presented from 9:30 a.m. – Noon.

Program Choices and Costs Self-Guided

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+1 Program

+2 Programs +3 Programs + 1 Workshop

Student/ Paying Adult

Dinosaurs Exhibit Fee

Grand Total

$2.00

+ $2.00

= $4.00

$3.50

+ $2.00

= $5.50

$5.00

+ $2.00

= $7.00

$6.50

+ $2.00

= $8.50

$4.50

+ $2.00

= $6.50

A $2 surcharge applies to the fall exhibit Dinosaurs Unearthed. Make Your Reservation Today Ask us about scholarships for your visit! Rerservations@WitteMuseum.org or 210.357.1910

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The reservation department staff is available between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. During non-business hours, please leave a message with your name and phone number. Calls will be returned as soon as possible. A voice message is not a confirmed program reservation.


Student Programs at a Glance

For TEKS and program descriptions, visit our website www.WitteMuseum.org Interactive Student Programs 45 minutes π $1.50 per student

South Texas Environmental Heritage Ecology

Science

Grades K - 12 Dignity of Work: Water Where You Want It Dignity of Work: Trail Drive! Animals in Action Dinosaur Digs Sensational Science Showcase: Solids, Liquids and Gases Grades 3 - 5 Dignity of Work: Water Where You Want It Dignity of Work: Trail Drive! Habitat Happenings Dinosaur Defenses Sensational Science Showcase: What Floats Your Boat? Sensational Science Showcase: What’s Hot, What’s Not? Grades 6 - 8 Dignity of Work: Water Where You Want It Dignity of Work: Trail Drive! Eco-Challenge Dinosaur Detectives Sensational Science Showcase: Reactions in Action Sensational Science Showcase: Fantastic Forces Grades 9 - 12 Dignity of Work: The New Deal in San Antonio Nature’s Network Sensational Science Showcase: Fantastic Forces

Student Workshops 2.5 Hrs. π $2.50 per student Grades 4 - 6 Grades 4 - 7 Grades 4 - 7 Grades 4 - 7 Grades 4 - 8 Grades 5 - 8

Roots in the River South Texas Heritage Experience Ancient Texan Technology Wild and Vivid: Stories of the People From River to Sink What’s For Dinner?

All programs at the Witte are connected to the TEKS, are learner-centered, inquiry-based and enhance classroom curriculum through hands-on activities. The Witte programs also provide multi-sensory experiences, promote cooperative learning, foster critical thinking in science, art and history, encourage creativity and invite interactions with the real thing: specimens, artifacts and works of art! Build 21st century skills and supplement STEM learning in a program at the Witte this year.

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Dinosaurs Unearthed: Bigger. Better. Feathered. February 23 – September 2, 2013 Kathleen and Curtis Gunn Gallery

THEY’RE COMING BACK...BIGGER and BETTER...THAN EVER BEFORE! Prepare yourself and your students to: ½ encounter the most extensive and comprehensive fossil collection in North America, detailed impressions of skulls, bones, eggs, coprolites, stomach contents, skin and feathers that provide clues about what dinosaurs looked like, as well as how they behaved; ½ explore skeletons that look like they’ve just been dusted off at a dig site — from small winged dinosaurs and aquatic lizards to large theropods and a 68 ft long sauropod and ½ discover feathered dinosaurs from China that have shifted popular thought and caused paleontologists to re-evaluate the appearance of dinosaurs around the world. 4


Interactive Dinosaur Programs for Students 45 minutes; fee: $1.50 per student Presented at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

All programs combine inquiry-based demonstrations, small group activities and relate the content to the student’s everyday experiences.

Grades K – 2

Dinosaur Digs

Wednesday - Friday • Maximum 30 students Students play the roles of paleontologists to dig into the distant past and discover how dinosaurs are uncovered. They will investigate what fossils and tracks can teach us about these fascinating creatures.

Grades 3 – 5

Dinosaur Defenses

Wednesday - Friday • Maximum 30 students Through inquiry and discussion, students discover the adaptations and defenses dinosaurs used to survive and what made them different from other animals. They also suggest adaptations that lead to “Designosaur,” an activity in which students create a unique dinosaur.

Grades 6 – 8

Dinosaur Detectives

Wednesday - Friday • Maximum 30 students How do you decipher the clues of prehistoric life? Students explore the science of paleontology and fossilization. Students will use classification and critical thinking skills while investigating fossils to uncover a hidden dinosaur story.

Paleo Dig! Ask about the “Unearth the Tracks” paleontology dig in the Dinosaurs Unearthed exhibit at the time of your reservation. 5


Spring Break Adventure Camp Day-long or week-long Dinosaur Adventure at the museum for children in grades 1-2 and 3-5. Monday, March 11 - Friday, March 15, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (Children may be dropped off at 8:30 a.m. and picked up by 5:30 p.m.)

Dig into Dinosaurs!

Discover feathered dinosaurs! Explore amazing tracks and the remains of other ancient creatures—just like a paleontologist! Examine “living fossils� that have been around for ages!

Monday: Deep Time

Explore the geologic history of the ancient world, when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Create your own timeline using trace fossils.

Tuesday: Dino or Dino Not?

Investigate different types of ancient creatures and learn how to use the scientific definition of what makes a dinosaur to determine if it fits the description.

Wednesday: Paleontologists at Work

Discover how paleontologist work out in the field by locating tracks and developing a likely scenario of what might have happened at that spot.

Thursday: Forever Fossils

Create your own fossils from teeth or claws to discover how dinosaurs use those defenses.

Friday: Dino-mite Discoveries

Examine new dino data to determine if dinosaurs communicated, what they may have sounded like and what evidence we have of dinosaurs with feathers. Spring Break Adventure Camp is designed for children in grades 1-2 and 3-5. Cost per week is $180 for members and $230 for non-members; cost per day is $45 for members and $55 for non-members. For more information and to make reservations call 210-357-1910.

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Grades K-12 Programs – Free with museum admission Gallery Theater – Will Smith Amphitheater at the South Texas Heritage Center Tuesday – Friday • 10 a.m. – Noon Encounter history first-hand through live 20 minute performances. For schedules and performance start times call 210.357.1910.

New! Gallery Theater play opens March 16 La Chili Queen y El Habanero

Jovita is the host of her family’s chili stand in San Antonio’s Plaza de Armas (Military Plaza) in 1889. Lupe, known as “El Habanero,” has just arrived in town and discovers the rich recipes and stories of The Chili Queens of Military Plaza. This play reveals the roots of San Antonio’s Chili Queens - women entrepreneurs who fed their community food and stories in public plazas. Written by Marisela Barrera

Vaquero y Cowboy: A Campfire Conversation Join a South Texas vaquero and a Texas-born cowboy on their journey to San Antonio. As they swap stories around a campfire, both men gain insight into each other’s values, traditions and cultures. Written by Bryce Milligan

1838: A Moment between Wars

José Francisco Ruíz and José Antonio Navarro, the only two native-born Texan signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence, meet for an afternoon’s stroll. Texas history unfolds as they reminisce about their roles in creating the Republic and the events that influenced their lives. Written by Bryce Milligan

Longhorn Connections

Lizzie works with Longhorn furniture maker Wenzel Friedrich. Listen to her stories about preparing the horns – from boiling out the bone marrow to polishing them so the artist could create his famous and sought-after furniture. Get a glimpse of 19th century Texas as she reflects about her life and her husband Stanley, a drover for the King Ranch. Written by Ida Steven

Daily Demonstrations South Texas Heritage Center Tuesday – Friday • 10 a.m. – Noon • Each program lasts approximately 20 minutes. • Ropes and Brands Explore the ways cowboys and vaqueros used ropes. Learn how to use a branding iron and change a brand with a running iron. • Chuckbox Cuisine Find out who the “Bean Wrangler” is and what he might carry in a chuckbox. • Dressing for the Job Try on some chaps, boots and hats to find out how cowboys and vaqueros protect.

History Comes to You! Bring history to life for your students through the Witte Museum’s Gallery Theater Outreach Program. For more information call 210.357.1901.

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Educator Professional Development Earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours while gaining information and resources that support classroom curriculum. Pre-payment and reservations are required: 210.357.1910 or Reservations@WitteMuseum.org. Refunds will only be provided with a two-week notice of cancellation.

Flying Wild

Saturday, February 2 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Grades 3-12 • Fee: $35 • 6 CPE Hours (includes 1 hour lunch break) Celebrate Birds Across the Curriculum! Identify what people can do to help protect birds and their habitats. Enhance your lesson plans in science, math, language arts and listen to animal communications with the Sounds of South Texas exhibit area. Receive contact information for local bird experts and conservation organizations. Flying WILD is presented in conjunction with the Council for Environment Education and Cibolo Nature Center.

Project WILD: Aquatic

Saturday, April 27 • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Grades K–12 • Fee: $35 • 6 CPE Hours (includes 1 hour lunch break) Empower your students to think critically about conservation and the environment. This popular aquatic wildlife and environment workshop provides TEKS aligned hands-on activities, games and explorations to share with students in the classroom. A teacher resource book is included. Project WILD: Aquatic is presented in collaboration with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Project WILD

Saturday, May 4 • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Grades K-12 • Fee: $35 • 6 CPE Hours Dinosaurs Unearthed (includes 1 hour lunch break) Wednesday, February 27 • 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Talk a walk on the WILD side. Teach about wildlife across Grades K-12 • 2 CPE Hours the curriculum. TEKS aligned activities are adaptable for all Explore the spring exhibition Dinosaurs Unearthed. The grade levels and are integrated with core subject curricula. evening includes school group planning materials, discussion The Project WILD Activity Guide contains over 80 lesson of the Dinosaur student programs and a visit to the plans and is provided at the completion of the workshop. exhibition. Project WILD is presented in conjunction with Texas Park and Wildlife Department

FREE Evening for Educators

Science and Environmental Ecology programs for educators are generously supported by The Boeing Company.

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The Louis A. and Frances B. Wagner Lecture Series Wednesdays • 6:30 -8:30 p.m. • 2 CPE Hours Admission is $5 for members and students; $10 for adults.

Admission to the South Texas Heritage Center and the Dinosaurs Unearthed exhibition are included. Reservations are required, call 210.357.1910

People, Passion and Perspective

Be part of an investigation into the cultures and histories of the people of South Texas.

Civil Disobedience: Emma Tenayuca and the Pecan Shellers Wednesday, January 23 Delve into the story of Emma Tenayuca, the passionate leader of the 1938 Pecan Shellers’ Strike, with her niece, Sharyll Tenayuca, a San Antonio Attorney and co-author of That’s Not Fair: Emma Tenayuca’s Struggle for Justice. No Es Justo: La Lucha de Emma Tenayuca por la Justicia. Learn how Tenayuca’s passion for justice is still an active part of South Texas culture today.

Beasts and Bones: New Dino Discoveries

Join us as expert scholars discuss the most recent discoveries from deep time. Cretaceous Coastal Creatures: New Findings from Texas Wednesday, April 10 Explore the latest discoveries from the Cretaceous Period along the coast of Texas with Derek J. Main, Ph.D.; Research Team with the Arlington Archosaur Site.

Who is Tejano? Identity in South Texas Wednesday, February 13 The term “Tejano” is a regional term for Mexican-descent Texans. Join Dr. Frank de la Teja, Supple Professor and Director, Center for the Study of the Southwest, Texas State University-San Marcos for an engaging presentation that probes into how Hispanic South Texans have struggled to find an identity that bridges their cultural roots in Mexico and the Hispanic world with the social and political realities of being Americans. Small Towns to Boomtowns Wednesday, March 6 Explore the history of boomtowns and the good, bad, and ugly impact of sudden growth and change with Roger Olien, Ph.D., author of Wildcatters: Texas Independent Oilmen, and Oil in Texas: The Gusher Age, 1895-1945. Learn about the history of water, oil, and gas resource development, how it transformed small towns into small cities overnight and what happens when the boom is over.

Sea Dragons of the Triassic Wednesday, May 8 Back by popular demand! Dan Lehrmann, Ph.D. brings us new, exquisitely preserved marine fossils from the Triassic in China and explores their relationships to our very own Cretaceous creatures here in Texas. Feathered Dinosaur Discoveries Wednesday, June 12 Discover the truth about ancient adaptations, as Dr. Julia Clark, Associate Professor and a John A. Wilson Fellow in Vertebrate Paleontology, at the University of Texas, Austin, reveals the very latest research regarding the link between ancient feathered dinosaurs and birds. 9


Educator Summer Institute

Engaging the Collection: Teaching with Primary Sources from the Witte Museum. Tuesday – Thursday, June 18–20 • 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Grades K–12 • Fee: $60 per day or $150 for all three days • 6 CPE Hours each day Reservations required, 210-357-1910 or Reservations@WitteMuseum.org Tuesday, June 18 Looking at Art, Learning to Think Join guest museum educator Sarah Adlis to explore how looking at art can help students learn to think. Inspired by The Intelligent Eye, the work of David N. Perkins from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, we will select works of art from the exhibit Texas Cactus Flowers, 1929, Dawson Dawson-Watson Oil on canvas, Witte Museum Collection Impressionism: Branding with Brushstroke and Color to develop techniques and strategies for student learning in the classroom.

Wednesday, June 19 Witte Collection at Large Join Curator of Collections Amy Fulkerson and Witte Museum educators for an eclectic look at the museum collection. Explore artifacts, specimens and works of art throughout the Witte galleries including prehistoric artifacts from the Lower Pecos to a life size specimen of Texas iconography. Create a set of observational tools for your students’ use at any site of informal learning.

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Market Plaza, 1879. Thomas Allen, Oil on Canvas Witte Museum Collection

Thursday, June 20 Teaching With Primary Sources: Using Images, Objects, and Documents to Develop Student Inquiry. Award winning author and educator Professor Emeritus Marian Martinello, Ed.D. will reconstruct research for her books on historical inquiry and a model for humanities detective work. She will share her questions, reveal the sources, and unravel the clues uncovered in 19th century primary sources from her book, The Search for a Chili Queen, reconstruct stories in documents from The Search for Pedro’s Story, and solve humanities puzzles from The Search for Emma’s Story. Teachers will use primary sources from the Witte collection to plan classroom activities for students’ historical inquiry.


Spring 2013 Exhibitions Wanderlust: From German to Texan February 2 through June 9 Piper Memorial Wing Explore the significance of artifacts in the Witte Museum’s collection such as German Texan furniture and pottery, and the works of German Texan artists that illustrate the important story of German Texans and their many lasting contributions to San Antonio and Texas.

Juan Salinas: Rodeo Roper and Horseman Through May 27

Laura and Sam Dawson Gallery in the South Texas Heritage Center Get a glimpse into the life of Juan Salinas, a south Texas cowboy and rancher wellknown for competing in rodeos as a professional from Texas to Madison Square Garden in New York City. Historical ranch and rodeo photographs including large format panoramic images, tell the story.

Art on the Texas Frontier, 1830 – 1900 Through May 27, 2013 Russell Roger Art Gallery in the South Texas Heritage Center View Texas through the eyes of Texas artists from the 19th century.

Threads of South America: 2,000 Years of Textiles Through March 2013 Betty Coates Textile Gallery Examine textiles from Peru, Chile, Bolivia, and Ecuador, including early fishing nets, elaborate tapestries, and costumes. This exhibit will also feature three dimensional artifacts that provide a cultural context for the textiles.

Patriotism and Pageantry: Fiesta Honors the Military April 18 through August 18 Betty Coates Textile Gallery This year’s exhibit pays homage to the military, who has played a vital role in Fiesta since the first Battle of Flowers Parade in 1891. From 1909 through the 1970s the Order of the Alamo invited the daughters of military officers to participate in the coronation as Duchesses of the Armed Forces. The themes of the duchess’ gowns and trains often celebrated patriotic or military themes. The Witte Museum’s annual Fiesta exhibition features robes celebrating patriotic themes.

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Permanent Exhibitions A Wild and Vivid Land: Stories of South Texas, takes its home in the South Texas Heritage Center. This exhibition blends artifacts, the latest museum technology and real-life stories to trace the legendary history of San Antonio and South Texas. Step back in time through galleries dedicated to ranching and farming, the Main Plaza in the 1840s, the oil and gas industry, horse culture and life along the border.

Texas Wild: Ecology Illustrated

Take an in-depth look at the Texas environment. Sit quietly and listen to the Sounds of South Texas, night and day. Explore the individual regions of the state and learn about water in the Edwards Aquifer Authority Simulation Theater. Don’t miss Animals Alive!live!

WaterWorks & Little Treehouse

WaterWorks, located just outside the H-E-B Science Treehouse, explores ways to move and divert water, one of the most important resources in South Texas. The Little Treehouse, crafted by artist Carlos Cortez, looks like a real tree, but is it? Look closely! Use the viewfinder to check out the animals and plants living in and around the San Antonio River.

Dinosaur Gallery

Paleontologists use fossils like those in the Dinosaur Gallery to find out more about dinosaurs. In this gallery students can touch pre-history as they inspect a petrified conifer from the early Cretaceous period. You won’t want to miss answering these questions at two interactives: What makes a T-Rex tooth perfect for a carnivore? How are fossils clues to ancient life?

Ancient Texans: Rock Art & Lifeways Along the Lower Pecos

River Alive!

Get your hands wet while exploring the aquatic life of the San Antonio River at the River Alive! touch tank, a selfguided permanent investigation station. Find out about the invertebrates that call the river home and why water quality is important to our health and the health of the river.

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This exhibition tells the story of the people who lived in West Texas along the Pecos River thousands of years ago. Students explore how modern archaeologists learned about this hunting and gathering society through the tools and objects they left behind.


H-E-B Science Treehouse

The H-E-B Science Treehouse provides four floors of hands-on science explorations for all ages. Explore it from Rooftop to Underground. Lift off in the Air Power section on the first floor. Sponsored by The Boeing Company, exhibits include Bernoulli’s Bench and Air Rockets that demonstrate air power in action. On the second floor find out how a meteorologist reports the weather in the KENS5 Weather Station and learn more about the San Antonio River and the dangers of flooding. Go below to the CPS Energy Underground. Check out the renewable energy exhibits featuring water, wind and solar power. The Transformation of the H-E-B Science Treehouse continues into the H-E-B Body Adventure - a powerful experience in health and wellness inspiring a balanced life!

You have already experienced the arrival of Move It! A Game of Action, Mt Witte and the outdoor vegetables, herbs and medicinal plants gardens. Track the progress of our gardens on the “What’s on the Menu?” board. Experience the exercise benefits of the Tai Chi Spinner and don’t miss the snack machines offering tasty and healthy snacks!

The H-E-B Body Adventure is generously supported by H-E-B, the Baptist Health Foundation, Saint Susie Charitable Foundation, Aetna, and Witte Museum members. Educational programs for the H-E-B Body Adventure are generously supported by the Genevieve and Ward Orsinger Foundation and a grant from the Beulah M. and Felix J. Katz Memorial Trust, Dan and Gloria Oppenheimer Fund and Valley View Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. The H-E-B Body Adventure is made possible through collaborative partnerships with H-E-B, the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio Metropolitan Health District, YMCA of Greater San Antonio, the Culinary Institute of America, the San Antonio Botanical Garden, The Synergy Studio, and the Pearl Farmer’s Market. Mt. Witte is generously supported by Aetna and H-E-B as a part of the H-E-B Body Adventure transformation.

Health Demonstrations in the H-E-B Science Treehouse Underground

All grade levels • FREE with museum admission Tuesday – Friday • 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. • Each programs lasts approximately 20 minutes. Explore principles of health and wellness with The Digestion Question and Bare Bones. Look for new demonstration carts in the gardens!

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Coming this Fall! CSI: The Experience September 28, 2013 – February 2, 2014 Become immersed in this hands-on exhibit to gather information from and investigate crime scenes using modern forensic techniques that will fascinate and inform how science is changing the landscape of crime solving. Explore the significance of forensic entomology, toxicology, DNA identification and much more to gain a better understanding of how the forensic sciences continue to evolve into an invaluable tool for crime scene investigation. Students will: · test their powers of observation, · solve logistical riddles, · match handwriting samples, and · become reliable eye-witnesses. Join us for the intrigue, mystery and science!

Two Great Deals for Teachers! • FREE general admission for teachers when they bring their students to visit the Witte Museum. (For prescheduled student group visits of 15 or more, one adult is admitted free with every 10 students. Extra adults pay the regular student group rate). • FREE Tuesdays! The Witte Museum is open and FREE to the public from 3 – 8 p.m. every Tuesday. It’s a great time to preview exhibitions before bringing your class on a visit to the museum. Free Tuesdays are generously supported by Bolner’s Fiesta Products, Inc. and Macy’s

What are you doing this Summer? Take the Witte Museum experience home and to the classroom! 10% off all museum store purchases for teachers everyday with a valid teacher I.D.

We are looking for educators interested in teaching Summer Adventure Camp

July 8-12, 15-19, 22-26 and 29-August 2 For more information email Shenna Hayden at ShennaHayden@WitteMuseum.org

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